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Salem Witch Trials

Salem Witch Trials Best Read || [Michael Martin] - Salem Witch Trials, Salem Witch Trials In the small hamlet of Salem Massachusetts was overrun with fear as accusations of witchcraft were rampant Presented as a graphic novel this book for younger readers sensitively explains the

  • Title: Salem Witch Trials
  • Author: Michael Martin
  • ISBN: 9780736838474
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Hardcover

Salem Witch Trials Best Read || [Michael Martin], Salem Witch Trials, Michael Martin, Salem Witch Trials In the small hamlet of Salem Massachusetts was overrun with fear as accusations of witchcraft were rampant Presented as a graphic novel this book for younger readers sensitively explains these events in Puritan New England Full color Salem Witch Trials Best Read || [Michael Martin] - Salem Witch Trials, Salem Witch Trials In the small hamlet of Salem Massachusetts was overrun with fear as accusations of witchcraft were rampant Presented as a graphic novel this book for younger readers sensitively explains the Salem Witch Trials Documentary Archive The Salem Witch Museum History, Education, Self Guided Understanding the Salem Witch Trials NEH Edsitement Colonial America for Kids Salem Witch Trials Ducksters History Of Salem, MA Salem Historical Timeline Witch Trials Memorial Salem Witch Museum Movies Shows Inspired By The Salem Witch Trials ScreenRant Salem Famous Trials Timeline of the Salem Witch Trials

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  1. This book is about the Witch Trials in Salem, MA It starts at the beginning with the girls who were having fits The town decided it was the work of the devil and witchcraft More and people were accused and eventually hanged It ends with people finally realizing that maybe the girls were just acting and so many people had been wrongfully put to death and they decided to stop the witch trials.The artwork is in full color, and the foreground is detailed The background is plain There are usually 2 [...]


  2. This should be a good book to read as a child, to learn about the Salem Witch Trials I learned about it as a kid in history class, and I did not have a book like this to put things into a better perspective I would not recommend this book to a child at too young of an age because they might be scared of witchcraft and the hangings The graphics in this book were great and really created a comic book feeling to the read I think the drawings in this book make the story come to life to the young r [...]


  3. A very unimpressive journey through The Salem Witch Trials in graphic novel form, this book says that 13 people got hung as witches, just because 2 bratty girls said that their spirit was hurting them By the end of the book, all you are left with is a bad taste in your mouth and a hope that these bratty girls ended up getting hung as well Sadly, nothing happens to the girls And, only one of the girls even plays at apologizing I was VERY DISAPPOINTED in this.


  4. A very well done graphic novel on a sensitive subject The story is easy to understand through the dialogue and thought bubbles, with the occasional brief explanation box at the bottom of a page An infuriating story of herd mentality and fame.


  5. This book describes the Salem Witch Craft events in the form of a comic book, which would be engaging for young students Great for a US history lesson on Puritan history and the Salem Witch Craft events 4th 5th grade appropriate.



  6. A terrible disappointment The art work wasn t bad but the text was insulting What happened in Salem and many surrounding towns during the late 1600s was a drama virtually unparalleled in American history So much injustice should never be glossed over It s as if this graphic novel were written for a four year old.


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