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    Free read Witches Author Rosalyn Schanzer Rosalyn Schanzer â 2 Characters [Witches Author Rosalyn Schanzer] EBOOK / KINDLE It might be strange but the first thing that struck me about Witches once I had my hands on it was the size and shape I've read a fair few of National Geographic's YA and middle grade nonfiction and they tend to be large with gorgeous glossy covers Schanzer's book is going an entirely different route It's small even smaller than an average paperback and the cover is a black and white engraving like illustration And it looks really really

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    [Witches Author Rosalyn Schanzer] EBOOK / KINDLE 35 out of 5Since I knew absolutely nothing about the Salem witch trials before Schanzer's Witches was a great introduction to the subject short engaging and beautifully illustrated gorgeous black and white with a sprinkle of red scratchboard illustrations are done by the author Witches is well researched as evident from the back matter consi

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    [Witches Author Rosalyn Schanzer] EBOOK / KINDLE Religion kills And tortures innocent people May it be in Salem witches or in Ira boom splashes of blood or in Philippines 333 years of slavery anyone? it does It would be stupid of you to deny that

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    Free read Witches Author Rosalyn Schanzer Read & download ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free â Rosalyn Schanzer Rosalyn Schanzer â 2 Characters In 1692 in the village of Salem Massachusetts two girls have fallen ill Their bodies contort and they are speaking in a strange tongue The diagnoses Bewitched The story of the Salem witch trials began with the accusation of three women and soon any and everyone was being accused In the end the witch hunts affected many killing over

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    [Witches Author Rosalyn Schanzer] EBOOK / KINDLE While I've heard of the Salem Witch Trials I'm still shocked by how much local politics and petty jealousies played into the accusations Compelling and well researched Stunning design with black red and white scratch board

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    [Witches Author Rosalyn Schanzer] EBOOK / KINDLE We sell this in the gift shop of one of the historic sites I work at and I've had my eye on it for a while since witches and history and #spookyaesthetics are My Thing I finally got my hands on a copy after ages and ages a

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    [Witches Author Rosalyn Schanzer] EBOOK / KINDLE Suggested Grade Levels Middle School to High SchoolGenre Informational Chapter BookHistorical Topic Salem Witch TrialsThemes Conformity and ScapegoatingAwards Many awards but most notable are Robert F Sibert Inf

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    Read & download ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free â Rosalyn Schanzer [Witches Author Rosalyn Schanzer] EBOOK / KINDLE In the interest of full disclosure what drew me to Witches was its fascinating cover art and illustrations throughout The cover lures its audience in with a black white and red rendition of a split persona that of the white sweet inn

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    Rosalyn Schanzer â 2 Characters [Witches Author Rosalyn Schanzer] EBOOK / KINDLE Puritans be whackPerfect little stylized book Small sized coolcreepy woodcut illustrations great use of black white and red brief etc

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Review ½ Witches Author Rosalyn Schanzer Ê PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read & download ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free â Rosalyn Schanzer Eting true story of the victims accused witches crooked officials and mass hysteria that turned a mysterious illness affecting two children into a witch hunt that took over a dozen people’s lives and ruined hundreds unfolds in chilling novelistic detail complete with stylized black white and red scratchboard illustrations of young girls having wild fits in the courtroom witches flying overhead and the Devil and his servants terrorizing the Puritans in this young adult book by award winning author and illustrator Rosalyn Schanzer  Taught in middle an. In 1692 in the village of Salem Massachusetts two girls have fallen ill Their bodies contort and they are speaking in a strange tongue The diagnoses Bewitched The story of the Salem witch trials began with the accusation of three women and soon any and everyone was being accused In the end the witch hunts affected many killing over a dozen and ruining the lives of countless others One of the accused was sentenced to jail with her infant child in tow The black white and red artwork adds a menacing visual to the dark twists and turns of this episode in our country s history The language is simple enough so that the book can be understood for tweens and young adults The author intends to show the horror and dread of the trials but tone of the book displays the ignorance of the time and presents the accusers as mindless fools Many would act out terrors in court such as crying out in pain if the accused moved or bit their lip Notes from the actual trials are throughout the book and are italicized for clarity which gives a voice to those poor unfortunate individuals being uestioned Reading can become overwhelming especially when there are so many names given at once One page contains at least eight different names in one paragraph and the change in characters are not mentioned in the subtitle heading The author poses uestions than answers throughout the book It is a short read and ideal for reluctant readers who would prefer nonfiction If you are looking for a book that gives a broader look at this subject Milton Meltzer s Witches And Witch Hunts is a great selection

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Review ½ Witches Author Rosalyn Schanzer Ê PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read & download ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free â Rosalyn Schanzer D high schools around the US the 17th century saga remains hauntingly resonant as people struggle even today with the urgent need to find someone to blame for their misfortunes  Witches has been honored with many prestigious awards including Robert F Sibert Informational Book Honor Book2012 Notable Children's Books ALSCNCSS Notable Social Studies Trade Books in the Field of Social Studies 2012School Library Journal Best Books of 2011SLJ’s 100 Magnificent Children’s Books of 2011Chicago Public Library Best of the Best 2011From the Hardcover editio. We sell this in the gift shop of one of the historic sites I work at and I ve had my eye on it for a while since witches and history and spookyaesthetics are My Thing I finally got my hands on a copy after ages and ages and I m so pleased to say that I really liked this bookThe illustrations are lovely but I actually really surprisingly enjoyed the text of this book than the illustrations This is a non fiction book for youth a genre that I ve read surprisingly little of and I wasn t sure I d like the text much I was wrong I loved it To compare I read Stacy Schiff s The Witches late last year and I think I left that book without really having learned anything Schiff was too thorough and tried to go into detail on too many people and as a result I couldn t keep up with who was who and why their story was important Schanzer on the other hand summarizes beautifully She captured the whole affair went into a few key people s backgrounds told some stories and wrapped it up in a fifth of the time it takes Schiff PLUS she has cool illustrationsHighly enjoyable I ll be able to recommend this to customers wholeheartedly

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Review ½ Witches Author Rosalyn Schanzer Ê PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read & download ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free â Rosalyn Schanzer Tackling the same twisted subject as Stacy Schiff's much lauded book The Witches Salem 1692 this Sibert Honor book for young readers features uniue scratchboard illustrations chilling primary source material and powerful narrative to tell the true taleIn the little colonial town of Salem Village Massachusetts two girls began to twitch mumble and contort their bodies into strange shapes The doctor tried every remedy but nothing cured the young Puritans He grimly announced the dire diagnosis the girls were bewitched And then the accusations began The riv. It might be strange but the first thing that struck me about Witches once I had my hands on it was the size and shape I ve read a fair few of National Geographic s YA and middle grade nonfiction and they tend to be large with gorgeous glossy covers Schanzer s book is going an entirely different route It s small even smaller than an average paperback and the cover is a black and white engraving like illustration And it looks really really cool The illustrations inside are very similar and very striking This is definitely a book that stands outLet s face it you d have to try pretty hard to turn the story of the Salem Witch Trials into something dull Schanzer certainly doesn t disappoint There are plenty of exciting details and the basic timeline is riveting Schanzer doesn t offer a definitive explanation for what exactly happened in Salem or why and I appreciate that I haven t exactly read widely on the subject but this is the first time that I remember seeing a book aimed at this age range emphasize the corruption of the judges I knew that there were some Salem residences who profited from the trials by confiscating the property and land of the accused I hadn t realized that it was illegal and that the judges knew it was illegal knew that the property was being confiscated anyways and probably pocketed some of it themselves One woman asking after her confiscated cattle was flatly told that the judges planned to eat them Certainly puts a different spin on things doesn t itLike I said I haven t read tons of books on the trials But this is by far the best one that I ve read and the one that comes closest to capturing the mood of the times National Geographic also has a fantastic interactive story on their website that though not related to this particular book also does a great job of capturing that mood The presentation is a little dated right now but the writing is great

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