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Chicago Worlds Fair (#28 in American Adventure Series)

Susan MillerAdam Wallenta
Chicago Worlds Fair (#28 in American Adventure Series)

Chicago Worlds Fair (#28 in American Adventure Series)

Susan MillerAdam Wallenta

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History comes alive for eight-to-twelve year olds in this close-up, fun-to-read, multi-generational story of a fictional family spanning three centuries of actual historical events. God's hand is seen at work in people's lives and in the events that shaped our nation.

- Publisher A riot breaks out in Minneapolis, just as Richard and Anna Allerton are walking to an Easter dinner at their aunt and uncle's home. The city's streetcar drivers are on strike, and thousands of people have filled the streets. Angry words grow louder and suddenly a group of men overturns a streetcar. Richard and Anna are separated from the rest of their family. How will they manage to get home safely? And when this latest outbreak of violence between workers and business owners makes Uncle Charles and Uncle Enoch even angrier at each other, what can the family do to settle its differences?

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History comes alive for eight-to-twelve year olds in this close-up, fun-to-read, multi-generational story of a fictional family spanning three centuries of actual historical events. God's hand is seen at work in people's lives and in the events that shaped our nation.
- Publisher

A riot breaks out in Minneapolis, just as Richard and Anna Allerton are walking to an Easter dinner at their aunt and uncle's home. The city's streetcar drivers are on strike, and thousands of people have filled the streets. Angry words grow louder and suddenly a group of men overturns a streetcar. Richard and Anna are separated from the rest of their family. How will they manage to get home safely? And when this latest outbreak of violence between workers and business owners makes Uncle Charles and Uncle Enoch even angrier at each other, what can the family do to settle its differences?
- Publisher

Meet the Authors

Susan Miller

Susan Miller, a professor of English at the University of Utah and faculty member of the University Writing Program, won the first W. Ross Winterowd Award in 1989 for "Rescuing the Subject: A Critical Introduction to Rhetoric and the Writer. "She recently won her university's Distinguished Research Award. ý

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