- Title: Ellis Island
- Author: Molly Aloian
- ISBN: 9780778711766
- Page: 460
- Format: Paperback
First hand accounts, historical photographs, and engaging text combine to explore the experiences of immigrants to North America during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries This fascinating title details the reasons for immigration and the challenges faced and contributions made by immigrants In addition to Ellis Island, Angel Island, Grosse isle, Quebec, and othFirst hand accounts, historical photographs, and engaging text combine to explore the experiences of immigrants to North America during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries This fascinating title details the reasons for immigration and the challenges faced and contributions made by immigrants In addition to Ellis Island, Angel Island, Grosse isle, Quebec, and other immigration points in North America are discussed.
Recent Comments "Ellis Island"
I like this nonfiction book because it tells me a lot of facts about immigrants and refugees during 1800s. The book provides us with true facts of people who immigrated from Poland to Ellis Island by steamship. They had the worst food and stayed in a crowded room. They helped American’s population and learned new languages. The book tells us that there are many people went to America because of violent wars and for religious and political reasons. They past many tests to enter to the United St [...]
Ellis Island by Molly Aloian is a really interesting book with lots of great photos and informative facts. The book covers the process for immigrants arriving in the US via Ellis Island through their first glipses on the incredible Lady Liberty, through to the checkig in process and the medical and educational screening that had to take place. The book is an excellent read and overall introdution for anyone interested in the history of the US. I received my copy of this book in exchange for an h [...]
Ellis Island by Molly Aloian covers the process for immigrants coming to Ellis Island. The book has facts about the Island, the checking-in process, and the different nationalities. There are various vocabulary words introduced & defined, as well as informative images. This book would appeal to children grade 3-6, who desire to get the feel of what it would have been like to come to America through the immigration process. I received this ebook free Netgalley for an honest review.
A handsome book that teaches children about Ellis Island in a simple and frank manner. One of the many highlights of this book are the beautiful and informative pictures that accompany the text. I also appreciated that many nationalities, races and ethnic groups were discussed rather than focusing on just one. This book can help young children learn about immigration and find their own place in this complex and rich subject.
Received in exchange for an honest review.Great book to introduce children to the story on where many of their ancestors may have entered the United States. As someone who is a lover of both history and genealogy this book means something. The photographs and first hand account from immigrants adds to this book.
This is a really interesting reading! I've always found fascinating Ellis Island. Its story is an important part of American history. This book, thanks to pictures and old photos, explains how this place was important at the beginning of the 20th century. A perfect book for children!
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