World War II Infantrymen: An Interactive History Adventure

  • Title: World War II Infantrymen: An Interactive History Adventure
  • Author: Steven Otfinoski
  • ISBN: 9781620657164
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Paperback
  • World War II Infantrymen An Interactive History Adventure You are on the front lines at the height of World War II fighting bravely against Germany and the other Axis powers Will you Fight alongside Filipino soldiers to defend the Philippines Bataan Peninsu
    You are on the front lines at the height of World War II, fighting bravely against Germany and the other Axis powers Will you Fight alongside Filipino soldiers to defend the Philippines Bataan Peninsula Struggle to push the Germans out of El Alamein, Egypt, as part of the British Army Land on the beaches of Normandy, France, as part of an invasion to drive the GermanYou are on the front lines at the height of World War II, fighting bravely against Germany and the other Axis powers Will you Fight alongside Filipino soldiers to defend the Philippines Bataan Peninsula Struggle to push the Germans out of El Alamein, Egypt, as part of the British Army Land on the beaches of Normandy, France, as part of an invasion to drive the German Army from the country

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    1. World War 2 by Steven Otfinoski, is a book about what happened in world war 2. It's basically telling you the story of men who got captured during there trip to Germany. It explains what they did, what happened to them and it's a first person book where it makes you say that what if you were in this position. It tells you about everything thats happening like if they want to run away and escape or stay and not die.My opinion of the book is that I didn't like it very much because I'm not a fan of [...]

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    2. This book was lots of fun, you can be a British soldier in North Africa at El Alamein, a US Soldier in the Philippines, or a US soldier on the beaches of Normandy. I read almost every scenario, after first just trying to see what would happen. I loved Choose Your Own Adventure books as kid, and this one was just as great. It also brings home some good points about combat to younger readers. Things you do (or don't do) have consequences. Great book I recommend it!

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    3. This book is 112 pages long. I did not like it at all. it tells you do stuff and their is different missions. one of them u either have to jump in the water or run i did jump on the water. Their are different people and it is not red dot. I refer this to coling moses. it takes place in the woods and in the war.

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    4. Brilliant. This series really does bring the war to life. You get to pick of you are going to follow rules or ignore them. With so much World War Two stuff out there it is hard to see the students Struggle with some of the harder more wordy history books. Books like this makes history attainable while allowing the reader to make choices that person may have had to make.

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    5. The the metal detector broke so we decided to use our Knives next thing I hit one The book was ok It was a fun read but this book is not for me I did not like the multiple choices this book was not for me. This book is for kids and teens.

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    6. Xavier and Xander enjoyed having this story read aloud to them over the last couple of days. We finally finished tonight. There is an element of choosing your own adventure which they enjoyed and I think many boys (especially) would enjoy.

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    7. This book is informational nonfiction and would be for children grades 3+. I paired it with The Cay because they both take place during WWII and have multiple references that can be compared.

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