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Extraordinary Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

Extraordinary Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

by Susan Sinnott

Series Information

Sixty to 80 real-life stories of struggle, achievement, victory, and sometimes loss come together in each volume of the Extraordinary People series. The ideal companion for history, social science, language arts, and geography studies, Extraordinary People brings into focus the unique histories of people from every era, every culture, and every walk of life. They're all here — the famous and the not-so-famous, the politicians and the educators, the explorers and the adventurers, the pioneers and the inventors, the writers and the musicians, the scientists and the doctors — extraordinary people one and all whose extraordinary achievements have left their mark on history.

Indexed by name and subject, with "To Find Out More" reading and website pages, Extraordinary People is the perfect starter for students who want to know more about the people who shaped their world.

Series Features

• Covers a diverse group of men and women from every era, every culture, and every walk of life
• 60 to 80 biographies in each book
• Offers a broad perspective on the people and events that shaped our world
• "For Further Reading" section
• Index

11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
Interest Level
Grades 6 - 12
Children's Press (CT)
Number of Pages
Biography and Autobiography

About the Author

Susan Sinnott

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