Interest Level: Grades K - 6
Interest Level: Grades 6 - 8
Grade Level Equivalent: 5.8
Genre: Biography and Autobiography, Historical Fiction
Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Grade Level Equivalent: 3.7
Genre: Realistic Fiction
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