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Monday, June 27, 2011

The Bronze and The Brimstone by Lory S. Kaufman

The trio of pending juvenile find the real past is dramatically different than the sanitized version shown in History Camp. 


Mr. Kaufman’s has hit the mark again.   This book is very entertaining and captivating while showing the gritty realities of previous centuries.   This is  possibly a very sneaky way of introducing real history.  Having taught history I always was dismayed how difficult it was to get kids excited about it.   Mr. Kaufman is providing a dose of history disguised as just fun reading.

Historic condition being what they were, the author even shows some insight as to why the nobles may have been so despotic in their behavior.  That was quite well done.  

In my opinion, Lory S. Kaufman has got game! 

I highly recommend the book.

Body of work of Lory S. Kaufman

Web Site: http://www.history-camp.com/

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