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    • by Regina Sass

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      Margaret Peterson Haddix has a knack for bringing history to life for the teen aged readers. By putting young people into historical situations, she makes history less stuffy and more personal. Her latest work, Uprising, tells the

      story of one of the worse disasters in American history, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in 1911. She tells the story from the point of view of three young women, two who work at the factory and one who ...

      • is from the right side of the tracks, a wealthy young woman who is working to get a union organized to try and improve the deplorable working conditions. All three are in the building when the fire starts.

        When you are looking for a book for a young teen reader, you can get this one with confidence. I read books before I give them to children or teens as a present and I gave this one with no reservations.

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