Amazon: Educational “Who Was ?” History Paperback Books Starting At Just $2.49 (Reg. $5.99)

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Have YOU seen these awesome educational kid’s books?

Hop over to Amazon.com and check out these great prices on the educational Who Was Series of Paperback Books – many are priced at just $2.49 (regularly 5.99)! Choose from titles like Who Was Michael Jackson? and Who Was Helen Keller? plus many more.

More books in the series…

Who Was Dr. Seuss? $2.49 (regularly $5.99)

What Is The Statue of Liberty? $2.49 (regularly $5.99)

Who Was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart? $2.49 (regularly $5.99)

Who Was Neil Armstrong? $2.49 (regularly $5.99)

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Who Were The Wright Brothers? $2.49 (regularly $5.99)

Who Was Rosa Parks? $2.99 (regularly $5.99)

Who Was Mohammed Ali? $2.99 (regularly $5.99)

Who Was Isaac Newton? $2.99 (regularly $5.99)

Who Was Queen Elizabeth? $2.99 (regularly $5.99)

Many more titles here!

 

(Thanks Terri! )

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Comments 8

  1. Erika

    I picked up the “Who is Jane Goodall” and “Who was Dr. Suess” titles of these books for my kids’ Easter baskets. I’m excited to read these with them!

    • Kimberly (Stylish Sidekick)

      Awesome Erika! I hope you all enjoy them!

  2. Dawn

    These are terrific books for intermediate grade kids. It provides good background knowledge on famous people in history Also, for those who have kids who are required to take AR book tests, I’ve found them all to have a test available. I ordered a half dozen last week when Collin posted. 💗

    • Kimberly (Stylish Sidekick)

      Oh that’s great to hear Dawn! Thanks for sharing your feedback!

  3. Heather

    I would love to get some of these for our local library, but trying to choose which ones to order is hard. Does anyone have suggestions what would be best in a public library that doesn’t have any of these yet?

    • Tina

      My kids have read many and we own a few. Love them all! For the library, it might be best to start with broad historical topics like the Great Depression and the Underground Railroad rather than more current people like Steve jobs. Just my opinion though.

  4. Cori

    My son was just asking me to buy him “who was George Washington?” This deal was perfect timing .

    • Kimberly (Stylish Sidekick)

      WOOHOO! Glad you could grab it Cori!

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