There is no greater feeling than finding a book that helps you escape into your imagination, an exciting place where you can do all and be all. Sometimes, when there are no good books around, I pick up and read whatever is nearby. One of the books I read was my daughter’s high school American history textbook. I only got through a fraction of chapter two before moving on to a different book. It was very boring and dragged on too long.
I began to wonder how difficult it must be for a child with a short attention span or who cannot absorb so much information. It must be hard, especially when they have to prepare for tests, exams, and home assignments from other classes. This led me to write short, fun, and memorable stories from American history in a simple form to help the readers easily remember important details about certain parts of history.
So many students struggle with keeping up with the demands of their school. Every few months, mobile technology and how the world communicates changes, but it is as if the world has forgotten to prepare for this sort of development when it comes to children’s education.
Some schools play catch-up and set up whatever they can to get the students going, even if it may not necessarily work as they would have hoped it would. Some students get little to no assistance with schoolwork when needed, while other students may be overwhelmed with too much work based on the program set up for them to use.
Imagine if students had books like this one, where they could read short and fun stories. This book, written in simple and clear sentences, will help students read and learn about history. It can also be taken a step further by creating questions to further help with English comprehension, thereby tackling different learning styles.