by Albert Marrin
"Outstanding writing and high-quality illustrations" (School Library Journal) make this title a great resource for teaching about the dust bow! In engaging, accessible writing, Marrin tells the story of the dangerous black dust storms that blew through the Great Plains in the 1930 and explains how they were the result of reckless farming and poor ecological understanding.
In a starred review, Kirkus called it "a reader-friendly, insightful work of history."
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Interest Level: Gr. 5 & Up Grade Equiv: 9.3 Lexile Measure: 1040L
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