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965 – Algeria

January 13, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

A list of choices for replacing old books about Algeria (Africa) in the library children’s/YA collection.
pink numbers = Horn Book Guide rating / red numbers= Follett reading level / green numbers=Lexile

Recommended by at Least One Source

Kindergarten-Grade 4

Grades 5-8
Algeria in Pictures by Francesca DiPiazza (Visual Geography, 2nd ed. – 21st Century, 2007) 4 / 7.2 /
Algeria by Falaq Kagda (Cultures of the World, 2nd ed – Benchmark 2007) ~3 / 8.9 /

Grade 7 and up
Algeria by Daniel E. Harmon (Africa: Continent in the Balance – Mason Crest, 2008) ~4 /

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Available in the Service Center Collections

Kindergarten-Grade 4

Grades 5-8
Algeria by Falaq Kagda (Cultures of the World, 2nd ed – Benchmark 2007) ~3 / 8.9 /
Algeria by Falaq Kagda (Cultures of the World – Benchmark 1997) ~3 / 8.9 /

Grade 7 and up
Algeria
by James Morrow (Modern Middle East Nations – Mason Crest 2004) ~4 / 8.9 /

Folklore
The Sabbath Lion: A Jewish Folktale From Algeria by Howard Schwartz (HarperCollins 1992) 3 / 5.2 / 900 / K-4

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Not Necessarily Recommended, But In-Print
Books listed here have no reviews to recommend them.
Kindergarten-Grade 4
Ballel: A Child of Senegal by Alain Gioanni (Children of the World – Blackbirch, 20054.0 /

Grades 5-8
Algeria by Tony Zurlo (Modern Nations of the World – Lucent, 2005) ~4 / 8.7 /

Grade 7 and up

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Last updated January 13, 2010

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