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Mary R. Hofmann, Rivera Middle School, Merced, CA
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Black Potatoes: The Story of the Great Irish Famine, 1845-1850, was a great book about the Irish potato famine.
An eye-opening book for me and I would recommend it for a great non-fiction read for middle and young adult readers (adults also).
I have long been interested in the Great Famine in Ireland and so I got this book and it explained everything very well.
Great teen intro reader on Irish Famine. It inspired me to buy more on the topic and to dig deeper. I'd recommend it to anyone interested in delving into their Irish ancestry. Read morePublished 1 month ago by jhealey
One of the great tragedies of the 19th century. An estimated one million dead and two million displaced. Read morePublished 7 months ago by William K. Dearth
I received this book within 3 days of ordering it. It is an easy to read book of a very fatal and dark time of Irish history. Read morePublished 8 months ago by loving to learn
I love to read about Irish history and this was an added bonus to my reading. It was very informative about how the irish suffered. Read morePublished 9 months ago by mags
A students story of the famine with excellent drawings. Well told but quite simplified for younger reader perhaps. I enjoyed the book.Published 9 months ago by Helen Stevenson
Great book and in good condition. An easy interesting read, that had me glued to it until I finished it.Published 10 months ago by Wilbert Hidalgo
A must read for my grandkids, starting with the 10 and 11 year olds.
Even if I have to bribe them to read it, it will be worth it. Read more
Most know very little about Ireland's great famine that too over one million lives or the lessons to be learned. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Russell L. Blaylock