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This book is not only very educational for teens but also interesting to adults as well.
Because so very many people were enslaved for sugar production, and because they were treated so horribly, the world began to see the evil of slavery.
This is a terrific book created for educators who are teaching social studies to students.
My son needed a book for his World History book report. He loved it.Published 4 months ago by Caralee Lisonbee
I'd highly recommend this book to anyone who thinks the old slavery days were awesome. Clearly, it was not as good as many of us thought. Mr. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kerry Kennedy
Beautifully presented, well researched and written. it is an in-depth study of the subject. I especially liked the many pictures, diagrams and texts included from all corners if... Read morePublished 14 months ago by catherine swords
Book was purchased for my niece who needed it for school. She enjoyed it very much and has read it three times as far.Published 18 months ago by Alberto Melendez
My 15 year old has to read this for a summer asssignment and he is really interested in what it has to say. That is something that is hard to do in this digital age.Published 21 months ago by gr8t reader
I enjoyed "How Sugar Changed the World....." enough to cause me to use part of my vacation to go on a tour of a sugar plantation on Maui and the adjacent Sugar Museum to... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Teddie Milner
I bought this book for my granddaughter/son, but read it before handing it off. I've read other, more intense stories about the sugar trade, but I found this to be at a level for... Read morePublished 23 months ago by ilikepcs
non-fiction can be as good as fiction with the right writer. this book hits the target head on. Quote from my son: "why can't schoolbooks lay out history in a fun way? Read morePublished 23 months ago by Kaui