Cold War Correspondent Book

Women Writing HistoryNathan Hale's Hazardous Tales Cold War Correspondent

  • What: Cold War Correspondent Book
  • When: 8 years and up
  • Why: Historical, entertaining, true
  • Where: Amazon

Have a child who can’t get enough history? Perhaps you have the opposite issue, and want your children to realize just how exciting history can be. Whether your child already knows and loves Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales, or this is their first experience with these graphic novels based on big history moments, check out the latest installment, Cold War Correspondent.

Cold War Correspondent book on Amazon 

These hazardous tales run the gamut from war stories to big moments in history. Each one offers kids thrilling true stories, including the latest addition. In Cold War Correspondent, Marguerite Higgins gets caught in the crossfire of developing hostilities between North and South Korea. Forbidden by her own country to cover the breaking news, she makes her case and changes the history books in the process.

Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales Cold War Correspondent graphic novel pages Kora
This graphic novel breaks down the Korean War in ways kids can understand.

Kids will love this graphic novel and all the usual intrigue they’ve come to know and love from Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales. Each page comes flush with black and white illustrations tinted with hints of color. The action and text ratchet up the tension and keep kids engaged with this tale from the Communist era invasion. My son found this book in a bookstore about a month ago, and hasn’t put it down since.

Join forces with the people and events that shape the world, all written at a level for kids to absorb thanks to Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales Cold War Correspondent.

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