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Roots for Kids: A Genealogy Guide for Young People

5 of 5 stars

An introduction to genealogy with instructions on how to use sources at home and do research at local, state, and national levels.

Roots for Kids is based on a twelve-week course the author developed for her fourth grade class.

My Family Trees

5 of 5 stars fun modern family group sheet for children to fill out.
Reviewer: A reader from Utah USA

It's great for children to fill in the blanks. Has a line for step relatives and even the pet. Very helpful for children to understand who everyone is in the extended families.

Climbing Your Family Tree: Online and Off-line Genealogy for Kids

5 of 5 stars

Grade 5-9.  Wolfman enthusiastically and thoroughly covers all aspects of genealogy, from forms, heirlooms, interviews, and names to immigration, documents, adoption, and Internet resources.  The book even has a companion Web site that includes links to useful URLs, downloadable charts and checklists, tips, quizzes, and games.

Climbing Your Family Tree: Online and Off-line Genealogy for Kids

Now completely revised, updated, retitled, and filled with detailed guidance on utilizing the Internet, Climbing Your Family Tree is the comprehensive, kid-friendly genealogical primer for the 21st century, and a dramatic story of how and why our ancestors undertook the arduous voyages of immigration to this nation.

The Great Ancestor Hunt

The Fun of Finding Out Who You Are

Book Description
Includes details on how to create your own direct-ancestry chart. "This attractive, immensely readable guide to genealogy provides both information and encouragement." -- School Library Journal, starred review

Seven Brave Women

5 of 5 starsThe New York Times Book Review
A splendid book for children, simply told but with a dead-on eye for the telling details that define a life. This is a wonderful book about seven wonderful lives, and how the women who lived them created America, farm by farm, house by house, quilt by quilt, book by book. (Ages 4 to 9)

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