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Jingo FeverJingo Fever is the story of young Adele Klein a German American girl who has come with her mother from Milwaukee to live in Ashland a small town in northern Wisconsin on the shores of Lake Superior for the summer of 1918 In this historical novel for middle grade readers. I read this book in in honor of my German American grandmother who experienced than her share ofdiscrimination during the so called Great War It is a superb portrayal of everyday life during World War I when Americans of German descent faced hostility from people who had long been their friends and neighbors Yet the book is a uiet realistic story about how young and old alike dealt with the tragedy of the war Both children and adults will enjoy and appreciate Jingo Fever as an fine novel and an important chapter in American social history Highly recommended

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Jingo Fever Free download Ù 5 Õ Jingo Fever is the story of young Adele Klein a German American girl who has come with her mother from Milwaukee to live in Ashland a small town in northern Wisconsin on the shores of Lake Superior for the summer of 1918 In this historical novel for middle grade readers Adelle struggles to cope with the local patriotic Adelle struggles to cope with the local patriotic fervor in support of American troops abroad during World War I spilling over into a hatred of all things of German origin As she seeks friendships she wonders how to deal with the bigotry of anti German sentiment which es. This was a great book for kids in middle school It's one of those books that not only delves into a historical period of time in an educational manner it does it in a manner that's engaging and does not feel like a lecture I commend Lowden for writing in a manner that is not overly complicated yet not simplified too much Some books I've come across for middle school kids are sometimes so simple they seemed that they are dumb downed Adelle is a likable and easy to empathize young girl She deals with bullying and coming to terms with her own family identity in a time of stress and worry I would recommend this book for any middle school kid

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Calates with the approach of the July 4th celebration The summer's events will teach Adelle about the importance of standing up for what's right Themes include family friendship ethnic heritage patriotism during war resisting intolerance bigotry and standing up to bullie. This is an excellent middle grade historical novel set in northern wisconsin during World War I It addresses issues of bullying and prejudice that translate well to current times where such issues are so prominent Adults will enjoy this novel eually well as middle graders