Y youngest started reading them at age 6 and has reread them a few times since He ust turned 9 and was excited to see this is the mail yesterday This was a few times since He ust turned 9 and was excited to see this is the mail yesterday This was Christmas present for my boys who have read all books in the Hazardous Tales series As expected they read this immediately and loved it My 8yo son has read each of the NHHT books multiple times He keeps one with him wherever he goes They can have themes that may be shocking for some but those opened good discussions for our family For example The Underground Abductor exposes some atrocities "of slavery that I wasn t aware of Our kid asked uestions and "slavery that I wasn t aware of Our kid asked uestions and talked them outIf you have a kid who loves learning and humor and you can handle having discussions about hard stuff occasionally then I highly recommend these booksWe have loaned a couple to friends who don t love reading for pleasure and they also LOVED these books Enjoyable read but was surprised to find swearing though minor in a book that seems aimed at upper elementary If the language was cleaned up I d give it 5 stars Another
GREAT UALITY BOOK FROM NATHAN HALEuality book from Nathan Hale almost 14 year old son LOVES every one of his books but we adults in the household get a lot out of them as well Entertaining and eye opening We will continue to buy every book in the Hazardous Tales series My son has read all of the books in the series multiple times and this one is no exception We received the book early last week and he finished his SECOND reading of Raid of No Return within 7 hours of getting his hands on it A week later and I think he has read it four times now and has already crafted a B 25 model out of cardboard Nathan Hale s Hazardous Tales are my 9 year old boy s favorite books and part of the reason he insists history is his favorite subject. T them past their target After the bombing some pilots crashed some were captured and many ended up in mainland China and were carried to safety by Chinese villagers being hunted by Japanese forces all the while With tales of high flying action and bravery Raid of No Return is a story of heartbreak and survival during wartime. This is a good book "An Interesting Story Based On "interesting story based on history If you have read the book Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo this book gives an excellent visual reference My teens devoured the book reading it five times in four daysSome language may not be appropriate for young readers damn and hellThe illustrations in the book do a great ob with the American and Japanese fleets One of my sons wanted about the JapaneseTwo details noted by another
SON WERE LEFT OUT THE BOOKwere left out the book Enterprise s role in providing air escorts for the Raiders and the perfect timing reuired to launch the B 25s off the deck of the HornetHighly recommend this entire series More books like As an educator and LITERACY SPECIALIST I M A HUGE specialist I m a huge of graphic texts They are incredibly supportive of children s reading development Stephen Krashen has done research to prove this and motivate kids to read widely Nathan Hale s series of Hazardous Tales are engaging funny informative and cover sensitive historical events respectfully in an age appropriate ways This latest addition does not disappoint I was not at all familiar with this WWII mission so I learned a lot I really enjoyed the blue palette which was a nice calming balance for the war activity in addition to it ust making sense for all the ocean involved and felt having the larger panels helped Sometimes this books pack too many panels on one page and it s a lot to take it Love this series my 10 years old son love to read he have tons of books and i already dont have ideas for what he can read one friend post in facebook her soon love this books so i give a try buying some my soon is so happy the only problem is he read so fast but he like to read the same books sometimes if they are very good A great way to introduce youngs. Nathan Hale tackles a topic fans have been asking about for years World War II On December the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor officially bringing the United States into World War II A new generation of pilots were recruited to fly bombing missions for the United States and from that group volunteers were reuested for a dangerou. Ters to history through graphic storytelling A
trio of historic characters tell the tale and comment on what s happening in an entertaining mannerof historic characters tell the tale and comment on what s happening in an entertaining manner this up for my 12 year old son who absolutely ADORES the Nathan Hale books This one did not disappoint Seriously parents if you have a reluctant reader who begrudgingly picks up books you must check this series out Engaging and fun Historically accurate therefore very educational Great illustrations Fresh and well writtenMy #son devours these books from cover to cover I ve even had #devours these books from cover to cover I ve even had confiscate them when he has chosen to read ust a little bit when he is supposed to be sleeping In my opinion that is demonstrative of a pretty awesome book With all of the devices and technology at their fingertips it s great when they would rather opt for a book Firstly I m an adult who "loves this entire book series these complex stories "this entire book series These complex stories history are drawn out in an organized accurate and charming way I learn so much from these books it spurs my eagerness to read other books about history There is also a good dose of humor that actually makes me laugh out loud I highly recommend reading this and all of the previous books as well I can say it really is the item as seen and got it Really wonderful series and for this story it really is told well Also can say can have the potential for some animated series likely along the Netflix or Hulu areas since we re no longer in the days of Saturday Morning Cartoons though I m in high doubt this had that potential Very fun presentation of serious history Extremely appropriate for kids and adults alike The author really draws the audience in There are even excerpts that manage to bring a tear or two Give this series a chance My boys love all of Nathan Hale s books S secret assignment For the first time in American history Army bombers would be launched from an aircraft carrier Once at sea they were told their mission was a retaliation strike against targets in Tokyo But on the day of the raid a Japanese patrol boat spotted them and they had to launch early with barely enough fuel to ge.