What Was the Children's Blizzard of 1888? (What Was?) (Paperback)
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Learn about the deadly and unexpected blizzard that slammed the Midwestern United States in 1888 and doomed many young lives in this addition to the New York Times Bestselling What Was? series.
On January 12, 1888, a surprise blizzard broke out in the middle of the day across the Midwest. In its path, hundreds of children and teachers found themselves stranded inside schoolhouses with no food, no heat, and very few options. Days passed, and over 235 people died as result of the harsh snow of the Schoolhouse Blizzard, but many were able to survive thanks to the bravery of others in their communities. Learn all about the disastrous weather conditions and the people who were affected by it in this book for young readers.
About the Author
Steve Korté is a former editor for DC Comics. He is now a freelance writer and has written books for DC Comics and Warner Bros. In the Who HQ series, he has also written What Do We Know About Bigfoot?, What Is the Story of Looney Tunes?, and What Is the Story of Wonder Woman? He lives in New York City.
Indonesian born Dede Putra is a digital artist living in Auckland, New Zealand. He is a bit of a foodie" and a "big audio/visual guy."