Jesse Jarnow

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These are some books I have written. For reasons of price and/or age level, I can’t necessarily recommend the purchase of any of them (unless you happen to be between sixth and 12th grades, in which case the Princeton Review book will likely prove quite handy, or a percussion ensemble with a lot of disposable academic money, in which case Running at the Sunshine might serve you well).

o How To Remember Everything, Grades 9-12: 183 Memory Tricks To Help You Study Better, edited by Russell Kahn. I contributed a half-dozen or so mnemonics.

o Running at the Sunshine. The overpriced percussion score to Matthew Van Brink‘s Running at the Sunshine, for which I contributed the text. Listen here.

o Telegraph and Telephone Networks: Ground Breaking Developments in American Communications (America’s Industrial Society in the Nineteenth Century)

o Oil, Steel, and Railroads: America’s Big Businesses in the Late 1800s (America’s Industrial Society in the Nineteenth Century)

o The Rise of American Capitalism: The Growth of American Bank (America’s Industrial Society in the Nineteenth Century)

o Patrick Henry’s Liberty or Death Speech: A Primary Source Investigation (Great Historic Debates and Speeches)

o The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Race in America (Looking at Literature Through Primary Sources)

o Socialism: A Primary Source Analysis (Primary Sources of Political Systems)

o Manifest Destiny: A Primary Source History of the Settlement of the American Heartland in the Late 19th Century

o Johnny Bench (Baseball Hall of Famers)

o Phillis Wheatley: African American Poet (Primary Sources of Famous People in American History)

o Davy Crockett: Frontier Hero (Primary Sources of Famous People in American History)

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