History Lessons: How Textbooks from Around the World Portray U.S. History by Dana Lindaman and Kyle Ward is on sale at Kindle US

I’ve always enjoyed reading The Economist to see the news from a non-US viewpoint, even if that viewpoint is usually somewhat loosely aligned. And also just because The Economist‘s reporters are such awesome writers that they can make pretty much anything and everything interesting…😀

Now here’s a book that purports to do the same thing for US history: History Lessons: How Textbooks from Around the World Portray U.S. History, by Dana Lindaman and Kyle Ward. From looking at the sample, this appears to be pretty much what the title says, and although the sample seems a little disjointed, with maybe not great connection between the various sections, the first few entries were interesting enough for me to buy the book at its current Kindle US sale price of $2.99. I think it’ll be one of those books to keep on my phone and read when I’m in line at the store or bank…

Buy at Kindle US

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Scroll to Top