Search Results


You are viewing:
Add 1 each from this page1 each from this pageAdd 1 each from all results1 each from all results
6 total titles found  Page 1 of 1 View page of 1  Go
Simply add a title by clicking the .
* Your Discounted Price
163255
Chester Nez and the unbreakable code : a Navajo code talker's story by Bruchac, Joseph 

BTSB Prebound(Whitman, 2018)

BTSB #: 163255 Available

Dewey: 940.54/BAges: 7-9   
AR: 4.8 MG RC: 4.7 3-5 Lexile: 780

Subjects: Nez, Chester United States.|bMarine Corps - Biography Navajo code talkers World War, 1939-1945 - Cryptography World War, 1939-1945 - American personal narratives World War, 1939-1945 - Native American participation Marines - United States - Biography Navajo Indians - Biography


Summary: As a boy, Chester Nez was taught his native language and culture were useless, but he was later called on to use his Navajo language to help create an unbreakable military code during WWII.


611429
Code girls : the true story of the American women who secretly broke codes in World War II by Mundy, Liza 

BTSB Prebound(Little, Brown, 2018)

BTSB #: 611429 Available

Dewey: 940.54/NAges: 12-16   
AR: 7.7 MG RC: 9.4 6-8 Lexile: 1050 F&P: Z

Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Cryptography World War, 1939-1945 - Female participation Cryptographers - United States - History|y20th century Cryptography - United States - History|y20th century


Summary: A nonfiction chronicle of the courageous efforts of remarkable young women recruited by the US government to crack German and Japanese military codes during World War II.


21.58 *

+-
175670
Codes, ciphers, and cartography : math goes to war [STEM on the battlefield]by Burrows, Terry 

BTSB Prebound(Lerner, 2018)

BTSB #: 175670 Available

Dewey: 652/NAges: 9-12   
AR: 6.4 MG RC: 6.6 3-5 Lexile: 930

Subjects: Ciphers Cryptography Cartography World War, 1939-1945 - Cryptography


Summary: Math has always been key to warfare. From making sure an army has enough supplies to recording casualties and damage, discover how math and calculations lie at the heart of warfare.


31.38 *

+-
568463
Navajo code talkers by Lewis, J. Patrick 

BTSB Prebound(Creative Editions, 2016)

BTSB #: 568463 Available

Dewey: 940.54/NAges: 7-9   
AR: 6.3 LG Lexile: 980

Subjects: United States.|bMarine Corps - Indian troops World War, 1939-1945 - Cryptography World War, 1939-1945 - Native American participation Navajo language Navajo code talkers Navajo Indians - History|y20th century


Summary: Amidst a complicated history of mistreatment by and distrust of the American government, the Navajo people--especially bilingual code talkers--helped the Allies win World War II.


22.28 *

+-
166498
Who were the Navajo Code Talkers? [Who was--? (Grosset & Dunlap, Penguin Workshop)]by Buckley, James 

BTSB Prebound(Penguin Workshop, 2021)

BTSB #: 166498 Available

Dewey: 940.54/CAges: 8-12   


Subjects: United States.|bMarine Corps - Native American troops World War, 1939-1945 - Cryptography World War, 1939-1945 - Native American participation Navajo language Navajo code talkers Navajo Indians - History|y20th century World War, 1939-1945 - Campaigns - Pacific Area


Summary: In order to win World War II and protect its soldiers, the US Marines recruited twenty-nine Navajo men to create a secret code that could be used to send military messages quickly and safely across battlefields. This book explains how these brave and intelligent men developed their amazing code, recounts some of their riskiest missions, and discusses how the country treated them before, during, and after the war.


13.99 *

+-
166505
Who were the Navajo Code Talkers? [Who was--? (Grosset & Dunlap, Penguin Workshop)]by Buckley, James 

Paperback(Penguin Workshop, 2021)

BTSB #: 166505 Available

Dewey: 940.54/CAges: 8-12   


Subjects: United States.|bMarine Corps - Native American troops World War, 1939-1945 - Cryptography World War, 1939-1945 - Native American participation Navajo language Navajo code talkers Navajo Indians - History|y20th century World War, 1939-1945 - Campaigns - Pacific Area


Summary: In order to win World War II and protect its soldiers, the US Marines recruited twenty-nine Navajo men to create a secret code that could be used to send military messages quickly and safely across battlefields. This book explains how these brave and intelligent men developed their amazing code, recounts some of their riskiest missions, and discusses how the country treated them before, during, and after the war.


4.91 *

+-
* Your Discounted Price

6 total titles foundBack to Top  Page 1 of 1 View page of 1  Go
Add 1 each from this page1 each from this pageAdd 1 each from all results1 each from all results

You are viewing:
Loading...