Behind the Blue and Gray by Delia Ray
The Soldier's Life in the Civil War (Young Reader's Hist- Civil War)

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Traces, in this second of a three part series, the events of the Civil War from the first battle to the surrender with emphasis on the experiences of the individual soldier.

About Delia Ray

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Delia Ray's novel GHOST GIRL: A BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAIN STORY has been nominated on state lists in Oklahoma, Kansas, South Carolina, Missouri, Indiana, and New Hampshire. Ms. Ray is also the author of three young-adult nonfiction books about American history. Her latest novel, SINGING HANDS, is based on her mother's experiences growing up as a hearing child with deaf parents. Ms. Ray lives with her family in Iowa City, Iowa.
Published April 12, 1991 by Dutton Juvenile. 112 pages
Genres: History, War, Children's Books, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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A continuation of the ``Young Readers' History of the Civil War,'' begun in A Nation Torn (1990).

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