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Posted January 12, 2013
Excellent history of the Dust Bowl
This is a very well written history of the dust bowl told in Ken Burns very intimate style. You really get to know the people and the conditions they lived in. It has the people who lived through it tell their stories. My only complaint is that for my Nook Tablet, I couldn't enlarge the photos. Most of the photos are 1 inch by 1 and a half inches, and they can't be zoomed into to see the details, even though they are very good photos. The first 96 photos are all small, and starting with photo 97 sometimes you get a larger photo that you can actually see the details. It's almost as if two different people were formatting the photos and the first person didn't quite know how to do it. So that's why I gave this book only 4 stars. If photos are important to you, consider buying the hard copy book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 16, 2013
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