By Gerald A. Danzer, J. Jorge Klor De Alva, Larry S. Krieger, Louis E. Wilson & Nancy Woloch
Inspire a new generation of social studies students with The Americans for iBooks®. This multi-touch and visually engaging textbook offers rich, magazine-style design plus embedded interactive features to maximize learning engagement and higher order thinking skills. Personal stories and interactive elements create active critical thinkers and reinforce the real-world concept that we are all part of the living fabric of our history.
The Americans meets the needs of students of all ability levels with targeted reading support, tools to improve comprehension, and differentiated assessment to support student success.
Videos No Longer Work!1By Tech teacher12If you are thinking of buying this book for the History Channel videos please know that they no longer work and HMH doesn’t care to fix them. They consider the book old and not worth updating. Shame really - with the videos it was a great textbook.
Doesn’t download to my iPad.3By Sunny QingnDoesn’t download to my iPad.
Perfect4By Mr*legoit was good
Good content but videos don’t work3By hazelm17I’m disappointed for the lack of updates and the poor quality of videos. The videos don’t play at all and it ruins the iPad experience.
Not working1By AnegruInformation is ok. It is politically motivated. It leans very left painting America in a horrible light. Majority of the videos do not work anymore. Sad...
Would Tolerate IF IT ACTUALLY WORKED2By BowtiegeekIt won't download. I've tried everything. Fix Your book!
Good5By Zytherion (Zan)Cool book 10/10
Really!!!3By Scrappy boi417So I downloaded iOS 8 and I had to delete The Americans book so that I have enough space for the update. Now that I'm finished updating iBooks is not allowing me to renown load the book and it shows on my purchased books. Can you guys fix this bug or issue.
Won't download2By RedHood1799This book isn't downloading
AUTHORS FYI4By Historybuff321Great book, but on page 66 (in landscape view) the graph about Native American, European, and African populations has an error. The first section should say 1492, not 1942. Just so you (the authors/publishers) know. Great book otherwise!