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Appreciating Arkansas: How the Twenty-Fifth State Shaped History

Arkansas history is discussed in easy-to-digest parts to facilitate classroom learning

Little Rock, Arkansas – WEBWIRE

History is our lens to see the past. Master teacher and armed forces veteran Arlen Jones teaches the readers to immerse in the Arkansas history in his complete compilation of events in “Arkansas History: A Journey through Time: The Growth of the Twenty-Fifth State of the Union from 1833 to 1957.”
From the pre-statehood to the iconic school integration, Arlen Jones gives it all in one book. He believes that the rich history of Arkansas should be told in a way that will encourage the teachers and the students to adapt a healthy appetite to learn, love, and share the story of their origins. Thus, he writes “Arkansas History: A Journey Through Time” to let the readers experience history through the presentation of primary documents.
With over thirty years of teaching and administrative experience, Jones fashions an easy-to-digest reading of the story of the state coupled with student and teacher’s guides for reference and further research. He aims to give the key aspects of Arkansas that every reader should know by heart.
“Arkansas History” was featured during the world’s biggest book trade event, the Frankfurt Book Fair in Germany last October 10–14, 2018. Almost 300,000 book lovers and 7,000 exhibitors around the globe attended the annual book discovery and immersion.
Arkansas History: A Journey Through Time: The Growth of the Twenty-Fifth State of the Union from 1833 to 1957
Written by Arlen Jones
Paperback | $15.51
Book copies are available at LitFire Publishing, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online book retailers.
About the Author
Arlen Jones graduated summa cum laude in University of Arkansas, Pine Bluff. He also earned his master of science in education at Ouachita Baptist University after serving in the armed forces for twenty-three years. He also serves as a professional educator and was named Chair of the Social Science Department and Teacher. He also received Teacher of the Year award and was acknowledged for outstanding service to students. He received an honorary doctorate degree from Arkansas Baptist College and served on the Board of Trustees. He retired after twenty-eight years of service as Director Federal Programs of Arkansas Department of Education and his service to the United States Army.

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