Homegrown terror : the Oklahoma City bombing

by Sherrow, Victoria.

Format: Print Book 2013
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Whitehall Public Library Easy Nonfiction ENF 364.164 Sh57
Location  Whitehall Public Library
Collection  Easy Nonfiction
Call Number  ENF 364.164 Sh57
At the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, a quiet spring day began like any other in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995. Government employees arrived for a busy workday. Parents dropped their children off at the day care center. Suddenly, a colossal explosion tore through the nine-story building, the front of it crumbling to the ground. More than one hundred people died instantly. Many more were injured. Tragedy gripped the nation. What caused the explosion? An American terrorist had detonated a bomb. Author Victoria Sherrow examines this catastrophic day, including stories from witnesses and survivors, and the cause of this hateful crime, homegrown terrorism.
"This isn't supposed to happen"
Hours of agony
Hope and despair
"Find out who did this"
A trail of evidence
Terrorism in America.

Additional Information
Series Disasters -- People in peril.
Subjects Oklahoma City Federal Building Bombing, Oklahoma City, Okla., 1995 -- Juvenile literature.
Terrorism -- Oklahoma -- Oklahoma City -- Juvenile literature.
Bombing investigation -- Oklahoma -- Oklahoma City -- Juvenile literature.
Publisher Berkeley Heights, NJ :Enslow Publishers,2013
Other Titles Oklahoma City bombing.
Contributors Sherrow, Victoria. Oklahoma City bombing.
Language English
Notes "Original edition published as The Oklahoma City Bombing: Terror in the Heartland in 1998."
Description 48 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 47) and index.
ISBN 9780766040168 (hbk.)
076604016X (hbk.)
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