This book is an excellent, paired down exposition about the relationship between the three men featured on the cover: Stalin, FDR and Churchill during WWII.
It's fully indexed, which is nice for future reference, and not a feature many MG books come with any longer. It has a glossary and about 30 pages of source notes, again, fantastic for students looking to do additional research for a paper, for example. There are six pages of black and white photographs in the very center, which gives readers a break from the text.
It does an excellent job of following through, to Japan's surrender and even touching on to Ronald Reagan in 1982.
TEACHER'S NOTE: I have to admit, I picked this one up hoping it would be a fantastic teaching resource, perhaps even have a great, free educator's guide or teaching guide that goes along with it.
Which kind of baffles me, but maybe the publisher thought there's already so many teaching resources on WWII and FDR that teachers didn't need another one? Honestly, it's a barrier that would prevent me from using this as a text in a classroom.
So, that's why this only appears in MG Books as a non-fiction book for your bookshelf, and not as a teaching resource.