5 edition of The Usborne Book of Castles found in the catalog.
October 2002 by Usborne Books .
Written in English
|Contributions||Ian McNee (Illustrator), Andrea Slane (Illustrator), Stephen Wright (Illustrator), Dominic Groebner (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
Download Adobe Reader. Castles is an exciting series of books for children who are beginning to read on their own. Category Description for Usborne Beginners : Entertaining, and easy to read, these books offer young readers a look at the daily life of the people of ancient civilizations. The content of a website may change at any time and Usborne Publishing is not responsible for content on sites other than its own. For more about these programs, see Technical help. Interesting facts are also sometimes included, such as that the pharaoh Ramsses II had a pet lion or that in ancient Rome, stuffed dormice and peacock brains were considered delicacies!
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Lesley Sims. Discover who lived in castles, what they ate, where they slept and what they did for fun in this fascinating introduction to medieval life, with lots of examples of castles from around the world. Editions for The Usborne Book of Castles: Internet-Linked: (Paperback published in ), X (Paperback published in ), Travel back in time to Medieval and Viking Times, Rome and Egypt in this illustrated look at what daily life was like for the men, women and children in these historic periods.
Scenes have notes explaining what people are doing, the culture of the time, and what life would be like for a specific family. Each unit concludes with a quiz. Please be aware some illustrated backside nudity is 5/5(3). Dec 04, · The Usborne Book of Castles: Internet-Linked [Lesley Sims, Jane Chisholm, Ian McNee, Andrea Slane, Stephen Wright, Dominic Groebner] on atlasbowling.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Discusses how and why castles were built, how they were defended, and who lived in them, and includes historical facts on actual castles/5(5).
My very first castles book. Abigail Wheatley. This delightful book is full of scenes of medieval castle life, from delicious feasts to life under siege. Books: My Very First Castles Book (Board book) This is a non-fiction book for very young children who will find lots of things to look at and talk about in this highly visual book about what it Brand: Wheatley, Abigail.