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The Ultimate Book Of Famous People

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Find out all you can about a range of famous people from kings and queens to inventors, musicians and sports stars. Wide ranging historically and geographically in its scope, this book is easy to use as a reference book and is also fun just to dip into or browse through. Many of the characters are brought to life through the use of great photographs.

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This riveting book tells the stories of people who have influenced the course of history over the last 2000 years, from sportsmen to statesmen, from artists to film stars and from scientists to inventors. Arranged in themes and chronologically, all the family will enjoy The Ultimate Book of Famous People. Also in this 'Ultimate' series from Oxford are The Ultimate Book of Science and The Ultimate Book of Knowledge.


The Ultimate Book Of Famous People by

Everything you need to know about important people of the last 2000 years ranging from political and religious leaders to royalty and philosophers and finally to military leaders and even Saints.

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256 pages


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Oxford University Press

Publication date

9th October 2008




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