The Lost Diary of Montezuma's Soothsayer by Clive Dickinson
  

The Lost Diary of Montezuma's Soothsayer

Written by Clive Dickinson
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Part of the Lost Diaries S. Series

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The Lost Diary of Montezuma's Soothsayer by Clive Dickinson

Humorous historical 'faction' in diary format. Montezuma - last Emperor of the Aztecs - lived in a palace and was deemed so holy that he never put his feet on the ground! His soothsayer or priest was naturally with him every day - from his worship to the Sun God, to his death at the hands of his own people following their defeat by Cortes and the Spaniards. His diary reveals the truth about a powerful emperor and a once mighty empire.

About the Author

Clive Dickinson has worked widely in both fiction and non-fiction children's publishing for twenty years. His novels for Collins include the much loved 'Knickers, My Secret Notebook Aged 7/8/9' and 'The Lost Diary of Tutankhamen's Mummy,' from the 'faction' series.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages
Interest Age: From 9 To 11

Author

Clive Dickinson
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Publisher

HarperCollins Children's Books an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
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Publication date

4th January 1999

ISBN

9780006945871


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