How to be a Victorian in 16 Easy Stages Band 17/Diamond by Scoular Anderson

How to be a Victorian in 16 Easy Stages Band 17/Diamond

Written by Scoular Anderson
Illustrated by Scoular Anderson
Part of the Collins Big Cat Series


How to be a Victorian in 16 Easy Stages Band 17/Diamond by Scoular Anderson

So you want to be a Victorian? From dirty streets and factories, to watching Punch and Judy shows and riding the stagecoach - find out the real facts of Victorian living in this humerous non-fiction guide. * Diamond/Band 17 books offer more complex, underlying themes to give opportunities for children to understand causes and points of view. * Text type: An information book * Curriculum links: History

About the Author

Scoular Anderson spent most of his childhood writing and illustrating stories. After his studies in graphic design at Glasgow School of Art, he worked as an illustrator before he started his writing career. Scoular's impressive portfolio contains the bestselling titles My First Joke Book and the popular How to be a - history series. He lives in Dunoon, Scotland.

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56 pages


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Collins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers

Publication date

26th February 2018



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