Oxford Children's History of the World by Neil Grant
  

Synopsis

Oxford Children's History of the World by Neil Grant

The whole of human history is here, from the earliest settlement of the world to the beginning of the new millennium, in one sumptuously illustrated and easy to use volume. The essential events of world history are easy to find, because each subject is given its own double page spread. Substantial coverage of each subject is given in the lively narrative text, from a top author of history books for children, backed by a team of expert consultants. This is a new edition with a new cover design and updated text.

Reviews

It covers world history from hunter gatherers, to the end of the twentieth century, in a clearly organised, well-written, and lavishly illustrated volume, printed throughout in full colour. Tom Monaghan Encompassing the whole of human history, this comprehensive book is a great classroom reference tool for the study of any society. Junior Focus History at a glance which also tackles each topic in some depth. Hugely impressive - every child should have one. Daily Express

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
192 pages

Author

Neil Grant
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

7th September 2006

ISBN

9780199115747


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