Who's in Charge ? by Andrew Marr
  

Synopsis

Who's in Charge ? by Andrew Marr

Get the low down about people, politics, and power with Andrew Marr Who's in Charge?, with a foreward by Andrew Marr, covers all the big ideas and powerful people in politics, enabling your child to join the debate and get their voice heard. Who's in Charge? is a straight-talking guide to how politics really work. All the political structures and ideas are covered, from ancient Greek philosophy to modern governments. Find out how different systems and beliefs have developed, the ways in which laws are made, what happens behind the scenes in parliament, and how they can get involved. Plus, it clearly explains those tricky words and definitions with bright graphics and clever illustrations that kids will love. From famous leaders to great speeches, revolutions to age-old traditions, your child will discover all about the really big political issues in the world today with the revised paperback edition (previous ISBN: 9781405350693) of Andrew Marr's Who's in Charge?

Reviews

Brilliant, entertaining and canny The Observer on What Makes Me Me? A child-friendly guide to the confusing world of finance Junior Ed Plus on Show Me the Money

About the Author

Andrew Marr is an award-winning political journalist who has interviewed some of the world's most important politicians, written five books, and presented various programmes including The History of Modern Britain.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
96 pages
Interest Age: From 9

Author

Andrew Marr
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Publisher

DK Children an imprint of Dorling Kindersley Ltd

Publication date

1st April 2014

ISBN

9781409351016


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