Roman Things to Make and Do by Leonie Pratt
  

Synopsis

Roman Things to Make and Do by Leonie Pratt

Perfect for aspiring gladiators and centurions, these Roman-themed activities, include a soldier's shield and sword, an emperor's wreath and printed mosaics, and lots, lots more. Every project is clearly illustrated in an appealing and colourful style, with easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and photos of the end results. It contains information boxes on each double-page with interesting facts about the Romans.

About the Author

Leonie Pratt has written all sorts of books about all sorts of things, but activity books are her speciality. She spends her days in the Usborne office experimenting with PVA, kitchen foil and anything else she can lay her paint-covered hands on. At night, she writes about whatever she feels like, a bowl of popcorn by her side, a cat on her knee and one by her feet.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
34 pages
Interest Age: 5 years +

Author

Leonie Pratt
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st January 2012

ISBN

9781409538974


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