Horrible Jobs in Medieval Times by Robyn Hardyman


Horrible Jobs in Medieval Times by Robyn Hardyman

Horrible Jobs in Medieval Times looks at some of the horrible jobs that some unfortunate people had to do during medieval times. Find out more about the daily hazards for gong farmers, plague doctors, spitters and many others. With fun graphics, colourful illustrations and photographs and a lively text, this is a fascinating look at what our poor medieval ancestors might have had to do for a living.

About the Author

Robyn Hardyman is a highly experienced book author and editor. She has written a variety of titles for children and her subjects include outdoor adventure books, social sciences and literacy. Robyn is married with children and lives and works in Oxford.

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48 pages
Interest Age: From 11


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Publication date

11th February 2016



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