A History of the World with Google Earth by Penny Worms
  

Synopsis

A History of the World with Google Earth by Penny Worms

An internet-linked, time-travelling, globe-trotting puzzle book in association with Google[trademark] Earth, and follow up to THE GREAT GLOBAL PUZZLE CHALLENGE. Travel back in time to some of the most significant events in human history. Discover where they took place and explore what those places look like today on Google[trademark] Earth - then find vital clues to a secret destination! Combining some of the most significant events in human history with the most exciting things to see on Google Earth, this is a fascinating and educational fusion of book and internet.

About the Author

Penny Worms is a well-known children's book editor who was first encouraged to write by Wallace & Gromit. With Wallace so focused on inventing and Gromit so busy helping him, they needed someone to write books for them, including novelisations for The Curse of the Wererabbit and A Matter of Loaf and Death, plus a book about their Grand Adventures and Glorious Inventions for Carlton. Penny is an enthusiastic Google[trademark] Earth traveller, hoping that one day she will have the time and money to go to more of the places she visits for real.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: 8+

Author

Penny Worms
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Publisher

Carlton Books Ltd

Publication date

1st October 2012

ISBN

9781780971131


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