Build! A Knight's Castle Pop Out and Build a Castle Battle Scene by Annalie Seaman, Charlie Simpson
  

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Build! A Knight's Castle Pop Out and Build a Castle Battle Scene by Annalie Seaman, Charlie Simpson

Think like an archaeologist with this fun paper-craft title! Readers are given information about how archaeologists uncover remains, and use secondary sources. They are then given visual and textual clues about the site of a medieval castle, which was the location of a sieged battle. The final part of the book contains the press-out pieces to recreate a paper model of the castle and the historic battle, complete with siege engines and defending and attacking forces. The reader must use their new-found knowledge of how the castle was laid out, and what siege engines looked like to figure out how to piece the paper scene together

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Paperback
80 pages

Author

Annalie Seaman, Charlie Simpson
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Publication date

21st September 2015

ISBN

9781782402732


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