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Early British History: Changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age

by Claire Throp (author) and Martin Sanders (illustrator) (UK edition)

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‘Why did people stop using rocks and start using iron?’ we hear you ask. ‘How did people even discover iron?’ we hear you yell. ‘HOW DID PEOPLE LIVE WITHOUT SATURDAY MORNING TV!?’ we hear you scream. Alright then people – pipe down! We probably can’t explain it all that well, but this book can. How did people go from bashing stones about to bashing bits of metal about? Why did it matter? And how did they make all that cool treasure that lucky people with metal detectors keep finding? It’s all in here!

  • The Stone Age and Iron Age made clear and vivid
  • Witness key changes in farming, mining, toolmaking and trading
  • Explore life at Skara Brae prehistoric village and the Great Orme Bronze Age mines
  • Be amazed by the Lewes Hoard treasure trove

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Date published

January 1st, 2015

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 5.8; Middle years; 0.5 points

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  • 32 pages


UK edition


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