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Usborne Beginners: The Iron Age

by Emily Bone (author) and Colin King (illustrator) (UK edition)

Suitable for 5 - 7 years

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Product description

See ancient history all around you. The Iron Age was long ago, but it left amazing clues… Ever wondered how people lived in a world without modern tools and machines? How did they grow food, or defend themselves from attack? Well, during the Iron Age the answer was obvious: iron! And some other things too of course, but the discovery of iron made life a lot easier for people back then. Read this simple book to find out how. Plus: where can you find Iron Age relics near you?

  • Exciting first facts from a bestselling series
  • Explores ancient history in a very simple way
  • Colour pictures and photos of Iron Age artefacts
  • Perfect non-fiction for beginner solo readers

Product Details

Series

Usborne Beginners

Format

Hardback

ISBN

9781409586425

Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Date published

July 2nd, 2015

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Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 4.0; Lower years; 0.5 points

Other details
  • 32 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

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