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Peter Hepplewhite



Peter Hepplewhite is an experienced writer of children's history and has taught the subject for many years. He is currently the Education Officer for Tyne & Wear Archives Service.
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Royals, Rebels and Horrible Headchoppers

Peter Hepplewhite, Tom Morgan-Jones
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Peter Hepplewhite, Tom Morgan-Jones

Welcome to the world of the terrible Tudors! Grab a galleon and sail back in time with us to discover everything about the terrifying Tudors: from horrible King Henry and the perilous plague to roasting the religious. Why did doctors wear beak masks? Why were cats buried under Tudor homes? What did Tudor tennis involve? Dip into these annals of Tudor times and find out the answers to all these intriguing imponderables and many more...

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The Fact or Fiction Behind the Romans

Peter Hepplewhite
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Peter Hepplewhite
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The Industrial Revolution

Peter Hepplewhite
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Peter Hepplewhite

The book offers a chronological political history of the Industrial Revolution, as well as chapters on the major themes. Topics include developments in technology, the factory system and working life for men, women and children, education in factories and schools, the growth of industrial towns, and the effects of the Industrial Revolution on the military, ships and seafaring, rail travel, holidays and on local communities.Easy to navigate, each spread deals with a different topic and consists of maps, diagrams, artwork and photographs. Complete with timeline, glossary and 2-page index.

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Knights

Peter Hepplewhite
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Peter Hepplewhite

Explore the world of some of the toughest, scariest and most fearsome fighters. Facts and stats on training, weapons and fighting styles will tell you everything you want to know about our Greatest Warriors!

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Thomas Crapper, Corsets and Cruel Britannia

Peter Hepplewhite, Tom Morgan-Jones
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Peter Hepplewhite, Tom Morgan-Jones
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Loos, Poos and Number Twos

Peter Hepplewhite, Tom Morgan-Jones
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Peter Hepplewhite, Tom Morgan-Jones

Loos, Poos & Number Twos: Find out about the earliest WCs, what loos were like in the pyramids, how the Romans gossiped in public loos and what castle moats were really used for. Discover how Henry VIII cleansed the RoyalBum, what part 'gongfermors' played in medieval times and who invented loo paper!

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Roman Soldiers

Peter Hepplewhite
Authors:
Peter Hepplewhite

Explore the world of some of the toughest, scariest and most fearsome fighters. Facts and stats on training, weapons and fighting styles will tell you everything you want to know about our Greatest Warriors!

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The Fact or Fiction Behind the Victorians

Peter Hepplewhite
Authors:
Peter Hepplewhite

Truth or Busted's Victorians title explores popular myths about the Victoria era, its people and events in a tongue-in-cheek, humorous way that kids will find unputdownable! Alongside features such as 'Flabbergastation!' in which we discover the oddest aspects of Victorian life, Truth or Busted statements such as 'Queen Victoria was not amused' or 'George Stephenson was a reckless driver' are explored. We look at where the idea came from, whether it has any basis in truth, or whether it can be consigned to folklore. Finally, each statement is given a TRUTH or BUSTED evaluation!A must for anyone studying the Victorians at key stage 2 or key stage 3!

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Roman Britain

Peter Hepplewhite
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Peter Hepplewhite
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The Eastern Front

Peter Hepplewhite
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Peter Hepplewhite

Each book focuses on an aspect of World War II through exploration of a wealth of primary source material. A factual presentation of each topic is given alongside personal accounts and case-studies giving the reader an insight into the period. Evidence is explored and assessed throughout each book, which encourages children to debate and evaluate different sources.

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In Victorian Times

Peter Hepplewhite
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Peter Hepplewhite
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In the Second World War

Peter Hepplewhite
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Peter Hepplewhite