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    • ISBN:9781526300249
    • Publication date:08 Dec 2016
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Vikings

By Jon Richards

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From the creators of the award-winning World in Infographics series, numbers tell the story of amazing events and dramatic historical periods.

History in Infographics helps children to visualise facts and statistics using a clever and appealing mix of graphics and numbers. The colourful, high-impact design will appeal to a wide range of children, from visual learners to struggling readers, capturing and then holding their attention. Infographics are a really exciting, different way to learn about core historical topics, and are ideal for fact-hungry children, revision work, and to improve the quality of presentations.

History in Infographics: The Vikings allows children to explore the Viking era like never before, finding out how people lived, what they ate, what they wore, how they were ruled and the gods they worshipped. Children can discover Viking warfare, and how the Vikings traded and raided their way across Europe - travelling thousands of miles from home to found settlements in places as far away as Britain, Iceland and North America.

Ideal for children of 9+, and fact and history lovers of all ages, the Vikings have never seemed more exciting!

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  • ISBN: 9780750291989
  • Publication date: 26 Apr 2018
  • Page count: 32
  • Imprint: Wayland
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