Britain in the Past: Bronze Age
Bronze Age offers a look at life in Britain in the Bronze Age from around 2500 BCE until 800 BCE, allowing young readers to imagine themselves taking part in life in the Bronze Age.
Britain in the Past aims to give younger children an understanding of everyday life in Britain for both rich and poor through fact-filled text, exciting illustrations and photographs of artefacts and re-enactors. Feature boxes, maps and lists complete the picture. Perfect for readers aged 7 and up.
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Overall, this is a great book and I would recommend it to anyone between the ages of 11 and 14. I also think it would be perfect for school libraries, because it is a quick and educational read.
Brendan, 13 Evening Echo (Cork)
Children will study the Bronze Age in KS2 history and the emphasis in this book on how people lived and the artefacts they used will really encourage young readers to imagine themselves taking part in life in the Bronze Age ... fact-filled text, exciting illustrations.
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