Juvenile Grades 1-2 Ages 6-7 - History

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Juvenile Grades 1-2 Ages 6-7 - History

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  • Dec 31, 2009

    stacylw  from Blackfoot, Id, Rating:5.0

    Best book I have read in a long time. Well written and a very heartwarming story. I loved this book and have told many people about it.

  • Dec 19, 2008

    wilkerson01  from Florida, Rating:4.0

    this book has lots of information and is a good book for the price to add to the library, especially for homeschoolers.

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    Jun 24, 2007

    gorge2007  from Orlando, FL, Rating:5.0

    Great Information on how well do you know black history? It makes the game much more interesting. It really makes you think you know all about black history because there are a lot of questions.

  • Sep 4, 2006

    Anonymous  from Harrisburg, PA, Rating:5.0

    This book is so much fun! While it is very informative, it is also interactive. Just about every page has something you can "touch", open, lift, or move. It reminds me of pop-up books from my childhood. The book itself is very large and contains a lot of information. It would be a great prop for a child's book report on egypt. Just super!

  • Apr 18, 2008

    ojo67  from Middleburg, Fl, Rating:4.0

    Good children`s book with good pictures. Must say that egyptian pictures bear symbolic meaning, and therefore the colors are important; in the book the colors (of the gods` clothes, for instant) are not true, but the illustrator`s ideas of the egyptian art. The text fails to explain that the nation that populates the land of Egypt now has little to do with the ancient egytians (it sounds like the autor doesn`t know or doesn`t care). Except for that and other common misenterpretations of egyptian culture, the book gives children good start on learning about ancient Egypt and most mysterios parts of it - gods, mummification... Good book. I would defenitely recommend it to my friends.

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