In place …
Moira Butterfield has just published two Lonely Planet, City Trail books for children – Rome and Washington. They features themed trails that that introduce readers to history, culture, food and nature, and plenty of amazing facts, too. Look out for her forthcoming book in the same series on Barcelona.
Rome: ISBN-10: 1786579634/ISBN-13: 978-1786579638
Washington: ISBN-10: 1786577275/ISBN-13: 978-1786577276
… and time
The year: 1968. They were turbulent times, with huge advances in science and music that remains with us today, but was also marked by what seemed like a never-ending war and, in the U.S, the assassinations of both Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy. Brian Williams charts a tempestuous year in, inevitably, Those Were the Days.
The History Press
ISBN-10: 0750984309/ISBN-13: 978-0750984300
And further back still ...
Stewart Ross is pleased to announce that his Timewarp Trials, launched by Evans before they disappeared, have now reappeared under the Readzone imprint. Stewart describes the idea: ‘Professor Geekmeister has found a way to bring historical characters back to life for your readers to put on trial … are they guilty or innocent?’ Titles are Boudicca, Guy Fawkes, Henry VIII and William the Conqueror. Interacative and delightfully illustrated. For ages 7–11.
ISBN-10: 1783226331/ISBN-13: 978-1783226337