|Product Name||The Children's Pictorial Atlas Of Ancient Civilizations|
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|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ 0773732365|
|Price New||313.74 US Dollars (curriencies)|
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|Long Description||Daniela De Luca's charming illustrations will stimulate children's imagination and curiosity as they enter the world of ancient civilizations for the first time. Here is a panorama of the great societies of the past, approached through brief introductory text and child-friendly, historically accurate illustrations. Beginning with the birth of civilization, The Children's Pictorial Atlas of Civilization takes readers on an around-the-world tour of the ancient world with stops in such places as Egypt, Rome, Greece, Japan, China, Mesopotamia, and India. Children will be so fascinated by the lives of the Celts, Vikings, Mayas, Aztecs, and Incas, they may just forget they're learning! Tornadoes, ghost stories, hand-me-downs, outhouses, Eaton's catalogues, and barn animals all play a part in her memories. Readers will respond to her unique perspective on the events and experiences of a prairie childhood.|
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