Series: See inside
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WARNING! Not suitable for children under 36 months because of small parts. Choking hazard.
With stunning illustrations and over 60 flaps to lift, children can explore plague-ridden London, the British Empire, a Victorian factory and other key events in Britain’s incredible history. Scenes include “The Middle Ages”, “Tudor Times” and “Britain at War”. A “Famous People” section at the back of the book features Britons of note such as Oliver Cromwell, Emmeline Pankhurst and The Beatles.
“A fun way to be introduced to history. I wish I had this book when I was in primary school! Brilliant.”
London Mums Magazine
“This is a marvellous history book... We highly recommend see inside History of Britain as an exciting addition to any child’s non-fiction book collection.”
Adventures in Homeschooling
“See Inside the History of Britain is a superb round-up of the history of our fair islands, stretching back as far as early Britain, through troubled medieval times right up to Britain at War. Each double-page spread is filled with flaps and sections to reveal and explore. You can look behind the scenes at a Tudor house, or discover what lurks in a medieval forest or castle.”
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