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Usborne history books help children learn about Britain's past, and that of the wider world, with flap books and sticker books packed with historical detail, and beautifully illustrated encyclopedias and narrative histories that describe key events, famous people, inventions and discoveries.
Usborne history sticker books are illustrated with pictures, paintings and photographs of artefacts and include fascinating facts and historical detail. Written with the help of experts, they are a fun and informative way to learn about people, places and events of the past.
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Usborne See inside flap books have superb artwork reconstructions with fascinating details that bring history alive, and even more information to discover beneath the flaps.
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"A fun way to be introduced to history. I wish I had this book when I was in primary school!"
London Mums Magazine review of See inside history of Britain
A funny historical sticker book full of busy scenes from life in the Middle Ages, to be completed with the stickers provided.
A light-hearted and humorous sticker book that treks back twenty thousand years to take a look at how people lived in the last great ice age.
Usborne history books are enhanced with links to websites with animations, interactive lessons, games and virtual tours via the Usborne Quicklinks website.
"Usborne produce quality children's books... They have produced books about the world wars which are accessible, informative and engaging"
Kieran Whitworth, Imperial War Museums
The Usborne History of Britain tells the story of Britain from prehistoric times to the 21st century. Each book describes key events as well as social, economic and political developments, with a stunning range of illustrations from medieval manuscripts to Victorian railway posters. Usborne Beginners, for young readers, include beautifully illustrated introductions to the Celts and Elizabeth I.
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"It would be an excellent 'spine' for your history studies... These internet links would have taken me ages to source, this book has done it all for you."
The Curriculum Choice review of Encyclopedia of World History
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