From early civilisations through to the modern era, A Child Through Time is a highly original look at history for kids. Discover what life was like for Egyptian, Viking, Tudor and Cold War children, see the toys they played with and the food they ate in this fascinating book, jam-packed with history facts and illustrations that bring the children to life.
With profiles of real children from different time periods, children will learn more than ever about the real life Pocahontas, Marie Antoinette and even Anne Frank.
This book is suitable for readers between 7 and 12 years of age.
Delve into the historic moments they witnessed and get a real insight into how they would have looked. A Child Through Time is perfect for kids looking to discover how their lives could have been.
Phil Wilkinson is a nonfiction author, educated at Corpus Christi College at Oxford. Since becoming an author, after a career as an editor, he has written more than 40 books for children and adults, specializing in history, religion, architecture, and the arts.
Steve Noon is a British illustrator, born in Kent, England. Since 1985, Noon has worked as a professional artist. Noon attended art college in Cornwall. His illustrations have been award winning, particularly those under publisher Dorling Kindersley.