Ancient Warriors

Publisher: Flying Eye Books

Review

Do you have a history nerd in your family? This book is for them! From Alexander the Great to Joan of Arc, Ancient Warriors teaches you pretty much everything there is to know about the warriors of the world. By helping us learn about the first war, the first weapon and the weapons which are used today, this book is a fully illustrated timeline of significant events and figures in history.

There are so many beautiful images within this book. They form a great accompaniment to the range of fascinating facts in incredible detail. The large format makes it an ideal choice for teachers to use during history lessons in schools.

This is a topic that has rarely been covered in children’s non-fiction, and this book is certainly not one to be missed.

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