Who Do You Think You Are? Be a Family Tree Detective

Publisher: Walker Books

Review

Inspired by the BBC TV series, this engaging book is ideal for all young family detectives. It includes step-by-step guidance on how to start researching family history, advice on the sorts of questions to ask family members as well as tips on how to decipher old photographs and how to read a census.

The text is fun and informative and includes lots of facts, tips and internet links as well as useful guidance on understanding family history within its historical context. The book also includes a pull-out family tree chart, index cards and a 'My Treasure Book' notebook for recording findings.

Genealogy is presented in an interesting and novel way, which will engage children and get them delving into the family archive!

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