Viking Raiders (Usborne Time Traveler) by Anne Civardi (2004-09-02)

Book Viking Raiders (Usborne Time Traveler) by Anne Civardi (2004-09-02)

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- Publisher: Usborne Books (1762)
- Bestsellers rank: 9
- Category: Other books
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  • By B.A. Wilson on April 9, 2018

    Okay, this is by far one of my favorite Viking reference books (out of the 12-ish that I've read so far), even though it's written for kids (probably because of that). It provides so much straightforward information about the Vikings in a format that is very easy to peruse and consume. It's both informative and fun to look at.This text has a bit of a graphic novel feel about it, because it uses pictures and explanations to help explain Viking life, with big sprawling two page scenes full of descriptions for what's going on in the pictures. It did a great job of helping me better understand what a Viking village might have looked like, what the inside of a Viking longhouse might have looked liked, and all the different parts of ships and ship building.I really love this one so much that I may see if it's possible to buy a copy. (I borrowed it from the library)

  • By Naomi on November 30, 2012

    This book has an attractive format for introducing the culture of the people of the Vikings. My son perused the book cover-to-cover first to peak his interest and then was assigned a two-page spread a day.

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