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You Wouldn't Want to Be An Assyrian Soldier!

An Ancient Army You'd Rather Not Join
Matthews, Rupert (Book - 2007 )
Average Rating: 3.5 stars out of 5.
You Wouldn't Want to Be An Assyrian Soldier!


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- Humorous "Handy Hints" that relate directly to the text are provided on each spread. - High interest topic for children of all ages. - Includes Table of Contents, glossary, and index. - Draws in even the most reluctant reader with a lightheaded tone and hilarious illustrations. - The cultures and traditions of ancient civilizations spring to life in the pages of this series. - Perfect for struggling readers. Grades K-4 Social Studies Standards II. Time, Continuity, and Change - Accounts of past events, people, places, and situations contribute to our understanding of the past I. Culture - People, societies, and cultures address needs and concerns in ways that are both similar and different
Authors: Matthews, Rupert
Title: You wouldn't want to be an Assyrian soldier!
an ancient army you'd rather not join
Publisher: Danbury, CT. :, Franklin Watts,, 2007
Characteristics: 32 p. :,col. ill. ;,25 cm
Statement of Responsibility: written by Rupert Matthews ; illustrated by David Antram ; created and designed by David Salariya
Notes: Includes index
Additional Contributors: Antram, David - 1958-
Salariya, David
ISBN: 0531187276
9780531187272
9780531189221
0531189228
Branch Call Number: j 935.03 M441y 2007
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