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Jacqueline Morley

  • 5 stars across 43 books
    1st February 2016

    You Wouldn't Want To Be An Anglo-Saxon Peasant!

    You're a farmer's son living in England in the early 7th century. Your people are descendants of invaders from Northern ... More

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    1st September 2007

    A Shakespearean Theatre

    "A Shakespearean Theatre" is an invaluable guide to an important period in English history. With the use of superb cutaw... More

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    19th February 2015

    Make Do and Mend: A Very Peculiar History

    Jacqueline Morley explores the story of clothing in a time of crisis. Telling the story of clothes rationing, the Util... More

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    1st June 2004

    Avoid Being A Tudor Colonist!

    This work contains amusing illustrations and descriptive text, which provide an interesting insight into the age of expl... More

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    1st March 2004

    Avoid Becoming An Egyptian Pyramid Builder!

    The humorous cartoon-style illustrations and the narrative approach encourage readers to get emotionally involved with t... More

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    1st August 2007

    Avoid Being A Sumerian Slave!

    You certainly discover more about your country as you move from wealthy households to temples before finally ending up l... More

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    1st February 2013

    Avoid Meeting Typhoid Mary!

    This title in the very popular Danger Zone series explores the life and times of Typhoid Mary. Read about her early begi... More

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    1st February 2010

    Avoid Exploring With Marco Polo!

    As infamous explorer Marco Polo's sidekick, you can explore exciting new lands and behold magnificent beasts! And all so... More

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    1st February 2011

    An Egyptian Pyramid

    Step inside an ancient Egyptian building site where one of mankind's most spectacular creations is slowly taking shape. ... More

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