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Jane Shuter

  • 4 stars across 82 books
    Jane Shuter was a primary school teacher for many years before becoming a full-time writer of children's non fiction. Her fascination with ancient Egypt began at the age of eight, when she saw her first mummy. She has written many books on the subject.
    1st August 2007

    The Ancient Egyptians

    Written by an acclaimed non-fiction children's author and illustrated with lavish photography, artwork and maps, each bo... More

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    27th April 2007

    Time Travel Guides Pack A of 6

    Freestyle Time Travel Guides take children on a trip through history to visit the great ancient civilisations. Each titl... More

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    30th November 1994

    The Aztecs

    Looks at the history and culture of the Aztecs through their artifacts, beliefs, customs, crafts, and a representative f... More

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    29th January 2015

    Shakespeare Today

    When the Chinese leader Wen Jiabao visited Britain in 2011 he said that Shakespeare was the greatest writer who ever liv... More

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    1st February 1998

    Britain Since 1930

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    1st December 2007

    Developing History Ages 9-10: Understanding and Interpreting the Past

    A series of seven photocopiable activity books - one for each year of primary school. The books follow the proven, succ... More

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    30th January 2014

    Shakespeare Alive Pack A of 3

    Who was William Shakespeare? How much do we really know about him, and why is he so famous? This unique collection of bo... More

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    30th January 2014

    Shakespeare and the Theatre

    Did you know that the only known purpose-built theatres in Shakespeare's England were in London and Bristol? Or that onl... More

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    1st December 2007

    Developing History Ages 10-11: Understanding and Interpreting the Past

    A series of seven photocopiable activity books - one for each year of primary school. The books follow the proven, succ... More

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    1st June 2004

    Children and the Blitz

    Introduces important historical events. Tells the 'story' of what happened, why, who was involved and what resulted from... More

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