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Philip Wilkinson

Philip Wilkinson

  • 5 stars across 17 books
Philip Wilkinson has written around 50 non-fiction books for children, mostly on historical and cultural subjects. His titles include the award-winning Amazing Buildings, histories of ancient and medieval civilizations, retellings of myths and legends, and several volumes in Dorling Kindersley's bestselling Eyewitness series. He is also the author of the book accompanying the successful TV series What the Romans Did For Us. Philip lives in the Cotswolds, England.
1st August 2005

Rome

From the eighth century BCE until its fall, this mighty empire set the standard for many civilizations to follow - from ... MoreRome

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12th February 2015

History Showtime: Vikings

History Showtime brings a fresh new approach to history, combining essential learning with the fun of drama and music.... MoreHistory Showtime: Vikings

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1st August 2012

Time

This wordless picture book introduces young learners to the concept of telling time. The engaging, colorful images show ... MoreTime

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1st February 2009

Flight

This series brings flight to life, with up-to-date information and state-of-the-art 3D illustrations that practically le... MoreFlight

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1st April 2002

Speedway

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24th February 2009

Joan of ARC: The Teenager Who Saved Her Nation

Around 1412, a baby girl was born in the village of Domremy who would change France forever. A farmer's ... MoreJoan of ARC: The Teenager Who Saved Her Nation

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18th August 2006

Byd Llongau

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4th August 2008

World Atlas + CD

This atlas uses computer-generated continental and regional maps to create a reference tool for home and school. From Af... MoreWorld Atlas + CD

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