With vivid illustrations and over 70 flaps to lift, this action-packed book transports readers into the battlefields of the First World War, from the muddy trenches of northern France to the jungles of East Africa. Packed with essential information about the First World War, from the start of the conflict in 1914 to its resolution in 1918. Look inside trenches, see an attack across no man’s land, find out what goes on inside a tank, how fighter planes defended the skies against airships and lots more. Written in conjunction with a historical consultant from the Imperial War Museums.
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Rob Lloyd Jones never wanted to be a writer when he grew up – he wanted to be Indiana Jones! So he studied Egyptology and archaeology, and went on expeditions to strange places. But all he found were interesting stories, so he decided to write them down. Rob has won a string of awards, including the Royal Society Young People’s Book Prize, The PhoeniMore about Rob Lloyd Jones