Series: Crafts from the Past

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The Aztecs by Gillian Chapman
The Egyptians by Gillian Chapman
The Greeks by Gillian Chapman
The Romans by Gillian Chapman
The Vikings by Gillian Chapman

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  1. Children of Europe (Children Just Like Me) by Barnabas Kindersley (1995)
  2. History Pockets: Ancient Civilizations, Grades 1-3 by Jill Norris (2003)
  3. Kids' Florida (DK Kids' Travel Guides) by DK Publishing (2001)
  4. Gods & Goddesses In the Daily Life of the Ancient Romans by Peter Hicks (2002)
  5. Pharoahs & Mummies (Ladybird Explorers Plus) by Anita Ganeri (1996)
  6. The Usborne History Quizbook (Quizbooks Series) by Alastair Smith (1991)
  7. Ancient Egypt Activity Book: Arts, Crafts, Cooking and Historical AIDS (Hands-On Heritage) by Robyn Hamilton (1990)
  8. NASA and a Trip to the Moon by John Peel (2004)
  9. The Aztecs (See Through History) by Tim Wood (1992)
  10. Usborne Beginners: Romans by Katie Daynes (2004)
  11. Who Built the Pyramid? by Meredith Hooper (2001)
  12. Art in History: Ancient Greek Art by Susie Hodge (1997)
  13. The Jungle Book: A Story About Uniqueness [abridged - Chick-fil-A] by Kenn Goin (2002)
  14. How Would You Survive As an Ancient Greek? by Fiona MacDonald (1995)
  15. A Railroad and a Golden Spike (Chick-Fil-A Growing Kids Inside and Out) by Margo Lundell (2004)

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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