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Tudor Home (The History Detective…

Tudor Home (The History Detective Investigates)

by Alan Childs

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0750237503, Paperback)

With the help of history detective Sherlock Bones, this book shows what Tudor homes were like to live in. The reader will discover how Tudor homes were built and find out about chimneys, glass, beds, toilets, kitchens, and gardens—in town and country homes, both rich and poor. Full of fascinating information, the reader is presented with stimulating questions and prompts to help them compile their own project on Tudor homes.

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What was it really like to live in a Tudor home? The History Detective investigates.

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