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Bible Lands
by Jonathan N. Tubb 1765/835 first published 1991
Non-Fiction for ages 9 to 16 published by Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd
Available from:  Amazon.co.uk
* £7.99, usually dispatched within 3 to 5 weeks.
Karen King's humble opinion
10/10 Excellent work. Well done!
What's it about?
A highly illustrated reference book about the lands of the Old Testament and the people who lived there.
What happens?
This book covers the story of the Holy Land, its geography, history and ancient civilizations. In the usual DK style, the information is in bite-size chunks and the book is highly illustrated with maps, artefects, food, jewellery and ancient Bible scrolls.
Is it easy to read?
The vocabularly is a little difficult for children under nine but they will enjoy looking at the many illustrations which bring the Bible Lands alive.
Anything else?
An excellent book. An invaluable reference book for use at school or home, produced in association with the British Museum.
Who says so?
This review by Karen King.
The publisher reckons...
Each title in the "Eyewitness" series is an informative, visual account of the wonders of the world around us. Illustrated with colour photographs of objects from the natural world, from specialist museums and from rare private collections, the series offers a fresh approach to the mysteries of nature, history, science, arts, crafts and pastimes. This collection of specially commissioned photographs looks at the story of the Holy Land. The book examines how different cultures have influenced and transformed the area.
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