The Amazing Pop-Up Stonehenge
Product Code: 50967
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Who built Stonehenge? How and when was it built? And why?
This book, aimed at the inquisitive child (and adult), looks at these questions and, with the aid of innovative paper technology, attempts to answer them. It shows how the massive stone blocks were transported and erected by our distant ancestors over 4,000 years ago, and tries to explain what the site was used for and why they put so much effort into building it.
Written by TV archaeologist and Stonehenge expert Julian Richards, this unique book is an excellent starting point for anyone interested in this mysterious and magnificent monument.
- 16 pages
- Published in 2011
Size: Approx. 186 mm (w) x 325 mm (h)
Author: Julian Richards
Author 2: Linda Birkinshaw (Illustrator)
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