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Why do we remember?: The Battle of Hastings

Claudia Martin

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Why do we remember?, For National Curriculum Key Stage 1, Interest age: from c 6 years, Prose: non-fiction, History & the past: general interest (Children's /


A children's first history series that looks at some key events and personalities through history and explains why we remember them today

Why Do We Remember?: The Battle of Hastings looks at the gripping events that led up to the famous battle of Hastings in 1066 and the following Norman conquest of Anglo-Saxon Britain.

This simple, friendly children's first history series, aimed at readers aged 5 and up, takes a close look at some key events and personalities through history and reveals how and why they are still important to us today. A perfect support to learning about history at Key Stage 1, each book uses a rich variety of historical sources, from diaries to paintings, to bring events to life, while simple historical vocabulary is introduced and explained. Each book also features a simple timeline and explores how we find about the past. All text has been carefully checked by a historian.

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