Published by DK Children
Bring the past to life in an engaging question-and-answer format with this exhilarating history encyclopedia for children.
Where did the first humans come from? How many pandemics have there been? What is the world's oldest religion? This history book for children aged 7-9 helps inquisitive minds find out the answers to all the questions they may have about the past, and some they hadn't thought of!
From the Stone Age and classical civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome, through the magnificent medieval kingdoms of Africa and Asia, to the conflicts and communication of the modern age, What do we know about History takes children on a journey through the past to discover the stories of the people who came before us.
This extensive history encyclopedia for children aged 7-9 offers:
- More than 200 intriguing questions about world history, including "What happened in the colosseum?", "Who built the first cities?" and "Can a country go to war with itself?"
- Five different chapters on The Ancient World, The Middle Ages, The Age of Exploration, The Age of Revolution, and The Modern World.
- An engaging question-and-answer format making topics easily digestible and intriguing for children.
- "Quick quiz" boxes allowing the reader to test their knowledge of facts about history.
Bringing the past to life in an engaging question-and-answer format, this exhilarating encyclopedia for children features a different question and answer on each page, and a quick quiz designed to cement new knowledge. Bursting with mind-boggling details and fascinating facts, this visually striking book will be treasured by every young history enthusiast.
More in the series
At DK we believe in the power of discovery.
So why stop there?
The Why? Encyclopedia series by DK is an education collection for children with an interest in history, animals, science and how the world works. If you enjoyed What do we know about History?, why not try other titles in the series, Did you know? Animals, Did you know? Space, Did you know? Science? and more educational titles for curious minds.
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