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Famous Figures of Medieval Times - Figures in Motion


Book Description
Children make movable action figures and relive the memorable events of the Middle Ages with Famous Figures of Medieval Times: Movable Paper Figures to Cut, Color, and Assemble. Includes ten figures on cardstock in full color and black amp white: Justinian I, Theodora, Richard I (The Lionheart), Charlemagne, Leif Eriksson, William I (The Conqueror), Genghis Khan, Francis of Assisi, Marco Polo, Joa... More
Book Information
PublisherFigures In Motion
BindingUnknown Binding
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages48
ISBN-100981856632
ISBN-13978-0981856636
Publication Date05/01/2011
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About Cathy Diez-Luckie (Author, Illustrator) : I am an artist who created Figures In Motion to develop great children’s activity books that are not only educational, but also lots of fun to use. I started out making moving figures for my three ... more
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3/22/2011 Cathy Diez-Luckie said:
The age of castles and conquest, monks and mystery lives again as William the Conqueror rushes to Hastings, ready to reclaim his crown from Harold and the Saxons. The Normans are victorious in this famous battle of 1066 wearing chain mail and carrying kite-shaped shields. Hundreds of years later, a ... more

tags: medieval times, Richard the Lionheart, William the Conqueror, children's book

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