Days Of Knights And Damsels: An Activity Guide
Chicago Review Press
Author: Laurie Carlson
More than 100 illustrated crafts, projects, and games help recreate the culture and world of the Middle Ages, when books were handmade and read by candlelight, sundials told the hour, and going barefoot was illegal. Searching for an amazing child's history book? Days Of Knights And Damsels: An Activity, an activity guide written by Laurie Carlson is a fantastic book. Written by Laurie Carlson and it was published by Chicago Review Press. It was available on bookshelves in March of 1998. The children's book is focused on Handicraft and it is thought to be nice juvenile literature. The children's book is 174 pages long and it provides illustrations. It talks about Middle Ages, select the weblink below.
- Number of Pages: 174
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- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
Kids can re-create a long-ago planet of kings, castles, jousts, jesters, damsels, magic fairies, and Robin Hood— all they need are their imaginations, supplies they can find at home, as well as the activities in this book. Every activity is illustrated, and sidebars highlight colorful facts about life hundreds of years ago. Dressing up in a coat of armor made from plastic milk jugs, whipping up a batch of curds and whey, writing secret messages in invisible ink, and telling time with a sand glass made from soda bottles are just some within the fun projects.
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