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The Real Vikings : Craftsmen, Traders, And Fearsome Raiders

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Real Vikings Craftsmen

National Geographic Children's Books

MPN: FBA-|301846
ISBN: 0792251326
Author: Gilda Berger

Kids love Real Vikings : Craftsmen. The author is Gilda Berger and it is published by National Geographic Children's Books. The child's book went on sale sometime in 2003. The book is 64 pages long and it provides quite a few beautifully colored illustrations of maps. To obtain your very own copy of this book for your kids, click on the shopping cart add to cart button on this page.

Most of the people believe of Vikings as fierce and merciless, but is the reality that the whole truth?) Readers examine the magnificent sailing ships that enabled the Vikings to rule the seas for more than 300 years, and learn how they traveled all through Europe, into Russia, to North America, as well as towards the Middle East, altering the face and civilizations of much utilizing the world. This beautifully illustrated book now tells the rest of their story, revealing the complete range of Viking life and culture. A vivid look at exciting times — and a great resource for school reports! The Bergers present the Vikings' notable accomplishments as skilled craftsmen, hard-working farmers, prosperous merchants, explorers of faraway lands — and as firm believers in personal independence and democracy. (And they didn't even put on those funny horned hats!


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