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What would it be like to be a Muslim kid long ago? How would you keep busy? This book lets you find out – not just by reading, but by doing things and making stuff. (Learning ought to be fun, right?) The Early Islamic people formed a huge empire that spread out across the Middle East, Africa, Europe and Asia. How did they manage to conquer all those places, and still have time for family and fun? Learn about their religious beliefs, their battles, their homes, science and medicine. You’ll even get to try your hand at making an Islamic wall tile!
- A creative take on history that supports the Key Stage 2 curriculum
- Includes a hands-on activity and a ‘day in the life of a scribe’ feature
- Bright and colourful layout full of fun facts, illustrations and weblinks
- Cross-curricular links to geography, art, science, technology and maths
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