2 edition of History of the world for young readers. found in the catalog.
History of the world for young readers.
Paul Joseph Gelinas
Written in English
Originally published, Grosset & Dunlap, 1965. For children.
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1 chapters — updated PM — 0 people liked it March Newsletter and Blog 1 chapters — updated Mar. This is a useful book for someone like me whose knowledge of world history is sketchy. Gombrich covers all the history of the whole world in a clear and entertaining way.
The reason for only four stars is he is frequently chatty, pausing to address a chatty remark directly to the reader who seems in his mind to be about 8 years old.
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History of the world for young readers by Gelinas, Paul J. Publication date Topics World history, World history Publisher New York, Grosset & DunlapPages: Biographies for Kids,Famous Leaders for Young Readers, biographies of famous people written for elementary age children, activities for Black History Month.
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