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Kubla Khan: The Emperor Of Everything

Kubla Khan The Emperor Of Everything

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An introduction to the thirteenth-century Chinese emperor which offers a more complete picture of the man than books which treat him as just a supporting player in Marco Polo's adventures.
Emperor Of Everything : the emperor of everything is a must own children's book. Written by Kathleen Krull and the publisher is Viking Juvenile. It went on sale on the 16th of September, 2010. The book is 34 pages long and it is full of nicely colored illustrations of maps. It's 11.1" Height x 9.29" Length x 0.39" Width. It has a weight of 1 lbs, click the hyperlink below.

Viking Juvenile


Model: FBA-|300163
ISBN: 0670011142
Author: Kathleen Krull

Always cast in a supporting role inside the numerous books about Marco Polo, the great Kubla Khan now takes center stage in a splendid picture-book biography. He can be a wonderful subject-a man who liked to live large, constructing the imperial city of Beijing from scratch, siring a hundred children, throwing birthday bashes for 40,000 guests. With astonishingly beautiful and detailed illustrations by Robert Byrd plus a clever text by Kathleen Krull, this portrait finally gives Kubla Khan his due. He ruled more than the greatest empire from the time, one that was lightyears ahead of Western civilization in terms of the arts, sciences, and technologies.



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