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The Silk Road: 20 Projects Explore The World's Most Famous Trade Route (build It Yourself Series)

Silk Road 20 Projects Explore

Permit me to share with you an excellent book entitled Silk Road: 20 Projects Explore. Written by Kathryn Ceceri and it was published on the 1st of January, 2011 by Nomad Press. The child's book is 128 pages long. The child's book is 0.31"H x 10.01"L x 8"W. It has got a weight of 0.7 lbs, add to cart by selecting the hyperlink below.

Nomad Press


MPN: FBA-|305911
ISBN: 1934670626
Author: Kathryn Ceceri

Shedding light on a legendary passage between the Mediterranean Sea and China, this overview outlines the history, geography, and males and girls of the Silk Road region. The merchants, conquerors, pilgrims, and diplomats who set out on the fabled route in search of wealth, power, and understanding — which includes Marco Polo himself — are also documented, illustrating the vast deserts, towering mountain peaks, warring tribes, and marauding bandits they endured. Spanning from Roman times till the Age of Exploration, this noteworthy route helped spread different forms of technology, various cultural traditions, and even academic theories across two continents and beyond. Through entertaining activities  that use everyday materials, this guide enables children to re-create the clothes and foods of the nomadic tribes and city dwellers who made their homes along the historical Silk Road. Illuminating a mysterious and a lot more obscure portion inside the world, this narrative celebrates the Silk Road's important role in the improvement of human civilization.



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