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Description - Roman Activity Book by Sue Weatherill

Colourful projects to support the curriculum and also for fun. Step-by-step instructions, tip top tips, lots of interesting facts about Roman times and an extra stencil to help make the projects.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781902915340
ISBN-10: 1902915348
Format: Paperback
(278mm x 216mm x mm)
Pages: 24
Imprint: b small publishing limited
Publisher: b small publishing limited
Publish Date: 1-Sep-2005
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Sue Weatherill

Steve Weatherill: I trained in animation at the RCA and in a past life worked in advertising and drew a strip cartoon for the FT. With my wife, Sue, joint author of many of my books, and my two sons, I live in the heart of the Lincolnshire countryside with a flock of geese, the inspiration for my picture book character Baby Goz (published by Frances Lincoln). I like to think that the humour I inject into my books makes sure that both children and adults enjoy them. For b small, with my wife, I have written the Crafty History Series and the Read & Play series. You might also catch me touring the UK with my 'roadshow', introducing children in schools and libraries to Baby Goz and my other characters. Sue Weatherill: I first started working with Steve on the Egyptian Activity book after a family visit to Egypt. I was useless at history at school so all the fascination of the subject suddenly hit me. I particularly enjoyed researching for the Prehistoric Activity book. I think it made me feel quite young. And I still can't walk down a pebbled drive without looking for fossils.