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Pickling With Words

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Strap yourself in for a breakneck, rib-tickling trip through the whole of British history in Pickling with Words, a poem that gives a humorous and informative account of Britain's development, from Stonehenge to Brexit, introducing young readers to the wars, rulers, cultural shifts and bloody occurrences that have shaped the country. Filled with ingenious rhymes and charming, vibrant illustrations, children will be enthralled and want to read it over and over again.

Издательство: "Salariya" (2018)

ISBN: 978-1-912537-16-7

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