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H.E. Marshall - Our Island Story (2nd Hand Hardback)

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SKU B002254

If you are you looking to inspire your child with the story of Britain's history, H.E. Marshall's classic Our Island Story is perfect.

A child's history of our island - Great Britain (very largely of England) - from earliest legendary times delightfully retold.

Beginning with the stories of Albion and Brutus, it relates all the interesting legends and hero tales in which the history of England abounds through the the reign of Queen Victoria and the first World War.

Suitable for children ages 9 and up to read to themselves and for children as young as 6 as a read-aloud.

  • Format : Slightly Larger Thick 2nd Hand Hardback
  • Condition : Very Good
  • Category : Non-Fiction - Children's Non-Fiction
  • Published : 1905 (This Edition 2005 - Civitas)
  • ISBN : 9781902984742
  • SKU : B002254
  • PPC : SP1200gm
  • RRP : Unknown
  • Quantity Available : 1 only.

496pp. With dust jacket. Blue cloth hardboard illustrated covers. Contains colour illustrated plates.

External Reviews

"Excellent book about the history of Britain and its kings - the stories are written clearly, concisely and it explains difficult concepts and words in an easy to understand way. The history becomes a big adventure story. I found it hard to put down. Can't wait to read this to my kids when they get a bit older."

"A lovely, read aloud, big-picture, history of England that has aged rather well." - Goodreads Reviews.

"The histories of most islands . . . are stories of comings and goings, of invaders and immigrants. The story of our island is one of these. We need to tell our children the whole story . . ." - M. Kaufmann.

The Author

Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall was a British author, particularly well known for her works of popular national history for children. She is best known for her 1905 work Our Island Story: A History of England for Boys and Girls.

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