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The Story of Mankind (Fully Illustrated in B&w)

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Synopsis:

Hendrik van Loon attempted to write a complete history of mankind for younger readers. It was a great success and won him the first John Newbery medal. Although influenced by his own attitudes and those of his day (it is very Western-centric), it will still inform and delight a contemporary audience. Please note this is a new edition (not a scan) of the text of the original version, but all the charming original illustrations have been included (in black and white).

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ISBN:
9781849026000
Author:
Van Loon, Hendrik Willem
Publisher:
Benediction Classics
Author:
Van Loon, Hendrik, Loon Hendrik
Author:
van Loon, Hendrik Willem
Subject:
Children s Nonfiction-World History
Publication Date:
20101131
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English

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"Synopsis" by , Hendrik van Loon attempted to write a complete history of mankind for younger readers. It was a great success and won him the first John Newbery medal. Although influenced by his own attitudes and those of his day (it is very Western-centric), it will still inform and delight a contemporary audience. Please note this is a new edition (not a scan) of the text of the original version, but all the charming original illustrations have been included (in black and white).
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