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  • ISBN 0670844926
  • ISBN13 978-0670844920
  • Language English
  • Author Tim Wood
  • Publisher Viking Juvenile (September 1, 1992)
  • Pages 48
  • Formats lrf mobi lrf doc
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Geography and Cultures
  • Size ePub 1845 kb
  • Size Fb2 1138 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 823

The palace of Montezuma, the Great Temple of Tenochtitlan, a typical Aztec house, and the temple of the Aztec Knights are depicted on acetate that can be peeled back to reveal the activities inside, complemented by an informative textual survey.

Tim Woods is one best writers working in children's history books. The two books read together will give any school child a great understanding of the Aztecs and the end of their Empire.

Tim Woods is one best writers working in children's history books. He must have close to a hundred books published. In "The Aztecs" he has produced a solid general history of the Aztec empire. It is both well written and clearly organized. Unforutnately, the illustrations are mediocre and the "See-through Scenes" are a bit on the gimmicky side.

The Aztecs (See Through History). This book offered a great visual reference to go along with our history reading. The kids were particularly grossed out and intrigued by the chacmool (where the human hearts were placed after people were sacrificed. 0670844926 (ISBN13: 9780670844920). Crazy stuff, and probably not something we'll soon forget. Mar 15, 2016 Laura Cushing rated it really liked it. Nice kids history book with look inside overlays. Learned a few things.

See the ancient Aztec civilization in all its complexity-from the start of the first civilization in Mexico to the organization of the vast Aztec Empire

Select Format: Hardcover. See the ancient Aztec civilization in all its complexity-from the start of the first civilization in Mexico to the organization of the vast Aztec Empire. The magnificent palace of Montezuma, the Great Temple of Tenochtitlan, a typical Aztec house and the temple of the Aztec Knights are all featured in stunning see-through page spreads.

The Wild West (See Through History) Hardcover – March 1, 1998. Wood also notes the gap between the reality of frontier life and the romance of most popularizations of the period. by. Tim Wood (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. While not an essential purchase, this title is certainly a respectable addition. Coop Renner, Coldwell ate School, El Paso, TX.

See Through History is a series of information books for children aged seven upwards. Each book contains information, quotations and captions providing a vivid description of the times. This book explores the Aztecs. Each book in the series features acetate-based cutaway illustrations.

Items related to The Aztecs (See Through History). Grade 4-7- These books combine fine illustrations, both photographs and drawings, with a clearly written text to cover basic information about the social life and customs of two ancient civilizations. Wood, Tim The Aztecs (See Through History). ISBN 13: 9780670844920. The Aztecs (See Through History). Maps at the beginning of each book provide students with a frame of reference while a list of important dates offers a context in which to place the culture. Rome describes only a brief moment in the history of the Roman Empire, the Augustan era at the height of the early Empire.

The Aztecs were a Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican people of central Mexico in the 14th, 15th, and 16th centuries. During the empire, the city was built on a raised island in Lake Texcoco. Modern-day Mexico City was constructed on the ruins of Tenochtitlan.

Find nearly any book by Tim Wood. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. England in the Middle Ages (History in Action). by Chris Jordan, Tim Wood. ISBN 9780719540950 (978-0-7195-4095-0) Softcover, John Murray, 1988. Find signed collectible books: 'England in the Middle Ages (History in Action)'.

The Aztecs (See-Through History) by Tim Wood (NY: Viking Books, 1992). Aztec Calendar - includes an Introduction to the Aztec Calendar as well as a date calculator for converting any date in the Gregorian or Julian calendar into a date on the Aztec calendar. Created by a student at the Universidad Internacional (UNINTER) in Cuernavaca, Mexico. The Aztec News: The Greatest Newspaper in Civilization by Philip Steele (MA: Candlewick Press, 1997).

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Brightfury
Tim Woods is one best writers working in children's history books. He must have close to a hundred books published. In "The Aztecs" he has produced a solid general history of the Aztec empire. It is both well written and clearly organized. Unforutnately, the illustrations are mediocre and the "See-through Scenes" are a bit on the gimmicky side. On a side note, "The Aztecs" is a great companion work to Richard Platt's "Aztecs: The Fall of the Aztec Capital" which is a great book about Hernan Cortes' conquest of the Aztec Empire. The two books read together will give any school child a great understanding of the Aztecs and the end of their Empire.
Malogamand
Excellent source for information needed for a diorama.