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Books published by publisher Anness

  • The Roman Empire: What Life was Like in the Ancient World

    Philip Steele

    Paperback (Anness, Jan. 1, 2000)
    Packed with more than 200 photographs, cross-sections, maps, and a pictorial timeline. Fact boxes provide extra insights and highlight links with the present.
  • The History Encyclopedia

    Brian Ward

    Hardcover (Anness, Dec. 7, 2004)
    Discover how humans populated the world, how food was grown, and how communites wre formed. Find out how weapons wre invented and developed and how art, theater, fashion, goverment and architecture evolved.
  • Goldfish: Looking After my Pet Series

    David Alderton

    Hardcover (Anness, Nov. 5, 2003)
    This delightful book is filled with essential information about choosing a goldfish, feeding and looking after it.
  • Exploring History: A Journey Through Time, From Prehistory to the Modern World

    Lorenz Editors

    Hardcover (Anness, Nov. 2, 2001)
    A beautifully illustrated reference that takes the reader through time, showing the reality of what it was like to live in the past.
  • The Ancient Americas

    Jen Green

    Paperback (Anness, June 26, 2003)
    Discover all about the everday life of America's native peoples through the 25,000 years of human history.
  • From the Stone Age to The Space Age

    Philip Brookes

    Paperback (Anness, June 26, 2003)
    From the first steps towards civilization among prehistoric peoples, this visual encyclopedia moves on to explore the early societies of Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas, and their history-making achievements such as the invention of writing.
  • Lizards

    Mark O'Shea

    Hardcover (Anness, Aug. 29, 2003)
    With over 150 superb action shots and artworks of lizards, children will not fail to be hooked on learning more about these fascinating creatures.
  • Hunters: Encyclopedia of Nature's Predators in the Wild

    Michael Bright

    Hardcover (Anness, Dec. 7, 2004)
    This book gives a remarkable insight into the survival of the fittest and the strongest in the wild.
  • Exploring History: Prehistoric Peoples

    Philip Brooks

    Paperback (Anness, June 3, 2008)
    Imagine life in a distant age, a time when the first people hunted with sticks and spears made from wood and stone. Discover the prehistoric world and find out what it was like to live through the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages, and how the first settled communities grew up. With over 200 photographs and illustrations, special features, maps and key date panels, the book is designed to be accessible on many levels for children aged 8-12. This is the perfect introduction to the prehistoric world for the enthusiastic young reader, and provides an excellent home-study volume for children working on projects or who just want to have fun learning.
  • Step Into: The Inca World

    Philip Steele

    Paperback (Anness, Aug. 22, 2006)
    Step back in time to discover the spectacular world of the Incas and their ancestors. Successors to the Chimu gold workers and the Tiwanaku lake people, the Incas ruled the most spectacular empire South America has ever seen. The land of the Sun God was bright with many treasures houses of gold, the most fabulous clothes and huge stone buildings. This book uncovers the secrets of the mummy bundles, the mystery of the giant lines in the Nazca desert and the intricate rope bridges high in the Andes Mountains. Projects actively involve the reader in understanding the past: make a reed boat that really floats, create an Inca drum and design a tunic fit for an emperor.
  • Noah's Ark and Other First Bible Stories

    Victoria Parker

    Hardcover (Anness, Dec. 1, 1999)
    How did Moses cross the Red Sea snd who gave Jospeh his beautiful coat? This book gathers together fascinating stories from the Old Testament, retelling them in simple language and iwth clear explanations.
  • How Ancient Americans Lived: The Native Tribes and the Peoples of the Frozen North

    Jen Green, Michael Stotter

    Paperback (Anness, April 25, 2006)
    Discover the world of the first peoples of northern America with exciting stories of North American Indians and the Inuit peoples.