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Books with title Digging Up History

  • Digging Up History

    Lisa Jane Gillespie, Maria Cristina Pritelli

    Hardcover (Usborne Pub Ltd, June 1, 2010)
    Discusses how archaeologists find artifacts and what they can learn from them.
  • Beginners Digging Up History

    Lisa Gillespie

    Hardcover (Usborne Publishing Ltd, )
    How do ancient things get buried? Who digs them up? And what do they find? Beginner readers can find answers to these questions and more in this colourful information book. Illustrated with stunning photographs and illustrations accompanied by short, informative text developed with reading experts. Includes carefully selected internet-links to exciting websites.
  • Digging Up History: Archaeologists

    Judy Monroe Peterson

    Library Binding (Powerkids Pr, Sept. 1, 2008)
    Looks at the work of archaeologists, including their working conditions and the scientific discoveries they have made.
  • Digging Canadian History

    Rebecca Grambo

    Paperback (Whitecap Books, April 5, 2006)
    Canada's most remarkable historic treasures and events. What happened at Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump and how did it get its name? Where could you find oranges growing in Nova Scotia in the early 1800s? Digging Canadian History answers these questions and many more, revealing many astonishing facts and events from Canada's past. From a sunken steamboat to the discovery of a frozen man, this cross-country investigation visits every province and territory, stopping at places such as Red Bay, Labrador, and the Fall Caribou Crossing in Nunavut. Also included is a trivia collection of odd facts plus a resource guide on how to find further information. This engaging book demonstrates that Canada has a remarkable story to tell and it encourages children to discover more about the country's past. In fact, Canadian history can be so much fun that kids will ask for more.
  • Digging into History

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    Library Binding (Benchmark Books, Jan. 1, 2009)