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HISTORY: Europe: Middle Ages


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HISTORY: Europe: Middle Ages


Castle life Juvenile Book Castle life

Reid, Struan.
J 940.1 REID

The castle -- The lord's visit -- A family home -- The chapel -- Health and hygiene -- Servants -- The dungeon -- Food and drink -- Entertainment -- Around the world -- The end of an age.



Children and games in the Middle Ages Juvenile Book Children and games in the Middle Ages

Elliott, Lynne, 1968-
J 796.0409 ELLIOTT

Provides an overview of the types of games children played during the Middle Ages.



Clothes and crafts in the Middle Ages Juvenile Book Clothes and crafts in the Middle Ages

Dawson, Imogen.
J 745.094 DAWSON

The Middle Ages was an historical period that lasted from 476 A.D. to 1492 A.D. The people of that time lived mostly in the countryside as farmers. They made their clothes and crafts from local materials, such as wool, leather, wood, clay, and iron. Skilled artisans also wove intricate tapestries, built huge cathedrals and palaces from stone and marble, painted frescoes on plaster, and styled beautiful clothing and jewelry.



Come to the castle! :   a visit to a castle in thirteenth-century England Juvenile Book Come to the castle! : a visit to a castle in thirteenth-century England

Ashman, Linda.
J 940.1 ASHMAN

Welcome to the 13th-century banquet at the castle of the Earl of Daftwood! Here young readers will meet all of the lords and ladies, the servants and the squires. They will discover surprises: flying silverware and mystery meat made of animal feet for dinner--life in the castle isn't always elegant.



Crispin :   the cross of lead Juvenile Book Crispin : the cross of lead

Avi, 1937-
J AVI

Falsely accused of theft and murder, an orphaned peasant boy in fourteenth-century England flees his village and meets a larger-than-life juggler who holds a dangerous secret.



Days of knights and damsels :  an activity guide Juvenile Book Days of knights and damsels : an activity guide

Carlson, Laurie M., 1952-
J 745.5 CARLSON

More than 100 illustrated crafts, projects, and games help recreate the culture and world of the Middle Ages, when books were handmade and read by candlelight, sundials told the hour, and going barefoot was illegal.



Digory and the lost king Juvenile Book Digory and the lost king

McAllister, Angela.
J MCALLIS

After having inadvertently acquired the reputation of being a brave young knight, Digory, now also a prince living in the castle, goes in search of the missing King Widget and finds his life complicated even further when he is mistaken for a wizard.



Drawing manga medieval castles and knights Juvenile Book Drawing manga medieval castles and knights

Nishida, Masaki, 1960-
J 741.51 NISHIDA

Numbered step-by-step instructions give age-appropriate guidance for drawing the knights and castles kids love in the Manga style.



Knight Juvenile Book Knight

Butterfield, Moira, 1960-
J 940.1 BUTTERF

"Traces the life of a typical knight in medieval times from birth to death, including childhood, becoming a knight, going to war, pilgrimages, and knightly duties. Includes primary source quotes"--Provided by publisher.



Knights & castles :  50 hands-on activities to experience the Middle Ages Juvenile Book Knights & castles : 50 hands-on activities to experience the Middle Ages

Hart, Avery.
J 940.1 HART

Introduces the Middle Ages, including activities and crafts that are representative of medieval life, for example creating an hour glass, a catapult, a coat of arms, and a code of honor.



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