It's a Feudal, Feudal World: A Different Medieval History Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-10 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 4 user ratings

" Superb! The Middle Ages in pictures, infographics, and thorough, but simply written information. The perfect picture book for sixth graders studying the Middle Ages. " said.

" Loved the graphics and the sense of humor. Actually learned some stuff too . . . Didn't know Anglo was Angle; had to look that up. " said.

" I loved this book. It is engaging, entertaining and educational. My students will love it. I hope it is part of a series. " said.

" Really good introduction to the middle ages. Laid out in a fun and engaging way, with lots of illustrations and simplified text. " said.

" Wow! This book is just as fun as it is informative. I loved the dry historical facts here.I have boys in my class who balk at reading stories but can totally immerse themselves in any non-fiction with pictures and facts. They will be thrilled with this one. " said.

" I've studied a fair amount about this subject, and I learned a lot more from this book. And what a clever and fun title! The book is entertaining and interesting, and I wish they would do a series. I'd read them all. " said.

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"It’s a Feudal, Feudal World is an innovative book that explores medieval history through infographics, cartoons, and lively text. It covers a wide range of topics, from life expectancy to siege methods. Throughout it makes a point to emphasize the contributions of both women and men, and to highlight the intercultural influences on the period. As a bit of a medievalist myself, I was thrilled to see how much detail was fit into such a short volume."
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"This reminds me a bit of the "You Wouldn't Want to be a..." series.
It is an overview of medieval history from the fall of the Roman Empire to the beginning of the Renaissance. The use of humor, charts, infographics, maps, and timelines gives students a lot of information but broken into smaller, more manageable chunks. It is not limited solely to Europe but also includes Persia, Central Asia, and China. There is representation of weapons, faiths, artisans, peasants, rulers, etc. Each topic has a two-page spread with interesting and useful facts and tidbits.
A good beginning resource for those studying or interested in this topic.
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