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by Joshua Doder

eBook The Timetraveller's Guide to Saxon and Viking London download ISBN: 1904153070
Author: Joshua Doder
Publisher: Salt Way Publishing (April 1, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 96
ePub: 1115 kb
Fb2: 1257 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Geography and Cultures

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The Time Traveller's Guide to Medieval England: A Handbook for Visitors is a handbook about Late Medieval England by British historian Ian Mortimer. The volume debunks and explains various myths about the period. The informal book is contained to 1300s in England, with passing references to the Continent.

Josh Lacey made his debut as a published author in 2004 with the non-fiction book The Timetraveller’s Guide to Saxon and Viking London (written as Joshua Doder). His first novel was A Dog Called Grk, published in 2005. His debut writing as Josh Lacey was in 2005 with the non-fiction book for adults God is Brazilian. Finally, his fiction debut as Lacey was Bearkeeper in 2008.

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The Time Traveler's Guide. Travel guides are designed to deliver helpful information about faraway places, but this one gets to the heart of a different time zone. Chock-full of surprises, this is exceptional social history, compellingly told; there should be ‘travel books’ like this for every century. How about London Bridge being 28 feet wide, but on either side there were buildings taking up 7 feet. So that would mean that the thoroughfare was only 14 feet wide. Imagine 2 way traffic in that amount of space.

Lacey, Josh 1968–(Joshua Doder) PersonalBorn 1968, in London, England. The Timetraveller's Guide to Saxon and Viking London, Watling (London, England), 2004. Education: Cambridge University, . Agent-c/o Linda Davis, Greene & Heaton, 37 Goldhawk R. London W12 8QQ, England. Branford Boase Award shortlist, and East Sussex Primary Schools Book Award, both for A Dog Called Grk; Blue Peter Prize shortlist, 2006, for Grk and the Pelotti Gang. For children; under pen name joshua doder. A Dog Called Grk, Andersen Press (London, England), 2005 Delacorte (New York, NY), 2007.

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Joshua Doder is a pseudonym for Josh Lacey, writer of the Dragonsitter books. No catches, no fine print just unconditional book loving for your children with their favourites saved to their own digital bookshelf. Josh lives in London with his wife, two dogs, three cats and a ferret called Miki. He has worked as a chef, a librarian and an actor.

The decline of London after the Romans scarpered: • What did the new Lundenwic look like? • Viking invasion • What did people wear, how did they make a living? • Where did Alfred the Great burn his cakes? • Viking invasion • Why was Ethelred so Unready? • The Battle of London Bridge • Viking invasion • King Canute • Edward the Confessor and his French mates • Norman invasion A sane (honest) guide to London’s most confusing period—including an archaeological trail for present–day readers, some of the funniest names in English history, the markets, the slaves, the endless changes of power and the everyday life of an average confused Saxon Londoner.