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Author: Samone Bos
Publisher: London ; New York : DK Pub., 2008.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents a chronological exploration of the people and events that have shaped societies through time--from Mesopotamia to Mao, the Incas to Iraq, and the Spartans to the space shuttle.
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Take me back to the beginning--
London ; New York : DK Pub., 2008
(DLC) 2008301265
(OCoLC)213309052
Material Type: Document, Juvenile audience, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Samone Bos
ISBN: 9781405337571 1405337575
OCLC Number: 688604972
Notes: Includes index.
Awards: Winner of Parents' Choice Gold Award for Non-Fiction 2009
Description: 1 online resource (304 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color), color maps
Contents: 4.5 MYA>> 601 BCE: HOW IT ALL STARTED. Unusual suspects: review a police lineup of human ancestors --
Just how Homo sapiens are you? Answer the questions to discover if you are fully evolved --
Hunter-gatherer amusement park: enjoy the thrills and spills of life as a hunter-gatherer --
Out of Africa: chart early human migration on a cave painting map --
Welcome to the Fertile Crescent: check out a billboard ad for the first towns --
Building big: study blueprints of the latest Neolithic structures --
Heavy metals: shop for some heavy-metal merchandise showing the very best of the Copper, Bronze, and iron ages --
Mesopotamia: take a class in the achievements of the Mesopotamians --
Voices from the past: early civilizations extol the virtues of their writing systems on a newspaper letters page --
Kingdom of the Nile: find out how the Ancient Egyptians had it all mapped out --
Egypt, The New Kingdom: a wall of museum posters advertise the best of Ancient Egyptian civilization --
Egyptian afterlife: lead a pharaoh to the afterlife in an exciting platform game --
Sargon of Akkad vs. Nebuchadnezzar II: find out which ancient ruler packed more punch --
A trip to town: zoom in on the multilayered maps of an Indus Valley city --
Hindu India: chart the birth and beliefs of this ancient religion --
Early China: get illuminated about the Shang and Zhou dynasties --
Minoans and Mycenaeans: computer simulations bring to life two neighboring civilizations --
Hanno the Explorer: follow the exploits of a Phoenician voyage in this comic strip --
The story of the Jews: read about the momentous events in the history of the Jewish people. 600 BCE>> 399 CE: CERTAINLY CIVILIZED. Your city-state needs you: what did it take to fight in the Ancient Greek army? --
A Greek epic: Ancient Greek movers and shakers compete in the Olympics --
Senate Museum: take a tour of the senate in the republic of Ancient Rome --
Imperial Rome High School: find out who's most likely to be a great emperor in a yearbook of Roman rulers --
Fearsome force: check out an amazing Roman army action figure --
Pinball Celts: take a pinball tour of Celtic Europe --
Buddhism: discover the amazing story behind the Buddhist religion --
Persepolis: take a tour of Persian King Darius's supercool crib --
Alexander ... he's great! Check out this military genius's fansite --
The Maya: spill open a piñata full of artifacts from the Maya, Olmec, and Zapotec civilizations --
Obituary: Qin Shi Huang: read a newspaper obituary for the Chinese ruler responsible for the Terra-cotta army --
Polynesian voyage of discovery: join two Easter Island statues as they attempt to re-create the incredible voyages of their Polynesian builders --
The birth of Christianity: read about the origins and spread of the Christian faith --
Under new management: eavesdrop on two old Romans as they chew the fat about the last days of the Roman Empire. 400>> 1399: THE MIDDLE PART. Byzantine Empire: piece together a jigsaw puzzle chronicling a great empire --
The birth of Islam: read about the origins of the Islamic faith --
Barbarian beat'em up: pick a warrior in a beat'em up video game --
A frank interview with Charlemagne: read a celebrity interview with Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne --
Viking Times classifieds: check out the classified ads for the Viking world --
Feudal Europe: find out who was top of the tree in feudal society --
Exclusive knight interview: read a fanzine interview with a jousting knight --
Christian Europe: a stained glass window depicts the influence of the Church --
Spotlight on the Crusades: Crusaders recount tales of their battles in the Holy Land --
Khmer Empire, Level 1: play an action adventure video game set in Cambodia's Khmer Empire --
Tang and Sung China: explore the unique landscape of these Chinese dynasties --
India, what's on: review the listings for some great Indian temple kingdoms --
Invasion of the Mongols: a movie poster champions the military achievements of the eastern warriors --
Welcome to Aztecfest! Rock out at a gory Aztec festival --
Visit the Inca Empire: read a travel guide description of the Inca Empire --
native North Americans: a crafty look at the native American tribes --
Medieval mall: go on a shopping spree in a medieval town --
The Hundred Years' War: check out one knight's scrapbook of a very long war --
The Black Death: relive the horrors in a graphic account of the plague --
Great Zimbabwe: explore the amazing archeological remains of a mysterious African kingdom. 1400>> 1699: EXPLORING AND REFORMING. Happy families: playing cards show characters from the royal families of Europe --
World cruises: book your voyage of exploration on a travel website --
World of spice: follow the recipes for an account of the valuable spice trade --
Ming Dynasty: become a fan of a Chinese golden age --
Renaissance: uncover the advances of the Renaissance in an artist's studio --
The Tudors: the monarchs and their contemporaries take to the stage at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre --
Ottoman Empire: play a game of chess with the Ottoman sultans --
End of the Aztecs and end of the Incas: find out what happened to the Aztec and Inca Empires --
Reformation: Martin Luther explains his challenge to the Catholic Church --
A terrible tale: Russian dolls reveal the life story of the first Russian czar --
Tug of religious war: friction in Europe between Catholics and Protestants is discussed during a friendly tug-of-war game --
A Dutch masterclass: Dutch masterpieces recount how Holland gained independence --
Mughal India: puppets reveal who pulled the strings in the Mughal Empire --
Persia under the Safavids: follow a timeline of events during Safvid rule --
Shogun snippets: check out a supercool scrapbook of the shogun rulers of Japan --
Big Brother: France's "Sun King" Louis XIV puts his kingdom under surveillance --
Colonial America: the story of European settlement in the Americas spins around a luggage carousel. 1700>> 1899: ALL CHANGE. Agricultural revolution: animals chew the cud ... and discuss the impact of new technologies and farming techniques --
The Enlightenment: a classroom of scientists and philosophers reveal their enlightening views --
Captain Cook's blog: log on to Captain Cook's blog of his voyages of discovery --
The convict's tale and the Aboriginal girl's tale: read two contrasting accounts of the impact of European settlement in Australia --
Peter the Great and Catherine the Great: the comic strip adventures of two great Russian rulers --
The rise of Prussia: Prussian-ruler Frederick the Great explorers his troubled relationship with his dad on a psychiatrist's couch --
World at war! British Redcoat soldiers guide you through the ups and downs of the Seven years' War ... the first global conflict --
Triangle of trade: explore the horrific conditions on board a slave ship --
American independence: a July 4th fireworks display reveals the story of the Revolutionary War --
French Revolution: a newscaster reads the headlines as the heads roll --
Napoleon Bonaparte: click on to the social networking site profile of the French emperor --
Industrial Revolution: study a blueprint of the technological and social changes --
The United States gets bigger: read an adventure storybook account of Lewis and Clark's expedition west --
Tales of the Wild West: go on set of a Wild West movie --
People of South America, we are free! Celebrate the achievements of South American revolutionaries --
Scientific advances: browse a catalog of 19th century inventions --
Year of revolutions: join a demonstration in 1848 as revolutionary fever sweeps across Europe --
A day in the life: magazine profiles contrast conditions for a mill owner and mill worker --
The Rising Sun: read tabloid account of how Japan was forced to trade with the outside world --
American Civil War: Chronicle the battles of a divided united States --
Made in the USA! Check out the pieces of a self-assembly kit of the United State's industrial strength --
Unified Germany and united Italy: stitch together small kingdoms to create a German Empire and a united Italy --
Rule Britannia: Queen Victoria gives you a personal tour of her empire --
Independent Canada: celebrate the grand opening of the Canadian Pacific Railway, which unified a new nation --
The scramble for Africa: European colonial powers tussle over territories in Africa --
Qing China: the rise and fall of the last Chinese dynasty. 1900>> TODAY: FAST FORWARD. First flight: an onboard safety card displays the Wright brothers' flight --
Race to the poles: relive the drama as explorers battle to reach the North and South Poles --
Suffragette online: catch up with the latest online suffragette news reports --
Assassinated! Read all about the assassination that pushes Europe to war --
The Great War: the events of World war I are woven on a bandage --
Trench warfare: experience the horrors of life in the trenches --
Treaty of Versailles: join the heated negotiations as world leaders grapple for postwar supremacy --
Outbreak! Chart the progress of a deadly flu epidemic --
The Russian Revolution: the communist takeover of Russia and the fall of the czar --
Joseph Stalin student assessment: The Soviet leader's school report card --
Irish rebellion: Irish ballads recount the battle for independence in Ireland --
The Roaring Twenties: a cinematic romp through this decadent decade --
Great Depression: a dollar bill illustrates the economic collapse in 1930s USA --
The rise of fascism: the goals of Europe's fascist leaders and the methods they used to seize power --
Spanish Civil War: Nationalists and Republicans battle for control of Spain --
War in Europe: chart the course of World War II from Churchill's bunker --
War in the Pacific: Pearl Harbor and the battles for control of the Pacific --
The Holocaust: The horrors of the Holocaust are explored through the eyes of a brother and sister --
War over: counting the economic and human cost of World War II --
The Cold War: who sided with whom as East-West relations freeze --
Chinese Revolution: how Chairman Mao led communists to victory in China --
Israel's changing map: the conflicts that have redefined the borders of Israel and Palestine --
Independent India: how India shook off the shackles of Britain's colonial rule --
A new Africa: the changing fortunes of African nations after independence --
Tiger tycoons: how Southeast Asia hit the jackpot with an economic boom --
Race to the moon: a comic strip follows the drama of the first moon landing --
Swinging Sixties: get into the groove of the psychedelic 1960s --
Civil rights: join the struggle for race equality in 1960s America --
Vietnam War: go underground in the Viet Cong tunnels and face the challenges of jungle warfare --
Black gold: find out how the global demand for oil has changed the fortunes of Middle East nations --
Islamic Revolution: what led to Iran's Islamic Revolution --
The fall of communism: a scrapbook chronicles the events that led to the Berlin Wall coming down and the end of communist rule in Eastern Europe --
The end of apartheid: the black and white divide in South Africa and the struggle to end it --
One world: how modern communication and transportation technology has led to a shrinking world --
The War on Terror: from the attacks on September 11, 2001, to the wars in Afghanistan and Iran --
Take me back ... to the future: what might the future hold? THE LAST PART. Curious quotes --
Loony leaders --
Listory --
Dress me up --
Dear Sibyl ... --
Local history --
Take a bow.
Other Titles: Trip through history from the stone age to the digital age
Take me back
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