Vikings

Suggested Titles from Knox Academy Library and East Lothian Libraries Stock to support studies into the Vikings.

Scotland's Vikings
Frances Jarvie & Gordon Jarvie


'Scottish Vikings' tells their story from blood-curdling and violent beginnings to the end of Norse power in 1469. Follow the Vikings as they settled in large areas of the north and west of Scotland




The Vikings
Clare Hibbert

The Vikings came from Scandinavia, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. They invaded and settled in Northern Scotland and the East of England looking for farmland. The Viking age in Europe ran from around AD 700 to 1100.




Tracking Down The Vikings In Britain
Moira Butterfield


This series takes a look at archaeological, structural and museum evidence from around Britain, allowing readers to build up a picture of what life was like in key historical periods. 'Go Visit!' panels also encourage historical investigation and assessment of material



At Home With ... The Vikings ... In History
Tim Cooke

This series uses a modern celebrity-magazine style to introduce readers to some of the great characters of history and the periods in which they lived. This volume features the great Norse seafarers, the Vikings.




What Did The Vikings Do For Me?
Elizabeth Raum

This series looks at how ancient civilizations have impacted our society today. By looking at each civilization through themes such as technology, art, and architecture, and linking it with student's modern day experiences through comparisons, readers will develop a more detailed understanding of each civilization



Vikings
Liza Phipps & Avril Thompson


'History Showtime' brings a fresh new approach to history, combining essential learning with the fun of drama and music. This book looks at who the Vikings were and describes their everyday life, such as what they ate, what they wore and their beliefs. Alongside this key information are four songs, unique to this series, which bring the facts to life. At the end of the book is a simple playscript for children to act out


Vikings
Moira Butterfield


What's the first Viking object you can think of? A Viking battle axe or a longship? Did you know that thousands more stone, metal, pottery, bone and wooden objects have been found from this time in human history? All of these objects can tell us a lot about the Vikings. We know about the animals they farmed, the the tools and weapons they used and we know about their everyday life and culture from the remains of the buildings they lived in. All over Britain, Viking artefacts have been found! Uncover the stories of thirteen incredible finds, what they can tell us about life back then and how they might relate to your life today.

The Vikings
Anita Ganeri

This series provides an in-depth look at five of history's great civilisations, offering a complete view of the ancient world. This title focuses on the Vikings





The Vikings
Jane Shuter

The books in this series examine the lives, culture and contributions of ancient civilisations. In this title, Jane Shuter explores the history, culture and society of the Vikings




The Vikings
Sally Hewitt

Sally Hewitt describes the world of the Vikings through a combination of information and step-by-step activities





The Vikings
Anita Ganeri

What do you know about the Vikings? Explore the incredible history of these fearsome warriors, sailors, traders and craftspeople. Find out how Vikings lived, worked, created and celebrated during this fascinating period in history. Craft activities support and enhance each section to bring what you've read to life



The Vikings
Husain Shahrukh & Bee Willey


Written for children both in primary and secondary education, this volume is part of a series that explores the stories and myths of ancient civilisations. It features a collection of Viking stories and myths.



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