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by Peter Ackroyd
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From 2003 to 2005, Ackroyd wrote a six-book non-fiction series (Voyages Through Time), intended for . 2005 Turner Brief Lives. 2007 Thames: sacred river. Voyages Through Time by Peter Ackroyd".
From 2003 to 2005, Ackroyd wrote a six-book non-fiction series (Voyages Through Time), intended for readers as young as eight, his first work for children. The critically acclaimed series-described as "Not just sound-bite snacks for short attention spans, but unfolding feasts that leave you with a sense of wonder" by The Sunday Times is an extensive narrative of key periods in world history.
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Home Ackroyd, Peter Ancient Rome (Voyages Through Time). About the Author: Peter Ackroyd is a highly acclaimed historian, biographer, poet, and novelist. He was born in London and studied at both Cambridge and Yale universities. Ancient Rome (Voyages Through Time). Published by DK Children, 2006. ISBN 10: 0756616425, ISBN 13: 9780756616427. His books include The Great Fire of London, The Last Testament of Oscar Wilde, . Eliot: A Life, and London: The Biography. Bibliographic Details.
Voyages Through Time is Peter Ackroyd's first series for children. Eliot: A Life and London: the biography. He resides in London. Country of Publication.
Children's book of the week. September 28 2003, 1:00am, The Sunday Times. Now DK has broken new ground by signing up Peter Ackroyd to write a series of children's books.
Peter Ackroyd is our preeminent chronicler of London. In Queer City, he looks at the metropolis in a whole new way - through the history and experiences of its gay population. In Roman Londinium the penis was worshipped and homosexuality was considered admirable. The city was dotted with lupanaria ('wolf dens' or public pleasure houses), fornices (brothels) and thermiae (hot baths). Then came the Emperor Constantine, with his bishops and clergy, monks and missionaries.
Category: Teen & Young Adult
Subcategory: Education & Reference
Publisher: Penguin Books, Limited (UK); UK ed. edition (September 1, 2005)
Pages: 144 pages