Stonehenge is one of the world's most important prehistoric monuments - with a fascinating history, perfect for treatment in a picture information book.
Why was this amazing monument erected? How did our Stone-Age ancestors bring such massive stones to the site from so far away? How did they raise the enormous stones to their upright positions? What was Stonehenge used for, and who lived around the site? With captions and pictures, and using up-to-the-minute research discoveries, Mick Manning and Brita Granstrom tell the incredible true story of this awe-inspiring monument one of the greatest ancient sites in the world.
Mick Manning and Brita Granstrom have won many awards for their picture information books. Their books for Frances Lincoln include The Beatles, Charles Dickens: Scenes from an Extraordinary Life, What Mr Darwin Saw, Tail-End Charlie, Taff in the WAAF, The Secrets of Stonehenge, Dino-Dinners, Woolly Mammoth, the Fly on the Wall series: Roman Fort, Viking Longship, Pharaoh's Egypt and Greek Hero, and Nature Adventures. They divide their time between England and Sweden.
Children’s & educational
Short-listed SLA Information Book Award 2014 GB
Frances Lincoln Children's
6 - 8
Children's, Teenage & educational