You Wouldn't Want to Be a Crusader!: A War You'd Rather Not Fight



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Fiona MacDonald studied history at Cambridge University and at the University of East Anglia She has taught in schools, adult education and university, and is the author of numerous books for children on historical topics.

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • You Wouldn't Want to Be a Crusader!: A War You'd Rather Not Fight
  • Fiona MacDonald
  • English
  • 02 July 2017
  • 9780531124123

10 thoughts on “You Wouldn't Want to Be a Crusader!: A War You'd Rather Not Fight

  1. says:

    You Wouldn t Want to be a Crusader places the reader in the midst of the action As the son of a senior servant living in England in the 1400s, the reader opts to become a knight Macdonald describes the training and tools of knights, with insight and humor Young readers may find this introduction to the Crusades and knighthood an inspiration to make connections between the Crusades and modern times ...

  2. says:

    The You Wouldn t Want to Be a books are some of our favorites for studying history This one gives a pretty clear and sometimes gross and nasty idea of why you wouldn t want to be a crusader Brief background is given on why Jerusalem was considered an important city by so many people and how they ended up fighting ...

  3. says:

    This was a very brief book aimed at younger readers, telling them that the good old days were not always so great I like this approach The Crusades was one of the greatest, and most bloody accidents in history, and this book points out time and ag...

  4. says:

    Entertaining resource Useful to give a brief outline of the First Crusade Clever illustrations Written from the point of view of a young knight in France who leaves his young family behind to fight for his church then ruled by Pope Urban II Gives the reader a brief insight i...

  5. says:

    Another excellent entry into this series from Scholastic This one takes a look at the actual historical hardships that Crusaders endured Again, this book does veer into the gross out factor a lot, but that is what the kids like Good for those children studying the middle ages.

  6. says:

    This is a great series of books, and this book does a great job of informing the reader about the Crusades and the reason why it happened Filled with great illustrations, the reader will enjoy the humor along with the useful information It s geared for any age reader.

  7. says:

    This book is very fun to read but still, it is not for people who are my age I think this book is for someone who is about 7 or younger because it is a very good history book that is not that boring and it would be very easy to read This book is about the crusade or the fight for Christianity.

  8. says:

    I liked the many battles.

  9. says:

    Entertainingly illustrated but revisionist history intended to indoctrinate children with the silliest kind of misinformed and overly simplistic anti religious bigotry.

  10. says:

    This book provides a factual history of the crusades and how religion played an important role in this war.

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