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Excellent visual history reference. We use this and "A Street Through Time" constantly in our homeschool history studies.Published 2 months ago by tess
My kids love this book. The first week after it arrived they poured over it for hours checking out each of the pictures.Published 3 months ago by Anita Wright
Bought both a Street and City Through Time to read with my little boy. The pictures are awesome and the information is great! We love these books!!!Published 7 months ago by knielson85
We have a couple of these books and they are fun for the whole family to look at. Each page is filled with so much detail in the beautiful pictures.Published 13 months ago by garlic gal
This version is out of print.
The illustrations are amazing and it really inspires him to learn about history.
I actually love it too and love reading it.
How does a city grow? With cockle shells and morning bells, and industrial complexes in a row....
Really, that's not the answer, but cities grow on the what has gone... Read more
When I was a kid, the problem with history was too much text. It didn't come alive in 3D. This book is so creative and full of tiny details that kids love to examine. Read morePublished on August 20, 2011 by Practical shopper
I love this book. Written by Philip Steele, the story takes you on a journey from the Stone Age and shows you the progression of a city over time to the Millennium Tower in the... Read morePublished on June 21, 2011 by dao