The pictures and diagrams are good.
This is a juvenile title that is well illustrated with step by step directions for building several working models of weapons (from a simple sling to a trebuchet).
This is a great book - got a copy for my brother for Christmas, and after taking a look had to get my own copy.
Loved this book. As a woodworker, I have always wanted to try projects like these. Have had a blast making some of these projects.Published 6 months ago by Michael A. Rehm
This was purchased for my grandson and he loved it. He built one of the catapults for a Social Studies project and all of the kids had a great time!Published 6 months ago by Barb
I thought it was a great book. There are so many item to build. I think any one with an interest should get this book.Published 8 months ago by Allen
A perfect treatise for the backyard barbarian wannabes out there.Clearly worded, with step by step instructions for building some of the great siege machine of antiquity.Published 8 months ago by John K.
This book is informative. In addition to giving some of the history of siege artillery, it provides instructions on how to build your own versions. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Nathaniel Bruha
These are really fun to make and easy, not hard but will teach you a lot, and get the grandkids with you you will really have fun. Just do not poke an eye out. lolPublished 10 months ago by Ron
Easy read. Good mix of history and construction projects. Great for family projects as it should have appeal even at lower grade school levels.Published 11 months ago by David R. Weaver
My son loves it! We built a few siege weapons from it.
There isn't anything better than bonding with your son while laying siege
I like the book on building catapults. Although I was hoping the catapult plans were for a bigger model rather than just a desk top size, but I'm sure I can build a small one and... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Myrgjol