What kind of children's history books are popular in the British Museum?

What kind of children's history books are popular in the British Museum?
It is said that a person's vision determines his realm; a person's pattern determines how far he can go in the future.

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It is said that a person's vision determines his realm; a person's pattern determines how far he can go in the future. 

Therefore, every holiday, more and more parents are keen to take their children to study everywhere, to famous historical cities and museums around the world, so that their children can broaden their horizons and increase their knowledge. 

There are many ways for children to broaden their horizons. Compared with thousands or even tens of thousands of trips, reading a set of history books may be more economical, faster, and more in-depth, especially in this year's special circumstances. 

What kind of history books should children read? 

The answer must be a fun history book that children can read so that they are interested in reading and can read it. 

In the dazzling array of British Museum bookstores, there is a particularly eye-catching encyclopedia of children's history, "History is fun." 

The copyright of this set of picture books has been sold to nine countries and regions and has been introduced into China with a simplified Chinese version. 

What is so special about it that it can be caught in the eyes of the British Museum Bookstore and is even more admired by children all over the world? 


Explore the source of Western civilization, witness the ancient Egyptian era, the ancient Greek era, the ancient Roman era, the era of piracy. 

Civilization is not an island. 

Qian Mu, a great master of Sinology, once said: "if we want our citizens to have a deep affection for the country, we must make them have a deep understanding of the country's history." 

It is very important to understand the history of one's own country. however, at an important moment in history, what events and changes are other countries and regions experiencing? 

Is there any connection between these events and changes? 

What kind of influence has it had on the course of human history? 

Especially in today's era of globalization, children live in a large "global village", facing a more open and inclusive world, so they need to understand not only the history of their own country but also the history of the world. 

"History is fun" reveals the history of three ancient western civilizations-ancient Egypt, ancient Greece, and ancient Rome-as well as the history of pirates who once roamed the world. 

The content is rich and colorful, and the book is a museum. 


There are all kinds of history that children want to see, such as food, clothing, housing, transportation, legends of God, social system, science, and art. 

If history wants to interest children, it must have something to do with their present life or start with something they are familiar with. 

"History is really fun" from clothing, food, shelter, and transportation of the ancients, to how ancient children went to school, to medicine, science, mathematics, philosophy; from fairy tales that children loved to hear, to gods, temples, and religions; from visible cultural relics and historical sites to art, entertainment, and sports; from pharaohs, emperors and pirates who were interested in children, to national institutions, wars, and social development. 

This virtually shortens the distance between children and history, so that they are interested in exploring. 

What kind of clothes did the ancient Egyptians wear? 

How are pyramids made? 

Is the mummy real? 

What events were there in the first Olympic Games? 

Who are the Greek gods? 

How did the ancient Greeks build temples? 

What made ancient Rome so powerful? 

How are gladiators trained? 

Why did the ancient Romans wear sandals? 

The pirates are at sea.