Marshall Cavendish Children, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
As a boy, Genghis Khan inherited the role of leader after his father's death. As a man, he earned it--by fiercely protecting his people, no matter the coxst, and be demanding total loyalty from those he led. His is a story of courage and survival, sacrifice and death. The boy who became the great Genghis Khan would take his people from the brink of survival to near-world domination--and lead the largest empire ever created in the lifetime of one man.
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Review: Genghis Khan (Mc Classic Illustrated Biography) (Marshall Cavendish Classics Illustrated Biography)User Review - Jen - Goodreads
typical Demi, simple text, interesting and gold leafed pictures. Read full review
Review: Genghis Khan (Mc Classic Illustrated Biography) (Marshall Cavendish Classics Illustrated Biography)User Review - Abbi Kraus - Goodreads
This book is a really good and fast way to learn the story of Genghis Khan and what type of leader he was. The pictures are just violent enough to convey the emotions, and the pages each have a short ... Read full review