The Reformation: A Religious Revolution
During the 1500s, religious change came to Europe and people began to question the beliefs and practices of Catholicism. This engaging book introduces readers to the changes that people like Martin Luther, John Calvin, and Henry VIII wanted during the Reformation. The captivating images, stunning facts, and engaging sidebars give readers insight into issues of that time, including social order, indulgences, and the development of Protestantism. Featuring easy-to-read text, a helpful index, and glossary, children will be engaged from beginning to end!
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