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CASTLE

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Everything you've always wanted to know about how a castle was defended—in a fusion of the organic and the technical that David Macaulay hasn't quite achieved before. "On a high limestone outcrop" along the Welsh coast, master engineer James and his staff build a castle and a town for Lord Kevin—to help secure northwest Wales, in 1283, for Edward I. Thus, from one or another bird's-eye view, one ... Read full review

CASTLE: How It Works

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Hooray for the launch of a new nonfiction series for newly fledged readers!Macaulay's compact, clear and engagingly illustrated explanation of how a castle is built to thwart potential intruders (you, the reader, in this case) is the right length and depth for readers who have progressed beyond beginner books. His trademark pen-and-ink lines reveal the structural purpose of each part of the ... Read full review

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good

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This book is good for people who are studying medieval castles

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David Macaulay

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Great book on castle

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