This audiobook brings the dialogue format of Snapshots of Early Modern History Vol. 1 to life! Containing over 8 hours of audio, this audiobook is jampacked with learning!
Come tour history with Ted and Mona, your trusty guides to fun and fact-based history for elementary students! With over 8 hours of audio, they will be touring early modern history all around the world! This is the third installment in the Snapshots of History series.
In 36 chapters, Ted and Mona explore early modern history from the rise of colonialism to the eve of the American Revolution. They make stops around the globe in places like Elizabethan England, Safavid Persia, Edo Japan, Colonial America, New France, the Ashanti Empire, and more.
Along the way, Ted and Mona will see the effects of colonialism, the rise of the first mega-corporation, the scientific revolution, and the first steps toward our modern world. They will discuss major historical figures like Ivan the Terrible, Akbar the Great, Yi Sun Sin, Tokugawa Ieyasu, Ana Nzinga, Emperor Kangxi, Oliver Cromwell, Louis XIV, Changamire Dombo, Po’Pay, Peter the Great, Osei Tutu, Queen Nanny of the Maroons, Frederick the Great, and George Washington.
The back-and-forth dialogue between Ted and Mona keeps this book fun and engaging and is modeled after the classical teaching style, encouraging deep thinking and probing questions.
In this book, the overly enthusiastic, art-loving twins Arty Arthur and Literary Lily introduce Arthur and Lily’s Culture Corner. In 16 Culture Corners, Arthur and Lily highlight major writers, artists, thinkers, and art styles including William Shakespeare, the Median Emam, Johannes Vermeer, capoeira, and Isaac Newton.
Are you ready to discover early modern history?
To see the full table of contents or read sample chapters, please visit our Snapshots of Early Modern History page here: https://www.curiositychronicles.org/early-modern-history
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