Glocal English compares the usage patterns and stylistic conventions of the world's two dominant native varieties of English (British and American English) with Nigerian English, which ranks as the English world's fastest-growing non-native variety courtesy of the unrelenting ubiquity of the Nigerian (English-language) movie industry in Africa and the Black Atlantic Diaspora.
Wonderpedia magazine opens up a world of wonder for everybody, delivering the latest developments in science, history, nature, world events, technology and the human mind and body.
Wonderpedia opens up a world of wonder for everybody, answering the biggest questions while posing new and exciting ones. From the most important moments in history to futuristic technology, from outer space to the inner workings of the human mind, each month we invite you on a voyage of discovery to explore the amazing world we live in.
World of Knowledge is your new monthly magazine crammed full of amazing stuff about the world we live in. As well as answering the questions we all have about the world we live in, it hopes to inspire a thousand more. From first looks at futuristic technology and solving the puzzles of the universe, to revealing nature’s breathtaking secrets and investigating the most important moments in history, it’ll have something for every member of the family.
A Monthly Magazine created for Modern, Well-rounded individuals with diverse interests. Smithsonian Magazine takes you on a journey through history, science, world culture and technology with breathtaking images from around the world.
A masterful narrative of the Middle Ages, when religion became a weapon for kings all over the world. From the schism between Rome and Constantinople to the rise of the T’ang Dynasty, from the birth of Muhammad to the crowning of Charlemagne, this erudite book tells the fascinating, often violent story of kings, generals, and the peoples they ruled.
Pablo Picasso – World’s Greatest Artists (Child’s World
Introduces Pablo Picasso as one of the greatest modern artists by exploring the many styles and techniques he used to create such masterpieces as Guernica and works from his cubist, Blue, and Rose periods.
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The Greeks (History of Civilization)
The Greeks"" (1000 B.C.300 B.C.) provides an overview of Greek civilization from its origins in ancient Minoan and Mycenaean culture through the Golden Age of Athens and the rise of Alexander the Great. Special emphasis is given to the sociology of life in Ancient Greecethe lives of ordinary women, children, families, and soldiersas well as to the great political, cultural, and intellectual achievements which shaped the course of the Western world. The birth of democracy, science, philosophy, poetry, and drama are among the events vividly depicted in this richly illustrated text.
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