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What was the plague? / by Roberta Edwards ; ... Read More

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Covington Branch J 616.9232 Edwa (Text) 33126025014147 JNonfiction Checked out 07/19/2022
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  • ISBN: 9780593383667 (library binding)
  • ISBN: 0593383664 (library binding)
  • ISBN: 9780593383650 (paperback)
  • ISBN: 0593383656 (paperback)
  • Physical Description: 108 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : ... Read More
  • Publisher: New York : Penguin Workshop, 2021.

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General Note:
"An official Who HQ book"--Cover.
"16 pages of photos inside"--Cover.
Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (page 108).
Formatted Contents Note:
What was the plague? -- You definitely have the ... Read More
Summary, etc.:
While the coronavirus COVID-19 changed the world ... Read More
Subject: Black Death.

  • Baker & Taylor
    Taking readers back to the horrific years of the Black Death, the deadliest pandemic recorded in history, this eye-opening book looks at what caused this disease, how society reacted to it and the impact it left on the world. Simultaneous and eBook. Illustrations.
  • Penguin Putnam
    <b><b>Oh, rats! It's time to take a deeper look at what caused the Black Death--the deadliest pandemic recorded in human history.</b></b><br><br>While the coronavirus COVID-19 changed the world in 2020, it still isn't the largest and deadliest pandemic in history. That title is held by the Plague. This disease, also known as the "Black Death," spread throughout Asia, Africa, and Europe in the fourteenth century and claimed an astonishing 50 million lives by the time it officially ended. Author Roberta Edwards takes readers back to these grimy and horrific years, explaining just how this pandemic began, how society reacted to the disease, and the impact it left on the world.<br><br>With 80 black-and-white illustrations and an engaging 16-page photo insert, readers will be excited to read this latest additon to Who HQ!

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