✤ You Wouldn't Want to Be a 19th-century Coal Miner in England!: A Dangerous Job You'd Rather Not Have (You Wouldn't Want to) Author John Malam – Thomashillier.co.uk


You Wouldn't Want to Be a 19th-century Coal Miner in England!: A Dangerous Job You'd Rather Not Have (You Wouldn't Want to) High Interest Topic For Children Of All Ages Draws In Even The Most Reluctant Reader With A Lighthearted Tone And Hilarious Illustrations Includes Glossary And Index.Curriculum Standards Grades K 4 Social Studies Education Standards II Time, Continuity, And Change Accounts Of Past Events, People, Places, And Situations Contribute To Our Understanding Of The PastI Culture People, Societies, And Cultures Address Needs And Concerns In Ways That Are Both Similar And Different


10 thoughts on “You Wouldn't Want to Be a 19th-century Coal Miner in England!: A Dangerous Job You'd Rather Not Have (You Wouldn't Want to)

  1. says:

    Love the color of these books and the pictures are great I can see why kids love these books Thanks to my kids that intoduced me to this series Now I can share them with my little grandson that is just begining to read


  2. says:

    I wonder if coal miners in the US faced similar hardships Even today, coal mining is difficult, dangerous, and dirty work.


  3. says:

    Great kids book A little too much visual stimulation for my ADD, nevertheless a great for older kids This is just one of a nearly never ending series of You wouldn t wanna be.


  4. says:

    Great facts paired with great illustrations make this book a fun way to learn about mining in England long ago And the title is correct you wouldn t want to be a miner back then


  5. says:

    Not as good as most of the series


  6. says:

    I like the humor in history it gives


  7. says:

    One of the less successful books in the series A bit inconsistent the miners are forced back to work after a strike by lack of money but at the same time they ve won a pay rise


  8. says:

    Great series, Winston and I are starting on his summer reading list.


  9. says:

    The boys loved these non fiction books that gives historical facts in s humorous format


  10. says:

    LIKE IT


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