I haven’t said anything about my new book It’s a Feudal, Feudal World in a while, so it seemed like a good time for a roundup of reviews.
Kirkus Reviews calls it “A waggishly illuminating pictorial tour of the Middle Ages” that is “likely to encourage readers to take the next step in learning about medieval times.”
Quill & Quire says “It’s a Feudal, Feudal World serves as a good introduction to the Middle Ages.”
CM Magazine gives it four out of four stars and praises it for covering the diversity and complexity of the era.
Canadian Children’s Book News featured it in “The Classroom Bookshelf” and said it “would appeal to visual learners or reluctant readers.” (The Fall issue’s not free online yet, but you will be able to access it here when it comes out.)
CanLit for LittleCanadians calls it “a satisfying read for the young with historical queries about Medieval Times.”
Want to know more about the book? Take a look at its page at Annick Press. Want to know more about strange and curious aspects of the Middle Ages? Take a look at posts in the category It’s a Feudal, Feudal World here on my blog.