The Shakespeare Timeline WallbookFor the first time ever see all 38 plays being performed at the same time in the iconic Globe Theatre. Spot the ghosts, hunt down the murderers, discover the poison and revel in Elizabethan romance as each play unfolds on a 6-foot long timeline with plot summaries, key quotes and characters.
Election out-come got you in a muddle? Check out the ultimate guide to the Magna Carta charting the fight for freedoms over 800 years!
What on Earth Publishing specialises in the art of telling stories through timelines.
We produce unique fold-out books that promote the joy of learning through natural curiosity. We also run inspirational workshops for schools, literary festivals, family events, home educators, colleges, universities and for teacher training.
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Bridges or Walls?
See Episode 3 of Christopher Lloyd’s new video series on the History of Britain!
To celebrate the launch of the Wallbook Timeline of British History, in collaboration with the National Trust, Christopher Lloyd has filmed a series of 10 short videos charting the main forces that have shaped our island story from 60 million years ago to the present day. Join him for the Episode 3 on the story of walls – or see the whole series to date!
We have written 10 wonderful creative activities to be enjoyed by teachers, parents and kids. Download a FREE pre-release copy from our Activity Zone now!
British History Prize Quiz
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“The most innovative approach to non-fiction since Horrible Histories, the What On Earth? Wallbooks present information in a way guaranteed to inspire children’s curiosity and to stimulate real enthusiasm for learning.”
Lovereading4Kids – November 2015
Find out more about our philosophy of why making narrative connections is a far more powerful way of learning than splitting knowledge into discrete disconnected fragments.