Events added as we encounter them in our studies. We are using Story of the World - Middle Ages as our primary history curriculum this year.
Crash and burn. Crash. And. Burn.
Again. Crash. And. Burn.
After almost 2000 years, this is still happening.
...With peoples heads on fire... (The book really does have a picture of a bunch of guys with their heads on fire.)
United North and South China by building the Grand Canal, however; their reign was short because they treated the people like slaves.
Buddhism very popular. Invented gunpowder. Invented fireworks, porcelain, compasses and wooden block printing. Lasted a long time.
from the book Riding the Pony Express by Clyde Robert Bull
Potter, Beatrix (1866-1943), was an English author and illustrator known for her charming children's stories about small animals. Her books combine stories of adventure and humor with delicate water colors that capture the action and mood of the text. Potter's first and most famous story is The Tale of Peter Rabbit (1902).
Potter wrote and illustrated about 25 books. In addition to Peter Rabbit, her characters include Squirrel Nutkin, Benjamin Bunny, Tom Kitten, Jemima Puddle-Duck, the Flopsy Bunnies, and Pigling Bland.