THE ANGLO-SAXONS & THE VIKINGS BOOKS
Topic Books about The Anglo-Saxons and The Vikings for Children in KS2
The Dragon's Hoard
by Lari Don
Meet the Vikings and enter their enchanting world full of Viking mythology. Illustrated throughout, these 11 amazing stories bring the Viking Sagas, tales they themselves told, to vivid life. A fantastic introduction to Viking mythology, these illustrated tales will have children captivated.
DK Find Out!: Vikings
Did you know that Vikings were skilled artists and makers? Or that Icelandic Vikings ate whale meat, seals, puffins, and ponies? Meet Viking warriors and explorers in this book full of photographs and illustrations, fascinating facts, and engaging challenges.
These dramatic, enthralling and atmospheric tales are based on the Scandinavian myth cycle – one of the greatest and most culturally significant stories in the world – and tell of Odin with his one eye, Thor with his mighty hammer and Loki, the red-haired, shape-shifting trickster.
In fifth-century Denmark, a murderous monster stalks the night, and only the great prince of the Geats has the strength and courage to defeat him. Beowulf's terrifying quest to destroy Grendel, a monstrous fire-dragon is the oldest surviving epic in British literature. An epic Anglo-Saxon legend brilliantly recreated.
Hats with horns, flying dragons…you may think you know everything there is to know about Vikings, but think again!
With stunning visuals and energetic, impactful design, and full of fun facts and surprises, readers won't stop until they've learned everything about Vikings.
Arthur and the Golden Rope
Follow the epic journey of Brownstone's earliest ancestor, Arthur, and travel back to the age of the Vikings where this bookish young adventurer must find the courage to save his village and defeat the mighty beast Fenrir...
Riddle of the Runes
by Janina Ramirez
Alva rushes through the trees in the dead of night with her sniffer wolf, Fen. Being out alone when there's a kidnapper on the loose is reckless, but she needs to be first to the crime scene. But what Alva discovers raises more questions than it answers, drawing her into a dangerous search for truth, and for treasure.