|Elaine A. Kule.|
|Pages/Publication Date:||32 / 2020|
From the third century through 900 AD, the Maya were responsible for a time of tremendous cultural growth in Central America. Stretching from Mexico in the north to Honduras in the south, the Maya established trade routes, city-states, and a hieroglyphic style of writing. Packed with information and illustrated throughout, this book explores the geography, games, daily life, customs, inventions, and architecture of these fascinating people. Readers 9 to 12 can also learn more about the Maya through mazes, word searches, craft ideas, and puzzles, and there's also a page of full-color stickers, and instructions or how to build a replica of a temple and a jade mask.