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Saladin: Noble Prince of Islam (edição 2002)

por Diane Stanley (Autor)

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Forty years before the boy was born, a horde of bloodthirsty barbarians thundered out of the west and conquered his native land. They had succeeded because his people, ever at war with one another, had not fought together to defend their cities. In time the boy was destined to become the very leader that was needed, a man with the courage and vision to unite his people and face the most fearsome and brilliant warrior of the age. The time was the twelfth century; the barbarian horde was the armies of the First Crusade; the great warrior was Richard the Lionhearted; and the leader was Saladin. This is more than the other side of a familiar Western story, the Crusades. It is the tale of an extraordinary man, remarkable for his generous and chivalrous ways, a warrior who longed for peace. Courageous in battle and merciful in victory, he would be revered even by his enemies as the "marvel of his time." In her vibrant narrative and magnificently detailed illustrations inspired by the Islamic art of the time, Diane Stanley presents a hero whose compassion, piety, tolerance, and wisdom made him a model for his time -- and for ours.… (mais)
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Título:Saladin: Noble Prince of Islam
Autores:Diane Stanley (Autor)
Informação:HarperCollins (2002), Edition: 1, 48 pages
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This was very interesting for me to read, because it is the first time I read about this great person from a western source. I have to admit that author Diane Stanley did an amazing job. This book tells the story of an Islamic leader called Saladin who fought the crusaders (not to be confused with Christians) and returned Jerusalem and rest of the land to its original people. The illustrations are very engaging and informative. This will be a great read during a social studies class to teach students about different cultures and make them be aware that there are two sided for each story. Actually there are hundreds sides for each story. ( )
  saeedchaar | Apr 19, 2019 |
Stanley's book is a well written, lavishly illustrated book for elementary aged students. A brief introduction notes that the Holy Land had been recaptured by Crusader armies by 1100. A Kurd born in Tikrit (modern Iraq) and raised in the sultinate of the Turkish warrior Nur al-Din, Saladin devoted his life to the struggle against the Crusaders, eventually uniting the Muslims of what is now Syria and largely driving them out of the Holy Land. The book provides an interesting look into a culture that is largely alien to most children in the United States. Saladin would be a good way for a social studies to introduce the idea of intercultural conflict and understanding to late elementary school students.
  rhoadesm1 | Jul 11, 2017 |
Ages 8-12. Beautifully illustrated, positive portrayal of Saladin, but says Richard the Lionheart was a superior commander. Says the Crusades were a total failure for Europeans.
  fadeledu | Dec 13, 2013 |
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  BRCSBooks | Nov 17, 2011 |
This was enjoyable book to read mostly because of the pictures, they are great! I didn't know much about this topic but I am now a little bit more informed. Classroom use: This would be a good book for awareness of other cultures. It is important to learn what else is out there in the world of diverse literature.
  BKorfel | Jun 6, 2010 |
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Forty years before the boy was born, a horde of bloodthirsty barbarians thundered out of the west and conquered his native land. They had succeeded because his people, ever at war with one another, had not fought together to defend their cities. In time the boy was destined to become the very leader that was needed, a man with the courage and vision to unite his people and face the most fearsome and brilliant warrior of the age. The time was the twelfth century; the barbarian horde was the armies of the First Crusade; the great warrior was Richard the Lionhearted; and the leader was Saladin. This is more than the other side of a familiar Western story, the Crusades. It is the tale of an extraordinary man, remarkable for his generous and chivalrous ways, a warrior who longed for peace. Courageous in battle and merciful in victory, he would be revered even by his enemies as the "marvel of his time." In her vibrant narrative and magnificently detailed illustrations inspired by the Islamic art of the time, Diane Stanley presents a hero whose compassion, piety, tolerance, and wisdom made him a model for his time -- and for ours.

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