Adventures in Ancient Greece is an exciting mix of adventure and historical information about life in Greece in the fifth century BC.
Sail on an Athenian ship, discover how the philosopher Socrates ended up in a prison cell, and find out why young Athenians burned their toys in this delightful recreation of life in 5th-century B.C.
With a plethora of puzzles, games, jokes and brainteasers about Ancient Greece, this book also offers crosswords, word searches, anagrams, hidden word, picture puzzles, logic and maths puzzles, codes to crack and a lot of jokes and cartoons.
Traces ancient Greek achievements from the Bronze Age through the Hellenistic period using evidence found by archaeologists.
Archaeology and the Ancient Greeks
Will you explore a career in government, art, or philosophy as a citizen of Athens or the hardworking, disciplined life of a resident of Sparta?
Learn how these civilizations contributed to our present-day world by participating in art, math, cooking, science, and geography activities.
How-to projects bring the past to life: construct a miniature Parthenon, paint a dolphin fresco, make a comic mask, and learn the ancient Greek alphabet.
Jack and Annie are ready for their next fantasy adventure at the Olympic Games in Ancient Greece!
The art, culture, and mythology of ancient Greece still exert powerful influences on modern civilization. This attractive and authoritative book opens up the fascinating world of the Greeks to young readers.
Magic Tree House Fact Tracker #10: Ancient Greece and the Olympics
by Mary Pope Osborne
A Nonfiction Companion to Magic Tree House #16: Hour of the Olympics
Written by Lady Hestia Evans in 1825, Mythology records her travels through Greece, explring the wonders of the ancient world, its vengeful gods and the fearless heroes of myth and legend.
It is over two thousand years ago in Athens, Greece, and you are invited to join a typical family as they celebrate the birthday of the goddess Athena.
Step back in time to ancient Greece and discover the spectacular achievements of an adventurous civilization.
This is a marvellous, superbly illustrated retelling of two great epics – “Homer’s Iliad” and “Odyssey”
The Ancient Greek World (World in Ancient Times) by Jennifer T. Roberts
…the history of a place, a people, and a culture that has left some of the most beautiful art, the greatest stories, and the most magnificent cities and buildings that the world has ever known.
Explores life in ancient Greece through its people.
This encyclopaedia has over 200 entries on every aspect of Greek life, culture and history.
The history of the marathon is revealed in this retelling of the ancient Greek legend of Pheidippides, who ran 140 miles to neighboring Sparta to ask for aid when a small band of Greek soldiers faced the mighty Persian army on the plain of Marathon.
With the fabulous visual material and accessible and authoritative text in this volume, children can step back in time to discover the wonders of the Stone Age, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, the Aztec and Maya, the Incas, Ancient China and Ancient Japan.
A comprehensive history with 1000 photographs
Jacey thinks that the Olympic games are a waste of time. However, when her aunt gives her a magical necklace, Jacey discovers what the Olympic games are all about!
Kids discover the origin of ancient Greek theories, such as anatomy, geography, and democracy, and the ways they continue to influence modern-day thinking with the absorbing time lines, sidebars, and activities included in this guide.