Ancient Greece

Ancient Greece Now In Paperback Watch The Past Come To Life In Eyewitness Ancient Greece From Their Myths And Gods, To The First Olympics To The Trial And Execution Of Socrates Explore The History, Daily Life, Beliefs, And Achievements Of This Amazing Civilization, Whose Influence Can Still Be Seen Today See How Greek Soldiers Fought In Battle, Discover Who The Heroes Were, And Learn About The Culture And Festivals Celebrated Throughout This Relevant Era.For Over 25 Years, DK S Eyewitness Books Have Been The Most Trusted Nonfiction Series In Classrooms, Libraries, And Homes Around The World In Summer 2014 This Award Winning Series Will Get A Fresh New Look Both Inside And Out The Introduction Of Paperback Editions, Eye Catching Jackets, And Updated Interiors Ensure That The Eyewitness Series Will Continue To Be Relevant In The Ever Changing World Of Education And Remain The Go To Source For Homework Help, Research Projects, Reluctant Readers, ESL Students, And, As Always, To Satisfy The Minds Of Curious Kids.Supports The Common Core State Standards.

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  • Hardcover
  • 72 pages
  • Ancient Greece
  • Anne Pearson
  • English
  • 07 August 2017
  • 0756606497

10 thoughts on “Ancient Greece

  1. says:

    I love reading books like these I ve always had a fondness for Greek Mythology and culture because of my family my sister studied it in high school and would tell me the stories she s learned from school then there were my parent who were fortunate enough experience the culture in real life having lived in Greece for a few years I know right I m so j...

  2. says:

    You just can t go wrong with the DK Eyewitness books They feature vivid photography and amazing illustrations Young readers will enjoy learning about Ancient Greece A great book to add to your youth non fiction collection.

  3. says:

    good book

  4. says:

    Reading Log 7English 6 1 Lina Ryadi Ancient Greece is an interesting historical book Edited by Michael Anderson This book mostly talks about how they lived, their origins, and what they did back then It was founded between 800 B.C and 500 B.C Did you know that the first Ancient Greek civilisations were formed nearly 4,000 years ago The Ancient Greek Empire spread from Greece through Europe and in 800 BC, the Greeks started to split their land into city states All of the city states had i Reading Log 7English 6 1 Lina Ryadi Ancient Greece is an interesting historical book Edited by Michael Anderson This book mostly talks about how they lived, their origins, and what they did back then It was founded between 800 B.C and 500 B.C Did you know that the first Ancient Greek civilisations were formed nearly 4,000 years ago The Ancient Greek Empire spread from Greece through Europe and in 800 BC, the Greeks started to split their land into city states All of the city states had its own laws and rulers Also, The Greeks had fears about food, some wouldn t eat beans because they thought they contained the souls of the dead Also, The Greeks often ate dinner while lying on their sides The Ancient Greeks had lots of stories to help them learn about their world and culture, they had a lot of tales about their...

  5. says:

    A little repetitive in places, especially if you read the pull out poster first before the book, but with lots of difficult to remember Greek words, names and places, this isn t such a bad thing The photos are all very relevant and interesting I learned a fair bit, such as Pythagoras not eating beans because he believed people were reincarnated as seeds, and I m far older than the target audience, so I guess a school pupil would find lots of interest therein Immaculately proofread too I boug A little repetitive in places, especially if you read the pull out poster first before the book, but with lots of difficult to remember Greek words, names and places, this isn t such a bad thing The photos are all very relevant and interesting I learned a fair bit, such as Pythagoras not eating beans because he believed people were reincarnated as seeds, and I m far older than the target audience...

  6. says:

    This DK eyewitness book is laid outnicely than many I have seen before The information, while not jumbled is still pretty sophisticated, so, even if it looks like a nice picture book for kids, it is still for older readers I enjoyed this one immensely, even though it glossed over some of the topics of Greek society that can get a little sticky The book also comes with a cd of clip art, which would be great if the kids reading this book were doing a school Powerpoint project For ages 11 This DK eyewitness book is laid outnicely than many I ...

  7. says:

    I felt this book did a great job at capturing what Greece has to offer I did not feel like I was reading a social studies book but I was just learning about Greece and with that the history of Greece and the traditions held I especially loved learning about the olympics and how they started There are so many great lessons that could be taught with that subject because all students have some understanding of what the olympics are so it could be easily related to them Overall I think this is a I felt this book did a great...

  8. says:

    I don t know why we didn t LOVE this book It was good I loved the primary source photographs instead of drawings of artifacts But for some reason we just weren t thrilled Was it because it was the hard Februaryish part of the year or the writing just wasn t as good or perhaps it was a bit beyond where we are at I don t know, all I can tell you is that we were THRILLED to read it or rediscover it and I would have been content to get it from the library and return Nonetheless, it is a s I don t know why we didn t LOVE this book It was good I loved the primary source photographs instead of drawings of artifacts But for some reason we just weren t thrilled Was it because it was the hard Februaryish part of the year or the writing just wasn t as good or perhaps it was a bit beyond where...

  9. says:

    OK I know these are supposed to be kid books but they are awesome Great pictures and just enough text to make you want to learnGreat choices for a beginning history reader or to start an older reader out in a new area Every time I pick one of these up and read it...

  10. says:

    This was a neat book It was very informative with great pictures and illustrations I was mostly interested in the pottery because they are known for their artwork they put on the urns I enjoyed learning about...

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