The Story of the Greeks
|Rating||:||4.25 (990 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||206 Pages|
"be warned" according to K. Steele. Just a few things to consider when looking at this particular edition.the text is the same as the other edition (you know, the one the "look inside" feature uses), but be aware that this particular cheaper volume does not have any of the maps or illustrations. It is ONLY text. Also, the font looks like an old fashioned typewriter - it's not one of the newer, more commonly used fonts for books. Had I known this to be the case, I would have spent the extra few dollars for the Yesterday's Classics version. The "look inside" feature DID indicate it was from the . "A great way to learn Greek history!" according to L. R. Runnels. Skip the boring, tedious textbooks! Guerber brings history facts to life in story book fashion. I am convinced that children would enjoy learning history in school if they could read from books like this rather than from textbooks. My 6th grade home-schooler read this a few chapters at a time while we were studying Ancient Greece. He always wanted to keep reading farther than what I had assigned him for that day. I highly recommend this book for 5th through 8th graders. We also enjoyed "The Story of the Romans" by the same author.. Worse, it's a children's book for kids in a This is a children's book. It s full of "when you learn this" and "you already know that", Bleah. And she can't spell "stayed", she calls it staid. Worse, it's a children's book for kids in a religious school. It is so full of Christian bias that it's hard to take as a history. So, if you're looking for a misleading Christian history for young children, this is a good choice.
A. "The Story of the Romans" is another excellent book by the same author.. Skip the boring, tedious textbooks! H. Children would enjoy learning history in school if they could read from books like this rather than from textbooks. Guerber brings history facts to life in story book fashion