Learning about history or geographical locations has often consisted purely of facts--who did what where and when. While obviously important, it's unfortunately not easy to recall such information. However, when presented in narrative form, the student places himself in the hero's shoes, and see everything in its historically proper place, because the story has given it a correct historical context. The authors here have presented us with fascinating and age appropriate renditions of classic Grecian myth. History is finally being taught and told through the lives of its own people. Each lesson is approximately 3 pages long with an illustration to match. 138 pages, softcover.
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