||Digging up the past by Lisa Jane Gillespie
- How do ancient things get buried? Who digs them up? And what do they find? Beginner readers can find answers to these questions and more in this colourful information book.
- Illustrated with stunning photographs and illustrations accompanied by short, informative text developed with reading experts.
- Includes carefully selected internet-links to exciting websites.
||Greek Myths & Legends- Usborne IllustratedExciting stories of Greek gods, goddesses and heroes vividly retold for young readers.
- Includes a “Who’s who” guide to each character, including, Icarus and Daedalus, Zeus and Atlas and their role in Greek mythology.
- Contains an informative section on the ancient Greek people and their beliefs.
- Dramatically illustrated by Rodney Matthews
||Norse Myths and Legends- Usborne Illustrated
- Exciting stories of Norse Gods and Goddesses vividly retold for
- who’ guide to each character and their role in Norse mythology.
- Informative section on the Viking people and their beliefs.
- Dramatically illustrated by Rodney Matthews.
||Illustrated stories from the Greek Myths
- A wonderful collection of six classic Greek myths and legends, specially retold for younger readers.
- Includes the stories of ‘The Wooden Horse’, ‘The Minotaur’ and ‘The Odyssey’, as well as a guide to the Greek Gods.
- Beautifully bound in padded hardback, and packed with information, colour and culture, this makes a thrilling read for any child.
- With a pronunciation guide to Greek names on the Usborne Quicklinks website.
||Stories from India
- Enchantingly illustrated by Linda Edwards, this beautiful book retells sixteen traditional Indian tales that will engage and amuse young children.
- Featuring old stories of trickery and cunning, to inspiring stories of the battles and feats of different Hindu gods, this is a classic book that children will return to again and again.
- A perfect gift for young readers
||Stories from around the world
- A magical collection of traditional stories, filled with brave heroes and heroines, wonderful magic and strange creatures.
- Delightful to read aloud to small children, or for young readers to read themselves.
||Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece
- A fascinating and detailed guide to Ancient Greek civilisation from the Minoans to Alexander’s empire.
- Includes detailed information on the key figures, battles and geography of the Ancient Greek Empire, as well gods and goddesses, the Olympic Games and the day-to-day life of its citizens.
- Stunning photographs and illustrations accompanied by detailed diagrams and maps create a vivid picture of life in ancient times.
- Comprehensive fact finder section includes a time chart, who’s who and glossary, making it perfect for reference use.
- Internet-linked to recommended websites to encourage further learning
||Encyclopedia of the Roman World
- Fascinating guide to the Roman World and its dramatic history, government, army, religion and everyday life.
- Stunning photographs and detailed reconstructions create a vivid picture of life in Ancient Rome.
- The comprehensive factfinder includes a time chart, who’s who and details of recent archaeological finds.
- Internet-links offer a fascinating selection of recommended websites, containing additional information for school projects and homework.