Eye of the Cyclaw by Robin Price
  

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This series brings history brilliantly alive in a fun way for children aged 6+. This is the second in a series of 4 featuring all manner of cats; no humans to be found in the pages at all.

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Synopsis

Eye of the Cyclaw by Robin Price

Reviews

'This series is an excellent way to introduce young readers (6+) to the world of ancient Greece and Rome; they make good class readers. Lively illustrations by Chris Watson add to the enjoyment.' Parents in Touch

'Spartapuss is already the star of a great series and now younger readers can enjoy his son's exploits in Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome. Not the ancient worlds you may know, though - humans have never existed here. Son of Spartapuss has a lot to learn when a mysterious stranger offers to pay his debts he finds himself in the School for Strays, a school for gladiators.. and en route to the Olympuss Games. If you love puns, then you are in for a real treat! And if you don't, but want to learn a bit of ancient history whilst enjoying a fun story, either way, this is a great series for you!' Parents In Touch


About the Author

Robin Price

Robin Price is the author of three historical series’ Spartapuss , The Olympuss Games and Beowuff – where cats and dogs rule the world. His graphic novel London Deep was chosen as a Recommend Read for World Book Day in 2011. An Olivier nominated songwriter, Robin writes songs for Tall Stories theatre company. His writing credits include The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom (by Julia Donaldson) and a musical version of Something Else by the Children’s Laureate Chris Riddell. When he’s not writing books. Robin leads creative writing workshops for kids and has run writing workshops for Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust and The Young Archaeologists Club.

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Paperback
98 pages

Author

Robin Price
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Author's Website

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Publisher

Mogzilla

Publication date

10th September 2014

ISBN

9781906132835

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