Kingfisher Readers L3: Ancient Rome by Thea Feldman, Claire Llewellyn, Philip Steele
  

Synopsis

Kingfisher Readers L3: Ancient Rome by Thea Feldman, Claire Llewellyn, Philip Steele

Many of the things we have today, such as our language, our laws, our buildings and our cooking started in ancient Rome. This book introduces new readers to the history and culture of the Romans, including the architecture, games, clothing, and interesting aspects of daily life such as bathing, studying, and entertainment. The text introduces important new vocabulary--conquer, empire, mosaic--and is woven together with beautiful photographs and illustrations, which help readers get the context. A timeline, index, and glossary complete the book, and help build research skills and confidence in reading.

LEVEL 3: READING ALONE

WITH SOME HELP

Accessible and engaging, with plenty of interest and repetition, and more variety of language and information than level 2. Text introduces a few more challenging words and a wider variety of tenses.

Guided Reading Levels: K, L

About the Author

PHILIP STEELE is an experienced writer and editor who has been writing books for children and adults on a wide range of topics including history, geography, and cultural and social themes, for over 20 years. He lives in North Wales, United Kingdom.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Thea Feldman, Claire Llewellyn, Philip Steele
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Publisher

Kingfisher Books Ltd an imprint of Pan Macmillan

Publication date

6th December 2012

ISBN

9780753469033


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