Everyday Life in Ancient Greece

Jr. Graphic Ancient Civilizations

The first people to develop an alphabet with vowels were those of Ancient Greece. They were also the first to have an Olympic competition over 3000 years ago. Readers will get a unique perspective into life in Ancient Greece in this illustrated, graphic novel-style volume. The book takes a peek at the life of a magistrate and his family, while providing details about what life was like in this ancient culture.

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Book review: Everyday Life in Ancient Greece

The book Everyday Life in Ancient Greece is a good educational source for my low level readers. Our 6th grade students study ancient Greece in their social studies class. This book would provide the low level readers with interesting facts (such as: Greek families were not large, so it was important to have a son who would inherit family property and wealth and husbands and wives did not spend time together during the day) in a format that catches their attention (graphic novels) and is also easy to understand (reading level 4.0). I found the overview and glossary to be beneficial and the index easy to utilize.

Kathleen M. Rizzo, Baldwin Borough Public Library

Product type:
ISBN: 978-1-4488-6387-7
Author: Kirsten Holm
Copyright: 2012
Reading Level: Grades 2-3
Interest Level: Grades 3-6
Lexile: 570L
Dimensions: 6 1/2" x 10"