If I Were A Kid in Ancient Greece

If I Were A Kid in Ancient Greece

Book - 2006
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Reminders of Greek culture are everywhere evident today, from bubblegum to plays (Greeks invented both). But what was ancient Greece like for children? As this book explains, youngsters were well educated, sometimes with private teachers. They studied music, practicing as much as three hours a day! They engaged in mock-battles as a way to learn bravery. And they worshipped their gods in temples, just like adults did. This book covers "house rules," gym class, the Olympic games, the Greek gods, pets, and a host of other topics designed to introduce a legendary society to young minds.
Publisher: Peterborough, N.H. : Cricket Books, c2006
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780812679298
Branch Call Number: J 938 IF
Characteristics: 31 p. :,col. ill. ;,25 cm
Additional Contributors: Sheldon, Kenneth M.
Waryncia, Lou
Alternative Title: Ancient Greece


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