Discover life in Ancient Rome with sticker and flap books, and stories and activity books. Perfect for gung-ho gladiators, striving centurions and aspiring Caesars.
The history of Ancient Rome is brought alive in these colourful information books, answering questions such as What was the Roman army like? and Where did they go to eat, sleep and wash?
Travel back in time and look inside the fascinating daily life of the Ancient Romans in this busy lift-the-flap book. Join the Flavius family as they go shopping, visit the baths and watch a thrilling chariot race. Over 70 flaps reveal rich details of interiors and the inner workings of a Roman town. A brilliant first information book.
The essential survival guide for novice soldiers about how to stay alive in the Roman Army. Reveals all the gruesome truths of life in the Roman army, including what soldiers ate, what they wore and how they lived. Witty illustrations complement the informative text, creating a friendly and accessible introduction to Roman history to use at home and in school.
An educational but entertaining way of putting ancient history into modern hands Heritage Key website on Roman Soldier's Handbook
Colourful scenes with flaps to reveal details of life in Ancient Rome. Bright, clear illustrations show scenes such as a gladiator fight at the Colosseum, the workings of a Roman Bath and the Roman legion defending the farthest reaches of the Empire. Includes a view of Rome today, with flaps to lift to uncover what stood there in the past. With over 50 flaps to lift revealing fascinating historical detail.
This spoof travel guide covers all aspects of Ancient Roman life, from how Romans farmed and what they ate to Roman gods and how they were worshipped. With humorous cartoon illustrations, fact boxes and timelines, plus a guide to the best villas and markets. Contents and index pages are included, plus internet links to help children find out more.
Interested in learning more about Ancient Rome? All Usborne books on Romans have links to websites where you can find out how to put on a toga, take a tour of a Roman fort, meet a 10-year-old Roman boy and more.