A-Z's of Ancient Rome: A Rhyming Introduction to Roman history
Knowledge of Roman history and culture is foundational to understanding Western civilization. This rhyming journey through ancient Rome via the alphabet offers a captivating and fun way to introduce young children to the wonders of the Roman world. Each letter of the alphabet introduces a catchy rhyme and supporting paragraph regarding some interesting facet of Roman life. The 13 year old author created this work to share his love of ancient history with younger students.
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