Great Warriors: Gladiators

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Creative Company, Feb 2, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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From gladiators in crowded arenas to samurai on open battlefields, each era of human history has seen its share of Great Warriors. But what made these fighters great, and why do people remain fascinated by them today? From simple text and artful illustrations, kids will discover what life was like for four unique types of combatants. Each book features famous individuals, in all their swashbuckling glory, and explains how the fighters' mode of battle grew out of their particular culture.

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Kate Riggs is a Minnesota-based editor and author of children's and young adult nonfiction books. In 2012, her book Dolphins was honored as the winner of the Maryland Blue Crab Young Reader Award for Transitional Nonfiction.Fiammetta Dogi is an Italian artist who specializes in children's books. Since receiving her education in graphic arts and illustration, she has created work for clients worldwide, with her art appearing in numerous books, magazines, and advertisements.

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