The Children’s Plutarch: Tales of the Romans

by F. J. Gould


Description:  Collection of stories of ancient Romans skillfully adapted from Plutarch's Lives, with emphasis placed on the characters of the individuals portrayed. Excellent as an introduction to the biographies of Plutarch. Includes three black and white illustrations by Walter Crane.


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Ages:  ​8-10
Length:  166 pages
Format:  Paperback, Ebook
Illustrations:  Black and white
Year published:  2005
ISBN:  978-1-59915-163-2
Genres:  Ancient History, Biography

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Table of Contents

1. The Twins
2. What the Forest Lady Said 
3. Why the Romans Bore Pain 
4. The Second Founder of Rome 
5. The Man Who Waited 
6. How a Woman Saved Rome 
7. The Triumph 
8. A Roman Undismayed 
9. Cato the Stern 
10. The General Who Ate Dry Bread 
11. The Red General 

12. Battle-Fields and Gardens
13. The Man Who Loved Gold 
14. The White Fawn 
15. The Conqueror of Pirates 
16. Caesar and His Fortune 
17. The Man Who Seldom Laughed 
18. The Noble Brothers 
19. Tully 
20. The Man Who Looked Like Hercules 
21. Caesar's Friend and Enemy

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