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by Jeanne Bendick


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Best-selling author Jeanne Bendick takes us for another informative?and amusing?journey into places and events of long ago. Herodotus and the Road to History, written in the first person, details the investigative journeys of Herodotus?a contemporary of the Old Testament prophet Malachi?as he takes ship from Greece and voyages to the limits of his own ancient world.

Best-selling author Jeanne Bendick takes us for another informativeand amusingjourney into places and events of long ago. Herodotus and the Road to History, written in the first person, details the investigative journeys of Herodotusa contemporary of the Old Testament prophet Malachias he takes ship from Greece and voyages to the limits of his own ancient world

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Jeanne Bendick was born February 25, 1919, in New York City.

Jeanne Bendick was born February 25, 1919, in New York City. Her grandfather taught her how to draw as she grew up. Bendick has written and illustrated over 100 books as well as scripts for TV and movies. Bendick has a talent for science drawings. Her illustrations show readers how science relates to daily life. Her books include: The First Book of Space Travel, Along Came Galileo, Herodotus and the Road to History, Archimedes and the Door of Science, and Why Things Work: A Book about Energy.

Jeanne Bendick’s lucid text, humorous illustrations and helpful maps entertain and instruct as they open the way for readers young and old to once again join Herodotus. Other Books in "Ancient". The Cat of Bubastes: A Tale of Ancient Egypt

Jeanne Bendick’s lucid text, humorous illustrations and helpful maps entertain and instruct as they open the way for readers young and old to once again join Herodotus. The Cat of Bubastes: A Tale of Ancient Egypt. The Librarian Who Measured the Earth. Archimedes and the Door of Science. Galen and the Gateway to Medicine. City: A Story of Roman Planning and Construction.

Great historical fiction book for teaching slavery and the underground railroad. Herodotus and the Road to History by Jeanne Bendick. My fourth grader reads these alongside the Story of the World series for Ancient Times. biographies for children. Integrate writing by having students compare their lives with Harriet Tubman's. Meets first grade social studies and writing standards. What others are saying. living history biography on the great historian from ancient greece.

Best-selling author Jeanne Bendick takes us for another informative and amusing journey into places and events of long ago. Herodotus and the Road to History, written in the first person, details the investigative journeys of Herodotus a contemporary of the Old Testament prophet Malachi as he takes ship from Greece and voyages to the limits of his own ancient world. His persistence, amidst disbelief and ridicule, in the self-appointed task of recording his discoveries as histories (the Greek word meaning inquiry ), means that today we can still follow his expeditions into the wonder and mystery of Syria, Persia, Egypt and the barbaric north. Jeanne Bendick's lucid text, humorous illustrations and helpful maps entertain and instruct as they open the way for readers young and old to once again join Herodotus . . . on the road to history..

Herodotus and the Road to History epub download

ISBN13: 978-1932350203

ISBN: 1932350209

Author: Jeanne Bendick

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: Literature & Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Bethlehem Books (October 1, 2009)

Pages: 78 pages

ePUB size: 1940 kb

FB2 size: 1237 kb

Rating: 4.2

Votes: 171

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Mautaxe
Shipped quickly. Very nice gentle introduction to Herodotus.
Mautaxe
Shipped quickly. Very nice gentle introduction to Herodotus.
Eayaroler
My 7th grader is reading ahead in this one and she reports happily that it is a "happy" book. History has become interesting to her!
Eayaroler
My 7th grader is reading ahead in this one and she reports happily that it is a "happy" book. History has become interesting to her!
Paster
Wow! I love this author! I just found this book and enjoyed its simple presentation for kids. I wish I had read this to my kids at younger ages! Now they think the books look a little childish (they are 5th and 6th grade) even though the topic is incredibly relevant for them studying Ancient Greece. I just bought a few of her out-of-print books to enjoy as well.
Paster
Wow! I love this author! I just found this book and enjoyed its simple presentation for kids. I wish I had read this to my kids at younger ages! Now they think the books look a little childish (they are 5th and 6th grade) even though the topic is incredibly relevant for them studying Ancient Greece. I just bought a few of her out-of-print books to enjoy as well.
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I want to supplement my kids' learning modern Greek, and this series gives a nice way to connect the language with culture and history studies. Mostly, I wanted them to have a sense of their own cultural history (my family is Greek). Easy to grasp and accessible to kids, especially those interested in geography.
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I want to supplement my kids' learning modern Greek, and this series gives a nice way to connect the language with culture and history studies. Mostly, I wanted them to have a sense of their own cultural history (my family is Greek). Easy to grasp and accessible to kids, especially those interested in geography.
Zinnthi
Way too small a book for the serious subject matter and all the ancillary stuff that's available
Zinnthi
Way too small a book for the serious subject matter and all the ancillary stuff that's available
Cktiell
We used this to enhance our Ancient Civilizations study when my children were in K and 2nd. They both enjoyed listening as I read it aloud. This would be a great book for older children to read alone.

The story is told in a friend, familiar style making history come alive.
Cktiell
We used this to enhance our Ancient Civilizations study when my children were in K and 2nd. They both enjoyed listening as I read it aloud. This would be a great book for older children to read alone.

The story is told in a friend, familiar style making history come alive.
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Having read Jeanne Bendick's previous books, Archimedes and the Door of Science (Living History Library) and Galen and the Gateway to Medicine (Living History Library), I have been waiting for this one for a long time. Fortunately, Ms. Bendick does not disappoint. This snappy little overview of the eventful life of Herodotus is the perfect way to introduce your kids to the subject of history. It explains why Herodotus developed an interest in recording history and in doing so, shows why the subject is of such importance.

This book is meant for children ages 9-11 and to that end, it is littered throughout with charming line-art illustrations. It is quite a short book and as a result, it doesn't go into any great detail of the multitude of civilizations discussed in Herodotus's histories. A precocious reader could plow through it in a single day. But it should effectively stimulate an interest in knowing more about the ancient events and cultures mentioned. It certainly did for me, though admittedly, I live for this stuff already.

Highly recommended. This is one that's definitely going on my kids' reading list. If your kids love books like this one which teach Greco-Roman history by telling a story, they will probably also like The Ides of April,Beyond the Desert Gate,Belisarius: The First Shall Be Last, and Belisarius--Book II: Glory of the Romans.
Having read Jeanne Bendick's previous books, Archimedes and the Door of Science (Living History Library) and Galen and the Gateway to Medicine (Living History Library), I have been waiting for this one for a long time. Fortunately, Ms. Bendick does not disappoint. This snappy little overview of the eventful life of Herodotus is the perfect way to introduce your kids to the subject of history. It explains why Herodotus developed an interest in recording history and in doing so, shows why the subject is of such importance.

This book is meant for children ages 9-11 and to that end, it is littered throughout with charming line-art illustrations. It is quite a short book and as a result, it doesn't go into any great detail of the multitude of civilizations discussed in Herodotus's histories. A precocious reader could plow through it in a single day. But it should effectively stimulate an interest in knowing more about the ancient events and cultures mentioned. It certainly did for me, though admittedly, I live for this stuff already.

Highly recommended. This is one that's definitely going on my kids' reading list. If your kids love books like this one which teach Greco-Roman history by telling a story, they will probably also like The Ides of April,Beyond the Desert Gate,Belisarius: The First Shall Be Last, and Belisarius--Book II: Glory of the Romans.