The Romans: Gods, Emperors and Dormice
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Hear all about Ancient Rome from Dormeo the dormouse – history like it’s never been told before!
Join Marcia Williams on a journey to Ancient Rome to meet the gods, find out who Romulus and Remus were and discover what happened to Julius Caesar. Experience life as an ancient Roman in this fascinating and humorous retelling of the rise and fall of the Roman Empire.
Packed with jokes, comic illustrations and fascinating facts, this hugely entertaining fictional biography will make you look at the Romans in a whole new light!
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