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The Greeks get the credit for being great philosophers, myth-makers and sportsmen. (They invented the Olympics, don’t forget). But in between doing great things, what was day-to-day life like at home? Was it equally awesome? Find out in this fun book, which has a lively magazine-style layout and lots of funny facts to make you chuckle. How did the rich and famous live? What about poor people and slaves? How about if you were a woman? Were things great for them, too? Plus: learn why one of Greece’s greatest thinkers told people not to eat beans. (Go on: have a guess!)
- Fun-filled history with a witty tone and magazine-style look
- Addictive mix of quirky facts to keep children reading
- Richly detailed look at life across the social spectrum
- Lots of surprising facts that other books won’t tell you
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