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17 historical fiction books worth reading this spring. These novels will transport you from WWII to Tudor England to Imperial Rome.

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17 historical fiction books worth reading this spring. These novels will transport you from WWII to Tudor England to Imperial Rome.

Is your Child fascinated by History?  Do you wish he was?  This list of Books About the Roman Empire for Kids is sure to grow the love your child can have for History!  Personally, I find Ancient Rome extremely fascinating and love sharing it with my kids. Books About the Roman Empire for Kids From stories to […]

Books About the Roman Empire for Kids

Book Collection About the Roman Empire - ancient world history curriculum - matches with SOTW

Angels & Demons by Dan Brown -- When world-renowned Harvard symbologist Robert Langdon is summoned to a Swiss research facility to analyze a mysterious symbol -- seared into the chest of a murdered physicist -- he discovers evidence of the unimaginable: the resurgence of an ancient secret brotherhood known as the Illuminati ... the most powerful underground organization ever to walk the earth.

My favorite Dan Brown book-even more than the DaVinci Code

6 self-improvement books worth reading

Self-Improvement Books & Dilemmas

Marissa Moss books are great for teachers!!!  Her historical journals are perfect for teaching about:  Ancient Rome, Pioneer Life, Colonial Life, The Life of an Immigrant, and The Great Depression.  Cute handwritten journals with small pictures in the margins.  My class read Rachel's Journal: Life of a Pioneer Girl and LOVED IT!!!

Marissa Moss is a prominent children's book author with a career that has spanned over twenty years and thirty titles.

A Rabbi's commentary on the value of literature, such as "The Da Vinci Code" (click) - excellent!!

'The Da Vinci Code' - Dan Brown. Loved the book. Thought the movie could have been better.

The First Man in Rome, Masters of Rome, by Colleen McCullough. The only Rome books you'll ever need to read. If I were a history teacher, this is what i'd use instead of textbooks.

The First Man in Rome, Masters of Rome, by Colleen McCullough. The only Rome books you'll ever need to read. If I were a history teacher, this is what i'd use instead of textbooks.

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