Let's learn about Greece

Stories, puzzles, and more, to pass the time


By Aliki Ammerman



Was the Trojan War real?

What is the Golden Age?

Cavemen in Greece?


This and many more questions have an answer in this new and different history book on Greece. A book that covers all periods of history in page-long chapters.


It's actually a workbook that comes to fill a gap in the books on Greek history available for children. And, it's available in electronic form. It can be mailed to your inbox within 24 hours from payment. Simply download it in your computer, print it, and bind it to make it easy for you to use.


Each chapter is followed by an activity - crossword puzzle, hidden words, fill the blanks, and more, that reinforces learning.


The book is written in English specifically for children of the upper elementary grades (8.2 reading level.) You don't have to go looking for it in niche and specialty stores; and if you did, you would not find anything like it.



















If you plan a trip to Greece,


if your children are struggling with a report on Greek History,


You need this book!



This overview of the historical periods of Greece can help a young student understand the sequence of events and the changes that took place in the Greek peninsula from the time of cavemen till today. It includes a timeline and a short bibliography.


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Let's learn about Greece

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Pigis Afroditis 3, Melissia 151 27,

Athens, Greece




'Let's learn about Greece' is the companion book to the Acropolis and Delphi guides.

Let's learn about Greece

110 pages





            NostosBooks            Stories and workbooks for children coming to Greece

People who bought this book said:

This book is short, concise, and informative. I learned as much from it as my son! I found the activities particularly helpful. Thank you!

Jennifer Richards, VA

I have been looking for a book like this for sometime, to teach my daughter her Greek heritage. Thank you for writing books like this ' they really help!

Mary Constantino, Ontario, Canada

Niko had to write a research report and make a presentation on any topic. He chose the Greek war of independence. This was without any influence from us although we are pleased that he has taken the interest in his heritage. Your books came in handy to review some of his facts!

Randy Walker, NB, Canada



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Wow! What a great accomplishment with your e-books! Congratulations, Aliki, for a job well done. I'll spread the word about your site and look forward to your future works as well.

Jane Mantarakis, first grade teacher, ACS, Greece

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