If you’ve been following this series, thanks for coming back!
I’m so excited to share all my favorite books for the Ancient Rome Unit.
If you’re just jumping in, you may like to check out the first post for these units
–> Free Ancient World History Curriculum and the supplemental book lists for the previous sections as well. These books are NOT required for the studies… they’re just my favorite resources (most I’ve personally used). You will find the few required books for the curriculum included on each unit’s curriculum page.
Section 1: Ancient Civilizations & the Old Testament & Book List
Section 2: Ancient Egypt (includes Ancient China) & Book List
Section 3: Ancient Greece & Book List
Be sure to follow my Ancient History Pinterest Boards too !
I will be adding the best of the best FREE ideas to them frequently.
* Ancient Civilizations Board
* Ancient Egypt Board
* Ancient Greece Board
* Ancient Rome Board
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* Ancient Rome: An Interactive History Adventure
* Mystery of the Roman Ransom and Detectives in Togas
* Roman Diary: The Journal of Iliona
* The Bronze Bow
* The Thieves of Ostia (good series for the older kids)
– The Roman Mysteries Series
(Above is a link to the main page that shows the books in order)
* Vacation Under the Volcano and Ancient Rome: Fact Tracker Companion
* Galen and the Gateway to Medicine
* Where is the Colosseum ?
* What Was Pompeii ?
* Who Was Julius Caesar ?
* Augustus Caesar’s World
* Science in Ancient Rome
* Journey Through the Bible
* You Wouldn’t Want to Be a Roman Soldier
* You Wouldn’t Want to Be a Roman Gladiator
* Drive Thru History: Rome If You Want To
* Spend the Day in Ancient Greece
* Tools of the Ancient Greeks: A Kid’s Guide to the History and Science of Life in Ancient Greece
* The Roman Empire (Make It Work! History)
* Classical Kids: An Activity Guide (Ancient Greece and Rome) Hands-On History