This collection of books is included in History / Bible / Literature B. If you don't need notes or a schedule, but would like some supplemental reading to go along with an early elementary study of world history, this book collection is for you. It's perfect to accompany your study of the first two years of a classical, four-year history cycle.
These world history books explore the story of the world from Creation through the fall of Rome. You'll see how people lived in ancient Egypt, Greece, Europe, Africa, India, and China. You'll learn about worthy heroes who followed God's call and shared His love with others.
Look at some of the standouts included in this package of eleven carefully curated books. As your children read about ancient history, they may wonder how we know how the ancients lived. The book on archaeology answers that question: Archaeologists find clues like homes, tools, toys and pots. When paired with historical documents, these clues explain what life was like in ancient times.
The readable, story-based Child's History of the World tells the story of world history, without talking down to children. To enhance Hillyer's book, you'll also get the illustrated book The Usborne Book of World History. Either book on its own would be good, but the combination is outstanding.
Additionally, you get to examine these cultures in greater depth in the entertaining, illustrated Time Traveler book.
You'll also enjoy a book about King Tutankhamen and the Great Wall of China; missionary biographies about Joy Ridderhof and George Muller, and more.
Enhance your study of world history today with this collection of excellent books.