Warriors Around the World Series


Who were the soldiers of the ancient world? How were ancient conflicts and wars resolved? Readers will get a view of history through the eyes of those on the front lines of some of its most famous battles. This series will describe the historical context in which each type of warrior thrived; the equipment and weapons they used; uniforms and clothing; tactics, strategies, fighting methods, and maneuvers; famous and infamous conflicts, and the lasting impact they had on war and history.

Number of Titles: 7

Interest Level: Grades 5-8

Guided Reading Level: Z

Lexile Level: 1080-1190

ISBN: 9781625135254 (E-book)

Copyright: ©2017



"Photos of representative art from the period add details and explanations, as do photos of staged examples…Much of what is known about each warrior group is mythical and legendary, and the authors are careful to identify their sources and communicate what may or may not be true…This series will support a middle school curriculum that includes a study of world history and provide resources for research topics or general readers…Recommended." - School Library Connection

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