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You Wouldnt Want to Be an Assyrian Soldier! Humorous Handy Hints That Relate Directly To The Text Are Provided On Each Spread High Interest Topic For Children Of All Ages Includes Table Of Contents, Glossary, And Index Draws In Even The Most Reluctant Reader With A Lighthearted Tone And Hilarious Illustrations The Cultures And Traditions Of Ancient Civilizations Spring To Life In The Pages Of This Series Perfect For Struggling Readers.Grades K 4 Social Studies II Time, Continuity, And Change Accounts Of Past Events, People, Places, And Situations Contribute To Our Understanding Of The PastI Culture People, Societies, And Cultures Address Needs And Concerns In Ways That Are Both Similar And Different

10 thoughts on “You Wouldnt Want to Be an Assyrian Soldier!

  1. says:

    This is the fifth book we ve read in the You Wouldn t Want To series I like that they tackle serious historical events and show the not so nice side of human behavior, but in a somewhat humorous and tongue in cheek way The book puts you as the reader into the center of the story, so you can imagine what life in those times was like.Life for an Assyrian soldier in 720 B.C.E was a difficult and often dangerous existence Selected for service from amongst the men in your village, you are subj This is the fifth book we ve read in the You Wouldn t Want To series I like that they tackle serious historical events and show the not so nice side ...

  2. says:

    Great book Lots of incredible fact that you don t want to miss

  3. says:

    It was interesting to read about the different levels and jobs in the Assyrian army however, most people would probably not have moved up in the ranks like the character in this story.

  4. says:

    Funny and insightful Who knew about Assyrians until I read this book Now I know how important they were in the history of the world A ferocious people.

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