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Julius Caesar : The Boy Who Conquered an Empire
Children's - Grade 4-6, Age 9-11 
64 p.  
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ISBN 9781426300646
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An insightful presentation of a great leader's rise to power, supplemented with engaging details interspersed throughout the text.
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Examines the life of Julius Caesar, including his childhood, education, and rise to power, and discusses the world of ancient Rome.

Born in Rome around 100 B.C., Gaius Julius Caesar grew up to lead of one of the world's greatest empires. A boy of fierce drive and ambition, he was tutored from the age of six. The teenage Gaius became head of his household at 16 and master of his own destiny. Caesar joined the military and at 22 he returned to Rome to begin his unstoppable rise to power. This National Geographic World History Biography leads readers through the intriguing world of Ancient Rome, with a time line, graphic illustrations of historical events, and maps of Rome and its far reaching empire.

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