Theras and His Town by Caroline Dale Snedeker

Theras is a little boy growing up in Athens. His life is turned upside down when he must move to Sparta. He wants nothing more than the escape back to Athens even though the journey would be very dangerous.

Theras and His Town is historical fiction written for children that allows the reader to really get a good glimpse into life in Athens and Sparta and the extreme differences between the two. It is very biased toward Athens being good and Sparta being bad. I enjoyed it as much as my sons (even though I was reading it to my 8-year-old, my 10-year-old listened in and kept commenting on how good it was). I highly recommend it as a family read-aloud and for those studying ancient Greece.

5 (out of 5) Stars

Books Read in 2017: 68
Pages Read in 2017: 20,039
Read 52 Books in 52 Weeks (more book reviews!)
Reason I Chose It: Assigned to Adrian for School

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