From October 2-3, grab this FREE Kindle Book: Ancient History from Primary Sources by Harvey and Laurie Bluedorn!
This illustrated reference book guides the student on a selective timeline tour through ancient history and providing the primary literary sources which accompany these events. The resource covers the period from the creation of the world to A.D. 476. Each person or event comes with suggested readings from different literary sources. The sources are suitable for students ages twelve and up — some suitable for younger students. This book is 222 pages total! Remember, the Kindle version is FREE for 2 days — October 2-3, so snag this freebie while you can!
Here is the special offer:
On October 2-3 (these two days only), the Kindle version of Ancient History from Primary Sources: A Literary Timeline will be free. In addition, if you download the Kindle version sometime during the two day period and write an Amazon review, we’ll send you one of the following ebooks from the Trivium Pursuit catalog (in PDF format). You can choose one of these six ebooks:
Ancient Literature — Significant Excerpts From the Books of Classical Authors Which You Can Use to Supplement Your History Curriculum
One — Julius Caesar
Two — Alexander the Great
Three — Augustus, Jesus Christ, and Tiberius
Four — Ancient Egypt
Five — Caligula, Claudius, and Paul
Six — Nero, Paul, and the Destruction of Jerusalem
HOW TO CLAIM YOUR FREE EBOOK FROM THE LIST ABOVE:
After you download this book and post your review on Amazon here, then, send an email to bluedorn @ triviumpursuit.com with the title of the ebook you would like.
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