Tunis and Sloane blended well written history with well done pen and pencil illustrations.
In this book, David Macaulay expertly describes and illustrates the construction of the imaginary Roman city of Verbonia.
I highly recommend CITY, and Macaulay's other architectural books, to both children and adults.
Loved it! Perfect for people of all ages who want to understand the gist of the Roman way of lifePublished 3 months ago by sodiumsulfate
Was a great book for social studies. Very informative. There were very many helpful visuals that I thought was goodPublished 3 months ago by L. Su
I love books by David Macaulay and I am student of ancient Rome. The details of the planning and construction of a city of the Roman Empire are amazing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by cathairetic
Fascinating book a real treat for those interested in Ancient Rome. easy to understand and it will keep your attention without costing you too much time!Published 6 months ago by Matthew J Stojack
I love these books. They show how Rome was constructed in beautiful detail. I'd recommend all of David Macaulay's books. Maybe they'll come as a set someday.Published 8 months ago by amazon purchaser
I found this book easy to read, with excellent pictures. We need our young people interested in engineering and understand what it means. Fascinating! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ellen
If you aren't familiar with David Macaulay's books, this is a good introduction. He does wonderful books about historic architecture, with really wonderful, detailed drawings. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Ida's girl
I bought this for my history class. It's the best read in the subject. Wiish it was more colorful. Recommend it.Published 13 months ago by Alicia Lange