Coverbild The Eyes Of The Hydra von Franjo Terhart, ISBN-978-3-423-71370-2
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The Eyes Of The Hydra

A detective story from ancient Rome for you to solve.

Who has kidnapped their teacher? Another case for the young detectives Cornelia & Co.

In the age of Caesar’s Rome, Cornelia and her friends Titus, Publius and Gaius, have arrived on the dot for today’s lesson. But something is wrong – their teacher, Marcus Antonius, isn’t here. Soon it becomes clear that the pedagogue has been kidnapped. But why would anyone want to abduct a teacher? Their curiosity piqued, Cornelia & Co decide to look into the matter. They soon discover that their professor has been leading a secretive double life: as well as being a schoolteacher, he is an agent employed by Caesar to spy on the Egyptians. In their search for their teacher, the children come up against the fearsome and mysterious “Eyes of the Hydra”. The young investigators will clearly need all the help they can get – and that’s where you come in…

“A thoroughly gripping children’s detective story as well as a first rate re-creation of everyday life in Ancient Rome” - Brigitte

Details
144 pages, Age 10 and up, ISBN 978-3-423-71370-2

Rights sold: Turkey
About the author
Portrait des Autors Franjo Terhart

Franjo Terhart

Franjo Terhart, born in 1954, taught Latin and philosophy for several years. He has also published 40 novels, non-fiction books and books for young readers, many on subjects from antiquity or the middle ages.
About the illustrator

Volker Fredrich

Volker Fredrich studied illustration at Hamburg polytechnic. He has illustrated works for a number of publishers, including many historical non-fiction books.
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