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    [DK.一系列书籍].The.Price.of.Victory.(Dk.Graphic.Readers.L4).pdf

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    [DK.一系列书籍].The.Price.of.Victory.(Dk.Graphic.Readers.L4).pdf

    by Stewart Rossand InklinkREADERSGRAPHICREADERSGRAPHIC3.99 USA4.99 Canada1DK READERSStunning photographs combine with lively illustrations and engaging, age-appropriate stories in DK READERS, a multilevel reading program guaranteed to capture children’s interest while developing their reading skills and general knowledge.Discover more atwww.dk.comTravel back to Ancient Greece and witness a tale of rivalry and sabotage at the Olympic Games.STEWARTROSSandINKLINKISBN 978-0-7566-2567-29 7 8 0 7 5 6 6 2 5 6 7 25 0 3 9 9DKPublishingTHEPRICEOFVICTORYREADERSGRAPHICGRAPHICWith DK READERS, children will learn to readthen read to learnLearning to readBeginning to readBeginning to read aloneReading aloneHigh-frequency words Picture word strips Labels to introduce and reinforce vocabularyWord repetition, limited vocabulary, and simple sentencesPicture dictionary boxesLonger sentences and increased vocabularyInation boxes full of extra fun factsSimple indexMore complex sentence structureInation boxes and alphabetical glossaryComprehensive index Proficient readersRich vocabulary and challenging sentence structureAdditional ination and alphabetical glossaryComprehensive index Comic-book story to encourage readingMap, timeline, and illustrated glossaryInation on the history behind the storyREADERSGRAPHICPrinted in China4flexpaper.studylead.comBOOK CODE BOOK TITLE LEvEL 4 GrID B 228 x 150 mm USREADERSSpacebusters The race to the moonBeastly TalesShark AttackTitanicInvaders from Outer Spacemovie magicPlants Bite BackTime TravelerBermuda TriangleTiger TalesAladdinHeidiZeppelin The Age of the AirshipSpiesTerror on the AmazonDisasters at SeaThe Story of Anne FrankAbraham Lincoln Lawyer, Leader, LegendGeorge Washington Soldier, Hero, PresidentExtreme SportsSpiders’ SecretsThe Big Dinosaur DigSpace Heroes Amazing AstronautsThe Story of ChocolateSchool Days Around the WorldLEGO mission to the ArcticNFL Super Bowl HeroesNFL Peyton manningNFL Whiz Kid QuarterbacksmLB Home run Heroes Big mac, Sammy, and JuniormLB roberto ClementemLB roberto Clemente en espaolmLB World Series HeroesmLB record BreakersmLB Down to the Wire Baseball’s Great Pennant racesStar Wars Star PilotAbraham Lincoln Abogado, Lder, Leyenda en espaolAl Espacio La Carrera a la Luna en espaolThe x-men SchoolFantastic Four The World’s Greatest SuperteamLevel 3Days of the Knightsvolcanoes and Other Natural DisastersSecrets of the mummiesPirates raiders of the High SeasHorse HeroesTrojan Horsemicro monstersGoing for GoldExtreme machinesFlying Ace The Story of Amelia Earhartrobin HoodBlack BeautyFree at Last The Story of martin Luther King, Jr.Joan of ArcWelcome to The Globe The Story of Shakespeare’s TheaterSpooky SpinechillersAntarctic AdventureSpace Station Accident on mirAtlantis The Lost CityDinosaur DetectivesDanger on the mountain Scaling the World’s Highest PeaksCrime BustersThe Story of muhammad AliFirst Flight The Story of the Wright BrothersD-day Landings The Story of the Allied InvasionSolo SailingLEGO race for SurvivalWCW Going for GoldbergWCW Feel the StingWCW Fit for the TitleWCW Finishing movesJLA Batman’s Guide to Crime and DetectionJLA Superman’s Guide to the UniverseJLA Aquaman’s Guide to the OceansJLA Wonder Woman’s Book of mythsJLA The Flash’s Book of SpeedJLA Green Lantern’s Book of InventionsThe Story of the x-men How it all BeganCreating the x-men How Comic Books Come to LifeSpider-man’s Amazing PowersThe Story of Spider-manThe Incredible Hulk’s Book of StrengthThe Story of the Incredible HulkTransers Armada The AwakeningTransers Armada The QuestTransers Armada The Unicron BattlesTransers Armada The UprisingTransers Energon megatron returnsTransers Energon Terrorcon AttackStar Wars Galactic CrisisLos Asombrosos Poderes de Spider-man en espaolLa Historia de Spider-man en espaolGraphic readers Curse of the Crocodile GodGraphic readers Instruments of DeathGraphic readers The Price of victoryGraphic readers The Terror TrailFantastic Four Evil AdversariesLevel 4 flexpaper.studylead.comA Note to Parents and TeachersDK READERS is a compelling program for beginning readers, designed in conjunction with leading literacy experts, including Dr. Linda Gambrell, Professor of Education at Clemson University. Dr. Gambrell has served as President of the National Reading Conference and the College Reading Association, and has recently been elected to serve as President of the International Reading Association.Beautiful illustrations and superb full-color photographs combine with engaging, easy-to-read stories to offer a fresh approach to each subject in the series.Each DK READER is guaranteed to capture a child’s interest while developing his or her reading skills, general knowledge, and love of reading.The five levels of DK READERS are aimed at different reading abilities, enabling you to choose the books that are exactly right for your childPre-level 1 Learning to read Level 1 Beginning to read Level 2 Beginning to read alone Level 3 Reading alone Level 4 Proficient readersThe “normal” age at which a child begins to read can be anywhere from three to eight years old. Adult participation through the lower levels is very helpful for providing encouragement, discussing storylines, and sounding out unfamiliar words.No matter which level you select, you can be sure that you are helping your child learn to read, then read to learnflexpaper.studylead.comContentsThe Price of Victory 4Map and timeline 42Glossary 42Editor Kate SimkinsDesigners Cathy Tincknell and John KellySenior Editor Catherine SaundersBrand Manager Lisa LanzariniPublishing Manager Simon BeecroftCategory Publisher Alex AllanDTP Designer Hanna LndinProduction Rochelle TalaryReading Consultant Maureen FernandesPublished in Great Britain in 2007 by Dorling Kindersley Limited,80 Strand, London WC2R 0RLSome material contained in this book was previously published in 2004 in Tales of the Dead Ancient Greece.07 08 09 10 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1Copyright 2007 Dorling Kindersley LimitedAll rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retri system, or transmitted in any or by any means, electronic,mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the copyright owner.A CIP record for this book is available from the British Library.ISBN 978-1-40531-839-6High-res workflow proofed by Media Development and Printing Ltd, UK.Design and digital artworking by John Kelly and Cathy Tincknell.Printed and bound in China by L. Rex Printing Co. Ltd.All artwork by Inklink except the illustrations of the agora on page 44, the oracle at Delphi and the ox being sacrificed on page 45, the theatre on page 46, Athens’ docks on page 47 and the Olympic Games opening ceremony on page 48 by Richard Bonson.Discover more atwww.dk.comLONDON, NEW YORK, MUNICH, MELBOURNE, and DELHIflexpaper.studylead.comREADERSWritten by Stewart RossIllustrated by Inklinkflexpaper.studylead.com The Price of VicToryPylades’s story takes place about 2,500 years ago in Ancient Greece. It is the year 416 bce, and as the athletes prepare for the Olympic Games, the Greek city-states of Sparta and Athens renew their rivalry. Turn to page 42 to see a map and timeline, and then let the story begin....“My naMe is Pylades and I am 11 years old. I live with my parents and brother and sister in Athens. My older brother Kinesias is an athlete. He has been training really hard so that he can bring glory to our home city of Athens at the Olympic Games. But we are worried because the gods have sent signs warning Kinesias not to compete in the Games. We do not want to offend the gods but Kinesias is the best runner in all Greece. I must find a way to let him race”Look out for the DID YOU KNOW facts on every page. Words in bold appear in the glossary on page 42.flexpaper.studylead.com it WAS eArly evening in the city-StAte of sparta.A Secret meeting WAS About to tAke plAce.Welcome We Are here to diScuSS the olympic games.Look out for the DID YOU KNOW facts on every page. Words in bold appear in the glossary on page 42.flexpaper.studylead.com It Is the race wIth the greatest glory for us, a warrIor people.do you understand, lykourgosyes, sIr I wIll wIn for the honor of spartathe shame of losIng would be unbearable.I wIll wIn... ...at all costsa spartan must wIn the race-In-armor. DIDYOUKNOW Sparta had the best army in Greece. In Sparta, boys left home at age seven to train as soldiers.flexpaper.studylead.com myrtIlos are you theremyrtIlos at your servIce, sIr... kInesIas from athens must not compete In the games.stop hImby any means ...stagehand, spy... ...remover of nuIsances......for the rIght prIcethIs should cover ItDIDYOUKNOW Sparta had the best army in Greece. In Sparta, boys left home at age seven to train as soldiers.flexpaper.studylead.com every day after school, i watched my brother kinesias training for the games.no one could catch himgo, kinesias, for athenshmm, i can see why lykourgos is worried.but he needn’t fear much longer.he was running in the race-in-armor.in athens...DIDYOUKNOW Athens was the wealthiest city-state in Greece. Its money came from trading with lands around the Mediterranean Sea.flexpaper.studylead.com you looked invincible, brother.i went to greet kinesias after training. later, we went to uncle’s house for a symposium.it was only my second Party.don’t be nervousno one will be watching you.DIDYOUKNOW Athens was the wealthiest city-state in Greece. Its money came from trading with lands around the Mediterranean Sea.only the gods are invincible, Pylades.flexpaper.studylead.com 10welcome, sirs.when you win the race-in-armor, kinesias...uncle’s other guests were already eating and talking. excuse me, sir......but athene alone can grant me victory.but kinesias became the center of attention.DIDYOUKNOW Guests at symposiums lay on couches. The all-male guests discussed important matters of the day.flexpaper.studylead.com 11later, as we were leaving...kinesias went very pale.without speaking, he handed the message to me.“attend not the games, kinesias” “i have spoken”signed by athene...a slave gave kinesias a slate.a stranger left you thisDIDYOUKNOW Guests at symposiums lay on couches. The all-male guests discussed important matters of the day.flexpaper.studylead.com 12let me seeDID YOU KNOW Girls in Athens did not go to school. They stayed at home to learn household crafts such as weaving.Next morNiNg, i was still troubled by the message.if this is true, the goddess will surely give you a sign.all day loNg, kaloNike’s words hauNted me. i kept lookiNg for a sigN.theN, i saw it...i showed the slate to my sister kaloNike.she was as frighteNed as we were.flexpaper.studylead.com 13 DID YOU KNOW Girls in Athens did not go to school. They stayed at home to learn household crafts such as weaving.pyladesit was a bad omenthe owl was a sigN of atheNe.as i turNed, i saw somethiNg fall from a wiNdow above.pylades where are you goiNgkiNesiaslook outi chased it through the agora. suddeNly, i heard a familiar voice....aN owl... iN daytimeflexpaper.studylead.com 14 DIDYOUKNOW Athene was the patron goddess of Athens. “Soothsayer” means “person who tells the truth.”crashI saw It fall from the wIndow above. what was ItIt was a statue... of athenewas thIs the sIgn kalonIke foretoldthat was closewe must fInd out what thIs meanstoo closekInesIas was shocked.flexpaper.studylead.com 15 DIDYOUKNOW Athene was the patron goddess of Athens. “Soothsayer” means “person who tells the truth.”I cannot be sure....to consult a soothsayer.we went to the edge of town......the futureIt Is saId he Is able to tell...flexpaper.studylead.com 16 DIDYOUKNOW The most important gods lived on Mount Olympus. Delphi was about 110 miles 180 kilometers from Athens.we consulted another soothsayer....or perhaps not.perhaps it is a warning...the gods are unclear.i can’t telluseless all of them, uselessthe others weren’t any better. flexpaper.studylead.com 17 DIDYOUKNOW The most important gods lived on Mount Olympus. Delphi was about 110 miles 180 kilometers from Athens.apollo will not fail us.we need the oracle at delphi.we left at once for delphi.brrri’m freezingwe’ll get no answers herethis journey is tiring me outha my plan is working. kinesias will be in no fit state to compete.it was a long, exhausting trip.flexpaper.studylead.com 18 DIDYOUKNOW People came from all over Greece to Delphi. The Ancient Greeks believed Delphi was the center of the world.Delphi.the Center of the worlD.we obeyeD the rituals.we waiteD...the signs were favorable so we were aDmitteD to the temple.we were leD to the Chamber of the oraCle.we sacrificed a goat.flexpaper.studylead.com 19 DIDYOUKNOW People came from all over Greece to Delphi. The Ancient Greeks believed Delphi was the center of the world.hear, ye, the worDs of apollo.you must always honor the goDs.anD with that it was over....while the priestess communed with the goDs.finally, she spoke....anD waiteD...flexpaper.studylead.com 20To honor zeus i musT go To The gamesbuT To honor aThene i musT sTay aT homego back To The place where The sTaTue fell......ask arounD...DIDYOUKNOW Zeus was the most powerful Greek god. Festivals were days of feasting dedicated to the gods.we reTurneD home......TireD...buT kalonike wasn’T giving up ThaT easily....anD confuseD.flexpaper.studylead.com 21...see whaT you can finD ouT.This is The place.come inThis was his room.ThaT’s oDDmy sTaTue of aThene is missingDIDYOUKNOW Zeus was the most powerful Greek god. Festivals were days of feasting dedicated to the gods.The owner maDe masks for The theater.buT he moveD ouT yesTerDay. he haD Taken a lodger During The fesTival. flexpaper.studylead.com 22 DIDYOUKNOW Only men acted in Greek plays. The largest theaters could seat up to 17,000 spectators.Do you know where we might be able to finD your loDgerwell, you coulD try the theater.his name is myrtilosthankswe raceD tothe theater.the audience were taking their seats.let’s finD the stage manager.flexpaper.studylead.com 23 DIDYOUKNOW Only men acted in Greek plays. The largest theaters could seat up to 17,000 spectators.an actor pointeD him out to us.myrtilos you’ll finD him up on the...waitheyhe spotteD us anD trieD to get away.sto

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