Julius Caesar’s grand-nephew Octavian had a genius for politics. Within a year after Caesar’s death the teenager became one of Rome’s three leaders. Just over a decade later he took total control. The Roman people gave him a new name: Augustus Caesar.
- Publisher: Mitchell Lane
- Series: Biography of Ancient Civilizations
- Year Published: 2005
- Age Level: 8-13
- Category: Biography
Though this book contains much information, it is presented in a way which grasps the attention of elementary students. This book could serve as a great research tool for students, allowing them a break from traditional text-filled pages. (LibraryThing)