My Brother Plato (Paperback)
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My Brother Plato (Paperback)

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Paperback 208 Pages
Published: 04/01/2024
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Potone lives in Athens with her mum, her stepdad and her incredibly annoying brother, Plato. The city is at war with the ferocious Spartans.

When Potone is not arguing with Plato, she is often overcome by her anxiety. Her stepbrother, Demos, a young man with fire in his heart and a thirst for battle, brings his war cries to the streets of Athens and the heart of their home.

But Potone and Plato’s constant bickering has set them both up to be very good at debating. Can she overcome her fears and find a way to bring peace to her home and her city?

Cover art by Daniel Duncan

Publisher: Andersen Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781839133848
Number of pages: 208
Weight: 170 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 13 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

"Myerson has very cleverly woven some complex ideas into an accessible text for middle grade readers" - Armadillo Magazine

"A quirky, inspiring introduction to Plato for young people" - LoveReading4Kids

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“A great introduction to the ancient philosopher”

The older I get, the more interesting I find history. Not the modern sort, which leaves me cold, but ancient history and in particular the Greek and Roman cultures which were only touched upon when I was at school.... More

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