Collectibles

Sometimes books are printed in small numbers for special occasions and then go out of print. If you are a top fan of the Roman Mysteries you might like to add these ‘collectibles’ to your shelf. My favourite is the Travel Guide, From Ostia to Alexandria with Flavia Gemina. Some editions have colour plates of me and my husband-illustrator Richard on some of our research trips! 

Collectibles
The Roman Mysteries Treasury
The Roman Mysteries Treasury

Join Flavia, Jonathan, Nubia and Lupus as they explore fascinating facets of life in ancient Rome. Evocative text and vivid full-colour illustrations bring to life the themes, settings and personalities in the bestselling series. Topics covered include Flavia on the class system in Roman society, favourite myths and legends, and holidays and celebrations; Jonathan discovering the world of Roman sport and leisure and the different religions; Nubia on animals in Roman times and Lupus on childhood in Roman times, plus ancient cultures’ fascination with number and alphabet puzzles and games. Includes a timeline of key events in Roman history and a map of the Roman Empire.

Publisher: Orion Children's Books
October 2017
The Roman Quiz Book 1
The Roman Quiz Book 1

This quiz book features questions about the characters, places and events occurring in books 1-6 of the Roman Mysteries. In addition, there will be questions based on the popular maps in the books, quizzes about ancient Roman food, fashion, customs, literature, music, an illustrated Aristo’s Scroll plus a mammoth general quiz. Answers supplied at the back of the book.

Publisher: Orion Children's Books
March 2007
The Roman Quiz Book 2
The Roman Quiz Book 2

As well as being gripping adventures, Caroline Lawrence’s bestselling novels are packed with facts about ancient Roman life. This quiz book includes over 500 questions based on the following six titles: The Enemies of Jupiter, The Gladiators from Capua, The Colossus of Rhodes, The Fugitive from Corinth, The Sirens of Surrentum and The Charioteer of Delphi. Plus quizzes about Roman Entertainment, Rules and Rituals, Architecture, Medicine, Love and Marriage, and picture puzzles to solve. For all Roman Mysteries fans, and anyone fascinated to know what life in first-century Rome was really like.

Publisher: Orion Children's Books
July 2007
From Ostia to Alexandria
From Ostia to Alexandria

A Roman Mysteries Travel Guide

From Morocco to Libya, from Ostia to Surrentum – Caroline Lawrence has travelled widely to give the Roman Mysteries unrivalled authenticity among historical novels. Her research trips have yielded a dazzling array of insights that allow Caroline to vividly re-imagine the ancient world and to bring her characters and stories to life. This book gathers together anecdotes, factual information and advice for children and their families looking to explore exotic locations, as well as offering compelling background to the real world behind the bestselling Roman Mysteries novels.

Publisher: Orion Children's Books
May 2008
The Code of Romulus
The Code of Romulus

A World Book Day Book

Hot-headed as ever, Flavia Gemina is determined to prove to her handsome tutor Aristo that she really is a detective of the highest order. At first, the mystery of the missing bread rolls seems like an easy – and rather dull – case to solve. But it stumps Flavia and her friends … until she investigates the meaning behind the strange word games that the slave Romulus likes to play.

Publisher: Orion Children's Books
February 2007