In Diogenes' Lantern the eccentric (and quite funny) Greek philosopher Diogenes, who lived in the 4th century B.C., wanders the ancient city of Corinth wearing only an old cloak and a barrel. Using a lantern in daytime, he proves the local philosophers wrong. Diogenes teaches even Alexander the Great an important lesson about wisdom and life!
For ages six and up.
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