In 356 B.C., Alexander III was born to King Philip II of Macedonia.Unbeknownst to Philip, his little boy was destined to become one of the greatest leaders the world has ever known. This prince became so mighty that today he is reverentially referred to as "Alexander the Great." Almost from birth, King Philip oversaw his son's tutelage in all areas of survival, but particular emphasis was placed on the skills of battle, as Philip himself was a great warrior. Alexander learned quickly and soon began to surpass his father's training. Alexander's constant companion and friend, a servant by the name of Adonis, grew up to be Alexander's scribe. Adonis tells his master's story and takes the reader on the conqueror's epic journey. "Alexander the Great, the All-Powerful," by Vargie Johnson, is an exciting read for young readers of historical fiction. It is the third book in the "What Made Them Famous?" series.