Illustrated Stories From The Greek Myths

Illustrated Stories From The Greek Myths None

  • Title: Illustrated Stories From The Greek Myths
  • Author: Various
  • ISBN: 9781409531678
  • Page: 367
  • Format: Hardcover
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      Published :2019-09-24T14:35:53+00:00

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    1. This book is a very interesting book. Even though it has a picture on every page, it took me a while to read from the beginning of the morning until noon. There are different stories like The Minotaur, Hercules, 12 Tests, The Odyssey, the Trojan Horse, and even Pegasus. I can't tell which was my favorite story because I kinda liked all of them the same amount. I learned that in the Minotaur story, there was a huge labyrinth that was almost impossible to pass through with a Minotaur in the middle [...]

    2. These are very well done children's versions of some of the classic myths, along with the Trojan Horse bit of the Iliad and a just-the-good-parts retelling of the Odyssey. Loved having a different author and illustrator for each story; the varied tones and voices added interest for the grown-up (me). The audience (ages 3 and 6) stayed engaged and liked having a picture on every page.

    3. I have really enjoyed reading this to the children (aged 5 & 3).Cover to cover, text and illustrations all in, this has been a great introduction to some of the famous greek myths. All apart from the horrid pictures of the three Stygian witches and their 'one eye' which are just too graphic for our little ones. And to be fair they freak me out too! Short chapters make this very easy to read with children (we've usually taken several together or even whole stories). It is not written too badl [...]

    4. I got this when me and my sister were in the kids section at our local book shop when she was looking for something for her daughter and I decided to get this because I have an interest in Greek myths and it looked like it could be fun. With nice drawings and a good written style it was a good read. For kids I'm not too sure. As long as they can tell the faults of each protagonist it would be fine, but with much of these books it's whatever the reader makes of them and whatever morals you want t [...]

    5. I started reading these stories to my class during Guided Reading but have also used them for Literacy. Each of the stories is written in language that is simple enough for year 3 children to understand but has new words to develop their vocabulary. The stories are presented in a quick-paced way and have colourful child-friendly illustrations.

    6. I like the stories of Greek Mythology and I am embarrassed to say that I thought one of them was a true story! I had fun reading this book, but it is not a book for little kids, it's too scary.The monsters are very frightful. It might make for some very bad nightmares. The illustrations are excellent. This one will stay on my bookshelves.

    7. Good compilation of Greek myths even if they are slightly different from the main books. I have to change some tragic parts of the myths for my 4 years old daughter. The illustrations are nice and colorful.

    8. Fantastic versions of key Greek myths for younger readers. They are toned-down for younger readers without being dumbed-down or Disney-fied. The edition we got, by the way, was beautifully bound on high quality paper with excellent illustrations throughout.

    9. This will be a great self read when my son is ready for beginner chapter books. The stories are all action packed with illustrations on every page

    10. I like stories that are Myths. I like this story called The Wooden Horse. It is a romantic story but ends with a tragedy so that is why I like it.

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