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Accompanied by vibrant illustrations that demand your attention, Napoli includes maps to help readers place the stories into geographical context; a family tree and a characters profile page help map the relationships; and additional sidebars link the myths to constellations, geography, history, culture and real life events, people and places.
National Geographic completes the book with embellishments of each story: sidebars for each god, goddess, hero, and monster link the myths to constellations, geography, history, and culture to help young readers connect the stories to real life events, people, and places.
A few of her award-winning children’s books include Stones in Water winner of the Golden Kite Award and the Sydney Taylor Award,Alligator Bayou a Parents’ Choice Gold book for historical fiction, Daughter of Venice Nevada Young Readers’ Award, Albert Kentucky Bluegrass Award, and Mama Miti Anne Izard’s Storytellers’ Choice Award and the Bock Book Award.

Ingri had grown up in Norway; Edgar, the son of a noted Italian portrait painter, was born in Switzerland and had lived in Paris and Florence.  Shortly after they married they together began to create text and art for the picture books that established their reputation for unique craftsmanship.
During an extended trip to Greece, they studied and sketched the countryside, the people, the architecture, and the artifacts of long ago.  These elements appear with unmistakable authenticity, transformed by the d’Aulaires’ own artistic concepts.

I first read this book when I was twelve years old and it affected me so much that ten years later I still have a deep and abiding of Greek mythology.
"D’Aulaires’ Book of Greek Myths" also gave me a great insight into a more adult world, and a curiosity, which I still carry to this day.
Now, a very educated middle aged man who has read Homer, Hesiod, Ovid, the Athenian playwrights, and all the great literature based on the mythology, I can tell you that 75% of my basic knowledge of these myths still comes from my devouring, re-reading, absorbing D’Aulaire in what can only be called a child’s fantasy paradise.
The book covers in (what looks like) a chronological sequence events from the birth of Titans and Zeus, through strories on the "major Gods" like Hera, Poseidon or Hades, then "minor Gods" like Prometheus, Dionysus, Pandora to The Golden Fleece story and finishes with the "end of Gods".
Young readers will be dazzled by mighty Zeus, lord of the universe; stirred by elegant Athena, goddess of wisdom; intimidated by powerful Hera, queen of Olympus; and chilled by moody Poseidon, ruler of the sea.
Young readers will be dazzled by mighty Zeus, lord of the universe; stirred by elegant Athena, goddess of wisdom; intimidated by powerful Hera, queen of Olympus; and chilled by moody Poseidon, ruler of the sea.
Great book for introducing kids to the Greek Myths and Gods – great for me also.
Young readers will be dazzled by mighty Zeus, lord of the universe; stirred by elegant Athena, goddess of wisdom; intimidated by powerful Hera, queen of Olympus; and chilled by moody Poseidon, ruler of the sea.
Decades later, the name Gaea will still evoke the soft green picture of lovely Mother Earth, her body hills and valleys and her eyes blue lakes reflecting the stars of her husband, Uranus the sky.
Decades later, the name Gaea will still evoke the soft green picture of lovely Mother Earth, her body hills and valleys and her eyes blue lakes reflecting the stars of her husband, Uranus the sky.
Decades later, the name Gaea will still evoke the soft green picture of lovely Mother Earth, her body hills and valleys and her eyes blue lakes reflecting the stars of her husband, Uranus the sky.
This book is a GREAT way to introduce your child to mythology.
If you like Greek myths, you will love this book.

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4.  Classic Myths to Read Aloud: The Great Stories of Greek and Roman Mythology, Specially Arranged for Children Five and Up by an Educational Expert by William F.
The list author says: "I want to share my passion for greek mythology with like minded people all over the world.

Eula Biss sat down with us at BookExpo America 2014 to talk about her newest book 'On Immunity.' Topics include our symbiotic relationship with germs, collective disease fighting through genetic diversity, mothers, Greek mythology, and her interest in writing about vampires.
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I love Bartimaeus series by Jonathan Stroud so much! And as much as the wizards in his series were an oppresive race, it was still an amazing world to be part of! I would love to see this old-new London with modern tech and old magic.

With an already bursting at the seams amount of additional characters being shoved into the Zack Snyder‘s Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice, would there be room to tell any origins at all?It’s not hard to see why the powers that be behind Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice might decide to tweak Wonder Woman’s origin.
When compared to Superman and Batman’s origins, which are much better known in the general public than Wonder Woman’s, it’s easy to see why they might want to use an origin that the general public will understand quickly, we’re already used to characters like Hercules and the Percy Jackson books and movies.

Hera (She’ll be communicating with her via reflecting pool): Diana, I know not what has happened to Themyscira but you must go.
As mythology goes in Rick Riordan’s books, for all of a God’s essence to be in one place, that is their immortal form.
With the Greek mythology already being established in this universe, it got me thinking about Hercules.
I know that kinda sounds like it would be a team up film like that Flash and Green Lantern one we’re supposed to be getting, but that’s just one way he could be introduced.

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A four-time nominee for the Pushcart Prize, Stephanie is also a nonfiction writer and poet; her prose poem chapbook Sex with Buildings, appeared with Dancing Girl Press in 2012 and a full-length collection How Formal? was published in Spring 2014 with Spout Hill Press.
Her poems have been appeared in numerous publications including: Caliban, Cream City Review, Blue Arc West: An Anthology of California Poets, Cadence Collective: Year One Anthology, Gutters and Alleyways: Perspectives on Poverty and Struggle, and in Ghost Walk, a chapbook.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Robbi Nester is the author of a chapbook, Balance (White Violet, 2012) and a collection of poems, A Likely Story (Moon Tide Press, 2014).
She has also edited an anthology of poems inspired by NPR and PBS stories, The Liberal Media Made Me Do It! (Nine Toes Press, 2014) and writes book reviews for The New York Quarterly Journal of Books and serves as an Executive Editor for Slippage, a journal of literature and science.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Descended from Norwegian plumbers on one side, and bohemian Russian aristocrats on the other, Stephanie Barbé Hammer has published short fiction in The Bellevue Literary Review, Pearl, NYCBigCityLit, and the Hayden’s Ferry Review among other places.
NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR: This poem was part of a challenge posed by regulars at The Ugly Mug, in Orange, California, where I go frequently for evenings of poetry and friendship.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Diane Gage is a poet and artist in the Birdland area of San Diego, California, where she was cofounder & co-editor of Antenna Poetry & Graphics back in the day.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Ellen Webre is a Southern California poet whose imagination and love of folktales grew from being raised as an only child with a voracious imagination and a lot of time to read.

I’m slightly worried as I pick up my kindle to read this, I mean I loved the Crossroads Saga, will I like this too? Will it be as good? My thoughts at 14% "Liking this already" Then at 51% my thoughts were "Definitely warming to the characters of Kayla, Skylar & Mason (loved those two from the beginning of the book) and Nick too.
The remaining Grand brothers,Everett, Mason & Nick with "cousin" Amanda, Kayla & Skylar take a trip to another dimension, to Olympus to seek answers as to what Skylar actual is.
I’m addicted to this series already! Would I read other books by Mary Ting? I already did with the Crossroads Saga but I’d give any Mary Ting book a go really.

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