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The One-Eyed People Eater: The Story of Cyclops (Ready-to-Reads)

by Joan Holub

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• Odysseus and his men are strained on an island with no food only juice, so Odysseus and his men decide to explore the island looking for food they can trade for their juice, they come across a cave filled with all kind of food. The men want to just take the food and leave, but Odysseus being the good person he is, tells his men they must wait for the owner of the cave as surely he will share his food for some of their juice. A giant appears in the opening of the cave and he is huge with one eye in the middle of his head, Odysseus introduces himself and tell the giant of the situation his men and he are in. The Giant introduces himself as Cyclops, and tells Odysseus he is happy to have guest for dinner, as he scoops two of the men up and eats them. Odysseus must find a way to escape the Cyclops cave and rescue his men before they are all eaten. ( )
  Malynda2 | Mar 13, 2016 |
This story was redone very well. It is accessible and funny for young children. The illustrations really help tell the story.
  cynalibo | Oct 8, 2014 |
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An easy-to-read retelling of the Greek myth of the Cyclops, who traps Odysseus and his friends and threatens to eat them.

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