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The Gods and Goddesses of Olympus (1994)

by Aliki

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A beauitfully illustrated guide to Ancient Greece's Gods and Goddesses. It gives a very child (and adult!) friendly overview of the history of the gods and their stories. I MUST for any classroom leaning about Greek Mythology! ( )
  mariekagreene | Mar 9, 2014 |
My first book by Aliki and my first book on mythology. This is a great, simple introduction to Greek mythology with lovely illustrations kids should enjoy. ( )
  benuathanasia | Sep 5, 2012 |
Genre: Myths

Review: This book tells all about the different Greek mythology characters from ancient Greece. It combines a lot of the stories told in Greek mythology such as the creation of earth, battles over the gods and their reign, stories of family, and individual stories about the different characters. This story is, therefore, a Myth book because it tells all about the Greek mythology characters and stories.

There really is no good character because there are so many main characters; no one set setting because it takes place all over; not a good set plot because it has individual stories throughout; and there were no styles or points of view that were represented.

Media: First drawn in pencil on heavy cold-press paper. Then inked and colored with washes of gouache paints and colored pencils. ( )
  Venisa | Mar 7, 2012 |
This book tells the stories of the gods and goddesses of Olympus. It tells of the myth of creation and how the most commonly known gods came to be. The strength of this book is the colorful art which accompanies each story about the gods and goddesses. ( )
  hshell | Feb 28, 2011 |
This is a story telling how the Greek Gods and Goddesses came to be as believed in Greek Mythology. It also gives quick biographies of many of the main, or most well known, gods and goddesses.
  rwetherell | Oct 20, 2010 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0064461890, Paperback)

Long, long ago in ancient Greece, people began telling wonderful stories to explain the mysteries of life. These myths featured gods and goddesses, mighty beings who look human but have amazing powers and live forever. Now you can meet these extraordinary characters and hear their legends, brought to life again by Aliki in this splendid, panoramic look at the amazing stories and characters of Greek legend. "[Will meet the] demand for basic information on the gods and goddesses at the primary level."—BL. "Aliki's fans will welcome her introduction to these famous Greeks."—SLJ.

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Greek myths, read about the legends, their loves, and their fierce battles for universal power. Sugggested level: primary, intermediate.

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