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Mesoamerican Myths (Graphic Mythology) by…

Mesoamerican Myths (Graphic Mythology)

by David West

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This is a highly accessible depiction of Ancient South and Central American mythology. I hesitate to fully endorse the text because of the lack in representation of smaller civilizations in the south American region.

This will be an excellent resource to provide background information to a unit on South and Central American authors in a Middle or High school English class. History classes may also use this as alternative text to relay the background to studying the continent of South America. ( )
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Mesoamerica provides menacing serpents, superhuman gods, and heroic twins for this spellbinding title that covers myths from Aztec and Mayan cultures. These mesmerizing stories are bookended by front and back matter that introduce characters, explain Mesoamerican mythology, and provide information on other mythical figures whose stories are not told.

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Describes Mesoamerica and Mesoamerican mythology in graphic novel format.

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