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Tuesday, 14 April 2009

The, Hard-To-Pronounce-and-Spell, Book of Greek Myths

Here is my next book review.

D’aulaires Book of Greek Myths
By Ingri and Edgar Parin D’aulaires

Everyone knows about Superman, Batman, Spiderman and other fictional characters, but do you know about Heracles and Theseus, the two brave, courageous, heroes? Do you know about Zeus, the almighty god, or Hera, his jealous wife?
If not, then this is the book to read. It is filled with interesting stories about Greek gods and goddesses and the brave Greek mortals. It tells about the legendary fall of Troy, the Calydonian Boar Hunt, and The Golden Fleece. It is filled with wonderful colour drawing and captivating stories that will engross its readers.
A magnificent book for ages ten and up.
If you liked this book you might also like some other books by Ingri and Edgar Parin D’aulaires.
* The D’aulaires Book of Trolls
* The D’aulaires Book of Animals
* Abraham Lincoln
* The D’aulaires Book of Norse Myths
Jordan

5 comments:

Rachel said...

Gosh, Jordan, how long does it take you to read a book? You are always finishing one! ;D It takes me ages. ;D Wish I could read that fast.


(Carrie)

Jordan said...

Belive me, it doesn't take me very long.

Hannah said...

it frightens me how well you write Jordy :)

Hannah said...

read 'The little prince' by antonie de saint-exupery!!!

Jordan said...

If it is recomended by you, I shall.