Myths and legends, retold by Anthony Horowitz ; illustrated by Francis Mosley
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  • Myths and legends, retold by Anthony Horowitz ; illustrated by Francis Mosley
Main title
  • Myths and legends
Responsibility statement
  • retold by Anthony Horowitz ; illustrated by Francis Mosley
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • Thirty-five stories from around the world, mostly myths from ancient Greece, but also tales from the Norse, Chinese, English, and American Indians
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  • illustrations
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  • no index present
Literary form
  • non fiction
OCLC Number
  • 28926545
Series statement
  • Story library
Table of contents
  • Isis and Osiris / Egyptian -- Pyramus and Thisbe / Babylonian -- The judgment of Paris / Greek -- The seven pomegranate seeds / Greek (Demeter and Persephone) -- The spinning contest / Greek (Arachne and Athena) -- The story of the Panpipes / Greek -- Glaucus and Scylla / Greek (Circe) -- The Achilles heel / Greek -- The mares of Diomedes / Greek (Hercules) -- Pandora's box / Greek -- The Gorgon's head / Greek (Perseus) -- Orpheus in the underworld / Greek -- The riddle of the Sphinx / Greek (Oedipus) -- Procrustes and his magic bed / Greek -- The eye of the Cyclops / Greek (Odysseus)
  • Narcissus / Greek -- The Minotaur / Greek (Theseus) -- The hounds of Actaeon / Greek -- Romulus and Remus / Roman -- The dragon and Saint George / English -- The Grendel / Anglo-Saxon (Beowulf) -- The ugly wife / Celtic (King Arthur) -- Nidud the cruel / Norse (Volund the blacksmith) -- The death of Nornagest / Norse -- The stolen hammer of Thor / Norse -- The wishes of Savitri / Indian -- The great bell of Peking / Chinese -- The monkey who would be king / Chinese -- The first eclipse / Japanese -- The fabulous spotted egg / Cheyenne Indian -- Geriguiaguiatugo / Bororo Indian
  • The ten fingers Sedna / Eskimo -- Given to the sun / Inca -- Catching the sun / Polynesian -- Death and the boy / West African
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  • juvenile
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