Author: Ingri d'Aulaire
Description: Here are the gods, goddesses, and legendary figures of ancient Greece–mighty Zeus, with his fistful of thunderbolts; gray-eyed Athena, goddess of wisdom; Helios, the sun; greedy King Midas–lavishly depicted by Caldecott winners Ingri and Edgar Parin d’Aulaire. In a relaxed and humorous tone, these splendid artists bring to life the myths that have inspired great European literature and art through the ages, creating a book readers of all ages will cherish.
“For any child fortunate enough to have this generous book…the kings and heroes of ancient legend will remain forever matter-of-fact; the pictures interpret the text literally and are full of detail and witty observation.”–The Horn Book
“The drawings, particularly the full-page ones in this oversized volume, are excellent and excitingly evocative.”–The New York Times
“Parents, uncles, and aunts who have been searching for a big picture book that has good reading-aloud value for the younger ones and fine read-it-yourself value on up, have it in this volume…a children’s classic.”–Christian Science Monitor
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