Mythological Monsters of Ancient Greece
Written by Sara Fanelli
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The Lovereading4Kids commentFamiliar monsters are given a complete makeover by Sara Fanelli in this terrifying and original introduction to the Greek myths. Thereâ€™s the gorgon Medusa with her snake hair whose terrible eyes turn people into stone, the winged horse Pegasus, the Minotaur with his maze â€“ and many more. Within her powerful and thought provoking pictures Sara Fanelli creates new images of age-old characters.
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Mythological Monsters of Ancient Greece by Sara Fanelli
One-hundred-eyed Argus; one-eyed Cyclops; nine-headed Hydra; Cerberus, the three-headed watchdog; Medusa the Gorgon; Minotaur, half-man, half-bull; Sirens, half-woman, half-vulture; Sphinx, half-woman, half-winged lion; Centaurs, half-man, half-horse; Harpies, greedy women with bird's heads; sea-monster Scylla; fire-breathing Chimaera; Echidna and her monstrous children E meet the mythological monsters of Ancient Greece in this fabulous, fantastical, quirky and informative introduction by talented picture book maker, Sara Fanelli.
"combines a smart modern eye with a blood and guts fiery feel for ancient fiends". The Independent
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Walker Books Ltd
2nd September 2002
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