How the World Began by Gilly Cameron Cooper
  

Synopsis

How the World Began by Gilly Cameron Cooper

Complete with a who's who of gods, goddesses and heroes, this is a collection of creation myths from different cultures around the world ranging from the Titans and Olympian gods of ancient Greece to the Dreamtime of the Aboriginal peoples. It is a comprehensive introduction to creation myths, divided into regions including Europe, Africa and the Pacific.

About the Author

Gilly Cameron Cooper has been involved in numerous children's books including Anness Publishing's Step Into... and Discovery series, as well as the award-winning Nature Watch books. In her extensive travelling, she has always taken a deep interest in local history and traditions. She was an editor of a magazine in Greece and has written many articles on Classical sites and the myths and rituals associated with them.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
48 pages
Interest Age: From 8 To 12

Author

Gilly Cameron Cooper
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Publisher

Lorenz Books an imprint of Anness Publishing

Publication date

25th April 2003

ISBN

9780754810711


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