Mythological Monsters by Sara Fanelli


Mythological Monsters by Sara Fanelli

Meet the living, fire-breathing mythical creatures of Greek legend, from an award-winning picture book creator. Meet the hundred-eyed Argus and the one-eyed Cyclops; the nine-headed Hydra and the three-headed watchdog, Cerberus; Medusa the Gorgon and Minotaur, half-man, half-bull; the Sirens, half-woman, half-vulture and the Sphinx, half-woman, half winged-lion. Meet Centaurs, Harpies, the Scylla and Echidna. Meet the mythological monsters of ancient Greece in this fabulous, fantastical, quirky and informative picture book by Sara Fanelli.

About the Author

Sara Fanelli
Sara Fanelli is one of the world's most distinctive and idiosyncratic picture book creators. Born and raised in Florence, she now lives in north London. Her acclaimed title Dear Diary received an Honourable Mention from the 2001 Bologna Ragazzi Award Jury. Sara's interpretation of Carlo Collodi's Pinocchio won the best overall prize in the V&A Illustration Awards and the First Prize in the Book Cover and Jacket Illustration Prize category in 2004. Pinocchio also won the British Book Design and Production Award in the children's category.

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32 pages
Interest Age: 4 years+


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Publication date

6th February 2006



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