Athens: Agkyra, 1987. Aesop's fables re-told for children This is Volume 4 of a series and contains the following fables : He Maimou kai to Delphini; O Katsiki kai o Lykos epaize Pholgera; To Liontari ki o Lagos. 50p. illus.[col]. First Thus. Laminated HC. Very Good. Illus. by Dinos Anastasopoulos.
Athens: Agkyra, 1987. Aesop's fables re-told for children This is Volume 1 of a series and contains the following fables : O Lagos kai he Chelona; O Tzitzkas ka'o Mermigkas; O Andronikos kao to Liontari; Maimou Kai Alepou. 62p. illus.[col]. First Thus. Laminated HC. Very Good. Illus. by Dinos Anastasopoulos.
Athens: Agkyra, 1987. Aesop's fables re-told for children This is Volume 3 of a series and contains the following fables : He Alepou me tin Kommeni Oura; To Mathema tou Lykou; To Kyknos ki O Archontas; O kavouras ki he Alepou. 66p. illus.[col]. First Thus. Laminated HC. Very Good. Illus. by Dinos Anastasopoulos.
London: Puffin/Penguin., 1975. "A New and very original telling of the tales and legends of Ancient Greece, as a history of the Golden Age of the Heroes up to the Trojan war..". Reprint. Pbk. As New. Illus. by Betty Middleton-Sandford.
London: Puffin/Penguin., 1975. "A New and very original telling of the tales and legends of Ancient Greece, as a history of the Golden Age of the Heroes up to the Trojan war.." Illustrated by Betty Middleton-Sandford. Reprint. Pbk. Good. Illus. by Betty Middleton-Sandford.
Athens: Sigma, 2000. Re-issue. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Stephanides, Yiannis .
Toronto: Annick Press, 1975. "Hercules is cursed at his birth by Hera. Zeus's jealous wife resents the prediction that Zeus's half-mortal son would be a "king of kings" with remarkable strength. Jason, a ten-year-old motherless mortal, believes his life is cursed by his cowardly, weak father, Tellus. They live in a village where strength is valued over intellect. Although Jason greedily devours his father's stories of Hercules, he finds transcriber Tellus' passion for history and all other stories pathetic. Skinny like his father, Jason's greatest desire is to be like his hero, Hercules. When a fire ignites the house, a panicked Tellus chooses to protect his transcriber's hands rather than douse the blaze, and as a result, loses his life. Perhaps it is because Jason is the same age as Hercules' dead son, that the god in the heavens responds to Jason's mournful pleas and offerings. Hercules visits Jason and takes him on visual journeys through episodes of his past, filled with bravery, blood ... and evidence of Hercules' unthinking, violent temper. After Hercules returns to the heavens, he sends Jason one last test, to determine whether Jason is worthy to travel with him. Jason searches for a token of Hercules' time on earth, with a clue from his Grandfather. He labors in a field for a year, growing in strength and stamina, before he uncovers one of Hercules' old battle arrows. As a reward, Hercules takes Jason with him on a death-defying adventure. Together, they face the many challenges posed by King Eurystheus: Hercules and Jason skin the Nemean lion, battle the many-headed watersnake of Hydra, capture the elusive, beautiful white deer of Cerynia, and defy Herz's immortal trickery. Over time, Jason grows inbravery, as well as in compassion; he helps to save Hercules' life, and comes to see his father Tellus more justly." . Soft Cover. New.
New York: G.T.publishing, 1997. First Thus. Laminated HC. New. Illus. by Jerry Harston.
New York: Scholastic, 1971. Reprint. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by William Hunter.
New York: Vantage Press, 1954. Odyssey re-told for children . Hard Cover. Fine/Very Good, Slight Chips & Tear.
New York: Houghton Mifflin., 1952. Homer's Iliad for children Exceptionally clean crisp copy . Reprint. Softcover. Very Good. Illus. by Edouard Sandoz. Library Edition .
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994. Odyssey re-told for children . Reprint. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Joan Kiddell-Monroe.
New York: Candlewick Pr, 2009. "This follow-up to Mythology (Candlewick, 2007) again uses the voice of a fictional 19th-century scholar. Here, Lady Hestia Evans offers a guide to elements of Greek myth for her two children, providing information in "lessons"... with exercises based on each topic. .. " Gods! Heroes! Monsters! Explore the amazing myths of ancient Greece with this fun, interactive workbook .Which god never leaves Olympus without his winged sandals? How do you stop a hydra from growing more heads? Who was Nike before she inspired running shoes? Can you fi nd your way out of the Underworld? Sure to fascinate both avid mythologists and new fans alike, this lavish, highly informative handbook is brimming with facts and special features, including maps, stickers etc.. 1st US Ed.. Paper Covered Boards. New/No Jacket.
Toronto: Copp Clark A selection of well known Greek myths retold for young people (nd. originally published 1897) . HC.122p.index.( This book is NOT an overpriced "Print-on-Demand " copy that you will have to wait to get) . Cloth. Very Good.
New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1968. Coeanm crisp unmrked copy . 1st US Ed.. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine - Price Clipped. Illus. by Arthur Shilstone .
New York: Scholastic, 1969. "Heroes,monsters,gods,battles,kings - the legend of Ulysses is brought to life in this classic retelling.." for young people. Pbk.170p. Condition : Good. Pbk. As New. Illus. by Illus. William Hunter.
London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1955. A selection of well known Greek myths retold for young people in prose and poetry by a number of authors. First published in 1936. 192 p. illus.no marks or underlinings . Reprint. Cloth. Very Good.
London: Longmans Canada, 1961. A selection of well known Greek myths retold for young people in prose and poetry by a number of authors. First published in 1936. 192 p. illus.clean and crisp - looks unread.. Reprint. Cloth. Near Fine.
London: Puffin., 1983. Reprint. Pbk. Near Fine. Illus. by Margery Gill.
Minneapolis: Carolrhoda Books, 1981. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Reg Sandland.