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Who's Who: Greek Mythology: The Gods, Heroes & Monsters of Legend

Who's Who: Greek Mythology: The Gods, Heroes & Monsters of Legend

By: Hannah Sheldon-Dean
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Take a tour of this legendary world with Who’s Who: Greek Mythology. This book introduces readers to Greek mythology in an approachable, fun, and educational way, so that all ages can enjoy learning about Greek mythos. Discover themes of heroism, jealousy, vengeance, love, fate, honor, and hubris in the adventures of the brave Heracles, mighty Zeus, wise Athena, beautiful Helen, and more.

Inside you’ll find:

  • In-depth profiles for each of the major gods, goddesses, heroes, and demigods
  • The myths surrounding each figure
  • Vibrant illustrations detailing each tale
  • Awesome and terrifying mythological creatures, including Medusa and the Minotaur
  • The Olympian family tree
  • A brief history of ancient Greece

A must-have for kids who love history and mythology, this book will captivate young readers as they delve into the infamous stories of a lost world. From epic battles to star-crossed lovers, get to know the figures of the Greek mythos with Who’s Who: Greek Mythology.

  • Contributor(s): Hannah Sheldon-Dean
  • About the Contributor(s):

    Hannah Sheldon-Dean is a writer, editor, and educator specializing in publications for children and young adults. She has written several activity books, nonfiction titles, and gift books with Penguin Young Readers and Whalen Book Works, and she writes and edits fiction, nonfiction, and educational materials for a variety of outlets. She is also a staff writer and editor at the Child Mind Institute and a volunteer mentor with Girls Write Now in New York City. Hannah received a Master’s of Social Work from New York University and a BA in Literary Arts and Education Policy from Brown University, and she loves to work on projects that fall at the intersection of those fields. She lives in Brooklyn but grew up in Vermont, so you might see her wandering the city in search of pine trees, mourning doves, caterpillars, or whatever other bits of nature she can find. She also loves singing with her choir, baking bread, and dreaming about the animal sanctuary she’ll open someday. Find her at

  • ISBN-13 9781646434565
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 192
  • Dimensions: 1.0(h) x 1.0(w) x 1.0(d) inches
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