Mythology is pretty fascinating – particularly Greek mythology. For example, did you know that the caduceus – the symbol of two snakes wrapped around a winged staff, very often seen as a medical symbol – is actually the staff that belonged to Hermes, the messenger of the Greek gods?
Your child can find out about even more
thrilling aspects of Greek myths with A Child’s Introduction to Greek Mythology
. Filled with stories of the gods, goddesses, heroes and mystical monsters, this book also explains how the ancient Greeks believed the world was made, how humans were created, and what happens when we die.
There’s even stickers, temporary tattoos and a fold-out Greek mythology family tree poster, so your child will know the whose-who of Olympus and the Underworld in no time at all!
A Child’s Introduction to Greek Mythology features:
- Hardcover, 96 pages.
- Full of tales of Greek gods, goddesses, heroes and mystical monsters.
- Includes a Greek Mythology Family Tree poster, stickers, and temporary tattoos.
Dimensions: 26cm (w) x 26cm (h).