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User Review  - Nijania - LibraryThing

In Max and Ruby's Midas Rosemary Wells incorporates her twist of greek mythology to warn younger kids about the overabundance of anything. In this story, Max is eating too many cupcakes, so his sitter ... Read full review

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User Review  - ecosborne - LibraryThing

Ruby finds Max trying to sneak two cupcakes so she tells him the story of Midas. Midas was a young boy who hated vegetables and fruit and wished he could turn them into sweets. One day he does just ... Read full review

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User Review  - mmburks - LibraryThing

This is a book about an older sister reading a story to her younger brother who had a sweet tooth. It teaches the lesson that to much of a good thing can be a bad thing. Read full review

Review: Max and Ruby's Midas: Another Greek Myth (Max and Ruby)

User Review  - Tiffany - Goodreads

Genre: PB22 Cute story by Rosemary Wells that brings in her best bunny characters into Greek mythology. The story makes Greek mythology easier to young readers to understand in a silly and fun way ... Read full review

Review: Max and Ruby's Midas: Another Greek Myth (Max and Ruby)

User Review  - Penny Ramirez - Goodreads

Very cute. When Ruby catches Max sneaking cupcakes into his pajamas at bedtime, she tells him the story of Midas, a young Greek rabbit who had the power to turn anything into dessert. Max and I have an awful lot in common. Goodnight, beautiful! :) Read full review

Review: Max and Ruby's Midas: Another Greek Myth (Max and Ruby)

User Review  - Alaina Sloo - Goodreads

A fun re-telling of the story of Midas for preschool - kindergarten. Instead of gold, Max can turn everything into dessert! Read full review

Review: Max and Ruby's Midas: Another Greek Myth (Max and Ruby)

User Review  - Jodi - Goodreads

This is a great book for greek children. Read full review

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User Review  - kidlit9 - LibraryThing

Ruby tries to stop her younger brother Max from eating so many sweets by reading him an altered version of the story of King Midas. Read full review

Review: Max and Ruby's Midas: Another Greek Myth (Max and Ruby)

User Review  - Sandie - Goodreads

These are a bit different from our regular Max and Ruby books, but not any less adorable. These bring us Greek myths in bunny style! Always with a moral and always cute! Read full review

Review: Max and Ruby's Midas: Another Greek Myth (Max and Ruby)

User Review  - Tricia - Goodreads

Ruby reads Max a story about a young Midas who is able to change any food into a dessert just by looking at it. My 5 year old liked this more than I did, but I think it was the laser eyes that ... Read full review


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