The Minotaur

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Chelsea House Publishers, 1987 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 85 pages
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Recounts the Greek myth about the monster with the head of a bull and the body of a man, which lived in the Labyrinth in Crete until killed by the hero Theseus.

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User Review  - winterbower - LibraryThing

Mythology for young adults and older. This is not a book I would recommend for young children. But it is very well written. The stories are about the life of the Minotaur and are interesting and easy ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sean - Goodreads

This is a great book series! I enjoyed it when I was a kid and I went out and bought them for my son also. He's only 8 and I was trying to get him interested in reading. Turns out he LOvES mythology ... Read full review

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Bernard Evslin (1922-1993), a graduate of Rutgers University, was an award-winning screenwriter and producer of documentary films before turning to writing in the mid-1960s. He wrote more than 30 books which re-told the great Greek myths and legends.

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