Jason and the Argonauts

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Capstone, Jul 1, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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These tales from Greek mythology are told in the tradition of the master storyteller, complete with an ironic sense of humor. Join Jason and his crew on his ship, the Argo, as they embark on an epic voyage to bring back the Golden Fleece. He must take on high seas, hideous monsters, an army of skeleton, and a wicked uncle. Will he succeed?
  

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Review: Jason And The Argonauts (Ancient Greek Myths)

User Review  - Ellenjsmellen - Goodreads

A little too boring for my 5 yr old son who is named Jason. I'll try to reintroduce it to him at an older age. Read full review

Contents

The World of Ancient Mythology
4
Jason Sets Off to Iolcus
10
Jason Kills King Cyzicus
16
Jason Reaches Colchis
22
The End of the Story
28
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About the author (2004)

John Malam is the author of more than 100 books for children.

Antram was born in Brighton, England. He studied at Eastbourne College of Art and then worked in advertising for 15 years before becoming a full-time artist.

David Salariya was born in Dundee, Scotland. He has illustrated a wide range of books and has created and designed many new series for publishers both in the U.K. and U.S.A. In 1989 he established The Salariya Book Company. He lives in Brighton with his wife, the illustrator Shirley Willis, and their son, Jonathan.

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