Old Greek Stories
Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - 120 pages
The Maidens answered that they would give him not three things, but four. Then one of them gave him a sharp sword, which was crooked like a sickle, and which she fastened to the belt at his waist; and another gave him a shield, which was brighter than any looking-glass you ever saw; and the third gave him a magic pouch, which she hung by a long strap over his shoulder.
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Review: Old Greek StoriesUser Review - Dara - Goodreads
I am not very familiar with greek stories but this book makes them to sound very interesting and easy to read. I would recommend this book to other people who are, too, new to greek stories. Read full review
Review: Old Greek StoriesUser Review - Ira A Putri - Goodreads
I really enjoy mythologies, especially Greek's. This book really fed me good story of Greek's Mythology. It has easy-to-understand language. I can read it over and over again. Good for story-telling to children. Love it! Read full review