Roman Myths and Legends

  • Title: Roman Myths and Legends
  • Author: Anthony Masters
  • ISBN: 9780872266087
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Roman Myths and Legends Action adventure and magic are the elements of these five exciting tales of heroism illustrated with striking full color artwork Children enter enchanted worlds where heroes with superhuman strengt
    Action, adventure, and magic are the elements of these five exciting tales of heroism, illustrated with striking full color artwork Children enter enchanted worlds where heroes with superhuman strength fight monsters and dragons, where bizarre creatures roam, and where ships are wrecked in storms created by angry gods Adventure stories that will appeal to children and reAction, adventure, and magic are the elements of these five exciting tales of heroism, illustrated with striking full color artwork Children enter enchanted worlds where heroes with superhuman strength fight monsters and dragons, where bizarre creatures roam, and where ships are wrecked in storms created by angry gods Adventure stories that will appeal to children and reluctant readers Magnificent original artwork Stories retold by a well known children s author.

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      Published :2019-08-16T10:08:56+00:00

    About Anthony Masters


    1. Anthony Masters was a writer, educator and humanitarian of exceptional gifts and prodigious energy He was, in the parlance of his spiritual ancestors, the ancient mariners, that rare voyager as gracious as a trade wind and as dependable as an anchor.He leaves 11 works of adult fiction notably, Conquering Heroes 1969 , Red Ice 1986, with Nicholas Barker , The Men 1997 , The Good and Faithful Servant 1999 and Lifers 2001 and was in the process of completing another, Dark Bridges, which he thought would be his best Many of these works carry deep insights into social problems that he gained, over four decades, by helping the socially excluded, be it by running soup kitchens for drug addicts or by campaigning for the civic rights of gypsies and other ethnic minorities.His non fiction output was typically eclectic It ranged from the biographies of such diverse personalities as Hannah Senesh The Summer that Bled, 1972 , Mikhail Bakunin Bakunin the father of anarchism, 1974 , Nancy Astor Nancy Astor a life, 1981 and the British secret service chief immortalised by Ian Fleming in his James Bond books The Man Who Was M the life of Maxwell Knight, 1984 , to a history of the notorious asylum Bedlam Bedlam, 1977.


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    1. This book is a great book for those who struggle with reading and understanding of mythology. It is nice and short. It contains very brief descriptions and details of the Roman myths and legends. It is also a great book for those who really don't like reading mythology because of the brief, but informational text. It is part of an "ignite" series. The series has African, Norse, and Egyptian myth books also in the titles.

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    2. I think it was pretty awesome. If I didn't already know about the Roman Gods then it would have been pretty hard for me. It was great to learn about the roman myths. I think it even talked about Romulas and Remus. I think one of the storys was about some sort of monster that ate people and put their heads on poles outside of his cave. I think it's pretty gross.

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