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By Danielle Blood

Capture the action-packed global of Greek myths with 15 fun-to-read mini-books scholars like to learn! They’ll come across those undying stories back and again—how the Greek’s gained a victory with the computer virus, how Perseus bravely confronted Medusa, how Atalanta slayed a deadly boar and outran her suitors, and lots of extra! This totally reproducible choice of illustrated mini-books features a personality thesaurus and extension actions that hook up with your curriculum. to be used with Grades 4-8.

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The horses returned to their stable, and the earth eventually recovered from its terror, but Apollo never forgave himself for making the foolish promise that cost his son’s life. q 12 q 3 ´ 3 ™ Gossip and Vanity The Story of Echo and Narcissus 15 Greek Myth Mini-Books © Danielle Blood, Scholastic Teaching Resources q1q Echo continued to distract the powerful goddess with her endless prattle, while Zeus sneaked away from the scene. Hera turned around just in time to see her husband and realized that this impudent nymph was trying to trick her.

Q3q The famous inventor Daedalus spent many years working for King Minos. In fact, it was Daedalus who designed the maze of bushes where the Minotaur was kept. After Theseus killed the Minotaur and escaped from the Labyrinth, King Minos was furious with Daedalus. How could he have escaped, Daedalus? As your punishment, you shall be imprisoned in the Labyrinth you created! And take that son of yours with you! q2q 15 Greek Myth Mini-Books © Danielle Blood, Scholastic Teaching Resources The next morning, Daedalus awoke to the sound of birds chirping.

Q2q 15 Greek Myth Mini-Books © Danielle Blood, Scholastic Teaching Resources Orpheus grieved for the loss of his wife, but he soon became tired of feeling sorry for himself. He decided to travel to the Underworld and bring Eurydice back with him. With his lyre, Orpheus set off. First he came to the river Styx, where Charon takes spirits across on his ferry. He asked to be carried across, but the stubborn boatman refused. Orpheus began to play a song with the rhythm of ocean waves, and even the hard-hearted Charon could not resist.

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