15 Greek Myth Mini-Books: Reproducible Comic Book-Style by Danielle Blood

By Danielle Blood

Capture the action-packed international of Greek myths with 15 fun-to-read mini-books scholars like to learn! They’ll stumble upon those undying stories back and again—how the Greek’s received a victory with the malicious program, how Perseus bravely confronted Medusa, how Atalanta slayed a deadly boar and outran her suitors, and lots of extra! This totally reproducible number of illustrated mini-books incorporates a personality word list and extension actions that hook up with your curriculum. to be used with Grades 4-8.

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This was not an ordinary boar—it was sent by the goddess Artemis to punish the people for being so stingy with their sacrifices. The king of Calydon gathered all of the best hunters, including his son Meleager, to tackle the beast once and for all. They were ready to set out when an unusual hunter showed up—a woman! q1q Sorry, we’re not taking along any women to cook. Cook? I can’t help you with that. I heard you were looking for the best hunters in the world, and your group wouldn’t be complete without me.

Midas thought long and hard. How could one wish satisfy his countless desires? He thought he deserved at least three. After all, weren’t three wishes the standard reward? He felt cheated until an idea struck him like a flash. I know how I can get it all! My wish is that everything I touch will turn to gold! q3q King Midas was a greedy man—in fact, he was one of the greediest people who ever lived. All day long he thought about how much gold he had, and all night he dreamed about how he could get even more.

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. Can’t you read the sign? . Hades won’t like this, but I’ll make an exception, just this once. q4q 3 ´ 9 ™ When he got off the ferry, Orpheus came face to face with a fierce three-headed dog.

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