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Mythology for Kids

Greek and Roman mythology is part of the U.S. curriculum and might spark an interest in mythology from other cultures including Native American, Egyptian, Chinese, Norse, African and more. Ideas to get kids excited about mythology from around the world. I'm admitting to an obsession with mythology. Try different genres to see if it gets your kids excited too. From pop up books, to picture book, novels and comic books, there is a book for everyone! PragmaticMom.com
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How Ancient Greek Statues Really Looked

In Living Color: How Ancient Greek Statues Really Looked (for Percy Jackson Fans!) :: PragmaticMom

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Grace Lin’s Latest Chapter Book is Her Best Ever!

Grace Lin’s Latest Chapter Book is Her Best Ever! Starry River of the Sky. Companion book to Where the Mountain Meets the Moon. Lin weaves Chinese mythology into a chapter book adventure for ages 8 and up. :: PragmaticMom

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This fresh and elegant translation of 100 tales from 25 centuries of Chinese literature opens up a magical world far from our customary haunts. Illustrated with woodcuts. For ages 9 and up because of some violent descriptions.

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Easy Chapter Book Mythology Series for Girls

Easy Chapter Book Mythology Series for Girls: Goddess Girls for ages 6 and up. :: PragmaticMom

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The National Mythology Exam: Take the Exam or Just Learn Yourself

The National Mythology Exam: Take the Exam or Just Learn Yourself UPDATED2 :: PragmaticMom

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Celebrities in Togas, Roman vs. Greek Gods, The Lost Hero, and more…

Teach Me Tuesday: Celebrities in Togas, Roman vs. Greek Gods, The Lost Hero, and more. :: PragmaticMom

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Review! Treasury of Norse Mythology by Donna Jo Napoli. Forget the Avengers – get the real mythology of Thor and Loki here! Thor, Odin, Loki, Frey, and giants OH MY! This book sums up the most common myths about the Norse gods and giants. From This Kid Reviews Books.

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My students ADORE books about ancient Rome, and there are so few of them. The gladiatorial games are always something they want to read about. The details are well-researched, there's plenty of action and intrigue, and I think this is supposed to be a trilogy. Review from Ms. YingLing Reads, a middle school librarian.

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Norse Mythology 101: prep and background for reading Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard by Rick Riordan

norse mythology background and prep | for understanding of rick riordan's magnus chase, book 1 | teachmama.com @teachmama

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