Medusa Tells All: Beauty Missing, Hair Hissing

Medusa Tells All Beauty Missing Hair Hissing OF COURSE you think I was disrespectful and incredibly vain that I deserved to be turned into a monster You don t know the other side of the myth Well let me tell you

  • Title: Medusa Tells All: Beauty Missing, Hair Hissing
  • Author: Rebecca Fjelland Davis Stephen Gilpin
  • ISBN: 9781479521852
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Hardcover
  • OF COURSE you think I was disrespectful and incredibly vain, that I deserved to be turned into a monster You don t know the other side of the myth Well, let me tell you

    One thought on “Medusa Tells All: Beauty Missing, Hair Hissing”

    1. A retelling of the story of Medusa and Perseus from Medusa's point of view.The book starts by summarizing the original tale for those readers who might not be familiar. Then, Medusa tells "the real story." Athena is a bully whose jealous of Medusa's beauty, especially when Poseidon notices her. "I guess it's dangerous to be more beautiful than a goddess."Bibliography of additional resources are in the back. Enrichment ideas are also in the back: If Athena told the story, how would it change? Wha [...]

    2. The reading level of this title is perfect for early chapter book readers, once you are familiar with the Greek terminology and names. The text is in large type and not too lengthy, and the illustrations are colorful and dynamic. A good choice for kids who aren't quite ready for the Goddess Girls series.

    3. Wrote it. Better not review it. I LOVED writing this book. I love reading it aloud. I love mythology. If you want me to come do a mythology presentation to a school group, email me through my websitebeccafjellanddavis

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