Hercules: Hero of the Night Sky
|Rating||:||4.89 (620 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||80 Pages|
A chapter book introduction to the famous mythical figure finds Hercules struggling with his temper while performing his twelve labors and making his pledge to the goddess Athena. Simultaneous."
A brief explanation of constellations named for Greek myths is included. Reynolds, West Slope Community Library, Portland, ORCopyright 1997 Reed Business Information, Inc. With the interest sure to be generated by Disney's summer release of a film of the same title, this edition will fill some of those requests.?Angela J. In 11 short chapters illustrated with line drawings, Hercules performs his tasks, gets married, and is immortalized among the stars. Although the book does not delve deeply into all 12 labors, it is a serviceable undertaking for early and reluctant readers. . From School Library Journal Grade 2-4?From fighting off snakes in his cradle to slaying the nine-headed Hydra, Hercules is shown to be a valiant warrior. Readers are briefly introduced to Greek myth
how it helped me A Customer This book is very descriptive and is a valid reference book.