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Medusa Tells All: Beauty Missing, Hair Hissing
Medusa Tells All: Beauty Missing, Hair Hissing
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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 …

 
ISBN978-1-4795-2942-1
Age Level4-8 Years
Reading LevelGrades 2-3
GenreMythology & Legends
SubjectSocial Studies
Trim Size8 x 10
Page Count32
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2014
Paperback
Price
$6.95
 


 
 

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Booklist - Sarah Hunter

"The colorful cartoon illustrations add a nice touch of humor, like the trail of petrified townspeople in Medusa’s wake after her transformation. Concluding with Common Core Standards focused questions, this would be useful for expanding discussions of classic mythology." - Booklist

April 1, 2014

School Library Journal - Alana Joli Abbott, James Blackstone Memorial Library, Branford, CT

"With kidfriendly illustrations and a clever narrative voice, these twisted myths will have kids chuckling. . . .A critical thinking section at the end will guide teachers to using these books in classroom discussions about mythology, and the notes on integrating Common Core topics is helpful." - School Library Journal

April 1, 2014

Rebecca Fjelland Davis

Rebecca Fjelland Davis

Rebecca Fjelland Davis lives near Good Thunder, Minnesota. Her young-adult novels include Chasing AllieCat (Flux, 2011), a Junior Library Guild Selection; and Jake Riley: Irreparably Damaged (HarperCollins, 2003), a BCCB Blue Ribbon Fiction Book; her short story "Mars at Night" appears in the anthology Girl Meets Boy: Because There Are Two Sides to Every Story (Chronicle, 2012), on the Kirkus Review’s list of "Best Teen Books of 2012." Rebecca has also written nine nonfiction books for children. She’s a cyclist, a dog owner, and an instructor at South Central College (North Mankato, Minn.), where she teaches a lot of Greek mythology.

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