These books are ideal for visitors who are looking for children’s books on Greek Mythology, for acquainting children with Greek mythology and folk legends and for introducing young readers to English language as well.
The series Tales from the Greek Myths offers a new reading of the ancient Greek myths. They are not old, worn-out stories, but gripping tales of timeless human adventures, containing all the fears and joys that have marked and continue to mark the human soul. Suggested for children older than 4 years old.
Read about the Labours of Hercules (written by Maria Angelidou, translated by Joshua Barley):
Become acquainted with gods and goddesses and face up to dreadful monsters (written by Kostas Poulos, translated by Leo Kalovyrnas):
Become eyewitnesses of marvelous transformations (written by Antonis Papatheodoulou, translated by Joshua Barley) and eternal love stories (written by Calliope Kyrdi, translated by Leo Kalovyrnas):
• The Myth of Arachne
• Callisto and the Book of the Sky
• Orpheus and Eurydice
The series Myths and Legends of Modern Greece invites us to remember and be enchanted again by the words of old times, words that comforted people and kept them company, words that tried to explain whatever scared or charmed them in the past and passed on orally from one generation to another. Myths and legends to share with our children, now that we don’t narrate stories the way people did in the past.
One can find fairies, elves, dragons, snakes, mermaids, dwarves, witches, monsters and brave heroes. This series is inspired by the legends and the customs of Greek tradition. The naïve colors of the illustrations make the books a piece of art.
You can also hear the narration of these stories through QR code. Suggested for children older than 5 years old.
Buckle up and delve into a universe of gods and goddesses, heroes and monsters, fairies and giants and the greatest love stories ever told.