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We Goddesses: Athena, Aphrodite, Hera

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2008

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    I have always been facsinated by Greek mythology, and this book, while very entertaining, is also quite informative. I have read it MANY times and will probably need to get a new copy soon because mine is so worn! Actually, I think this book might have actually sparked my interest in Greek mythology! I will love this book until the day I die!!! 5 stars, no doubt!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2007

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    I am a big fan of Greek mythology but some of the names and stories are hard to remember but this book was beautifully illustrated and gave phonetic pronuncitations of the characters and made it a joy to read. I'm a full grown woman but I loved this book and would recommend it highly for parents to enjoy and to enjoy with children of all ages. I especially liked that the book focused on Athena, Aphrodite, and Hera but included insight into other titans, mortals, Gods, Goddesses and monsters. All in all a very enjoyable book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2001

    Simply Divine!

    This book went inside the minds of the three major goddesses, Athena,Aphrodite, and Hera. The first chapter is about Athena (my favorite goddess). She tells of how she invented many things, and of the heros she favorided. Next comes Aphrodite,and she tells of her life and the golden apple(she's more vain than the other goddesses). Last comes Hera. She tells of her life and of the battle between the gods and titans. I recomend this book for mature readers, beause there are some pretty, um, mature descriptions.

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