Get Lost, Odysseus!

Get Lost, Odysseus!

eBook - 2014
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The Trojan War is over, but now Odysseus has to find his way home to Ithaca...and in typical fashion, he's angered Poseidon enough that the sea-god has decided to make his journey miserable (if not impossible). But Hades has a soft spot for the long-gone warrior, so even if he's sworn to Poseidon he won't help Odysseus directly, he might be able to pull a few strings..
Publisher: North Mankato : Myth-O-Mania, 2014
ISBN: 9781496500410
Branch Call Number: NCKIDS eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Alternative Title: NC KIDS Digital Library

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May 29, 2016

Remember the old Disney/Warner Brothers cartoons that were geared mainly for kids, yet smuggled in grown up references that made their folks laugh too? That's what you get with Kate McMullan's Myth-0-Mania series.

The little kids who are not old enough yet for Rick Riordan's Olympic Series will get a kick out of this cartoon version of "The Odyssey" while parents reading it to them will smile at the narrator Hades' in-jokes. (His two chariot horses are called Harley and Davidson, for example, and he says "What are mortals going to pray to me for? A better view from the Motel Styx?") Fans of the Riodan series will laugh particularly when Hades says "My bro Po had lots of sons, and not one of them was what what you'd call "a nice guy"." Recommended.


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