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The Odyssey #2020

The Odyssey By Joanne Mattern Homer The Odyssey None
  • Title: The Odyssey
  • Author: Joanne Mattern Homer
  • ISBN: 9780061064135
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Paperback
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    About "Joanne Mattern Homer"

    1. Joanne Mattern Homer

      Mattern is the author of many books for children Her favorite topics include animals, biography, and history She lives in the Hudson Valley of New York State.

    181 Comments

    1. Can you please tell me when your obsession with Greek mythology began Well, it all started when I was six and my mom brought home this book from the library all just went downhill from there I started using Scylla and Charybdis metaphors all the time and I freaked out when scientists discovered a new dwarf planet and named it Circe Nobody puns prevailed in my house, and then my dad began to read D aulaires Book of Greek Myths before bed


    2. I can t remember how I got this book I wonder if it was a set with the PC game that I played over and over as a kid For that possibility, I don t think I can give this book up I don t think I can label it a favourite any just because it s still a kid s book, but I still love Wishbone, and I love the Odyssey story, or at least the 5% of the story that everyone knows Maybe I ll love the prose version.


    3. I read this book first in 9th grade English, then again for a college class It s not a whole lot than a rousing adventure tale in a classical Greek setting with gods and heroes galore My favorite part is Penelope s resourcefulness and my least favorite, Odysseus egotism Here s another classic everyone literate ought to be acquainted with lots of allusions in our contemporary life


    4. I love the Wishbone series books but this was one of my favorites I grew up with Wishbone and hope that younger generations can learn classic stories at an early age through him as well I recommend it for young readers and old ones alike


    5. A great wishbone version of the classic, 6 year old was totally into it While obviously a lot was cut out, the main themes and story points were included to give a solid basic, yet entertaining outline of the tale.



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