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The Trojan Horse

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This hi/lo series presents exciting retellings of ancient stories in a graphic novel-style format. Dramatic, action-packed illustrations bring each myth to life. Readers will be captivated by stories in which heroes battle monsters, gods interact with humans, and long-kept secrets are revealed. Ideal for reluctant readers, this series provides an accessible and enjoyable w ...more
Paperback, 48 pages
Published January 1st 2007 by World Almanac Library
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Sara Darr
Feb 04, 2012 Sara Darr rated it it was amazing
'Trojan Horse' is a graphic novel based on the Ancient Greek story of Troy. The start of the book introduces and explains who the Greeks are, their gods and the concept of myths. It is then divided into six chapters which tells the story of Troy. It is easy to follow and the illustrations add depth to the story.
It would be a useful resource in history, literacy and art and would particularly benefit EAL/SEN children. Also children who have a keen interest in history or art may like to read this
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