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Mythical Creatures
 
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James Harpur
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Mythical Creatures

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Features some of the most amazing beings ever to haunt the dreams and imaginations of mankind. This book presents a different category of beasts, from giants and trolls to sea monsters, minotaurs, dragons and the legendary phoenix rising from the ashes.
Published (first published January 1st 2009)
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Daniel Bergman
Mythical Creatures by James Harpur was a fascinating book about fictional monsters. It includes over 25 biographies of monsters including: Cyclops, Bigfoot, Reptoid alien, and much more! The book talks about the parts of the monster's bodies and the stories about them.
Suzy Platt
My 9 year son was fascinated with this book, hes read it twice now, and pretends to fight dragons and trolls while hes playing.
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James Harpur has had four poetry collections published by Anvil Press: A Vision of Comets (1993), The Monk’s Dream (1996), Oracle Bones (2001) and The Dark Age (2007). Anvil have also published his Fortune’s Prisoner, a translation of the poems of Boethius. In addition, he has published a sequence of religious poems called The Gospel of Joseph of Arimathea (Wild Goose, 2008). His prose publication...more
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