Cupid and Psyche
, New York: Seabury Press, 1976. A modern retelling of the story of
Cupid and Psyche
.—a version forty-five pages in length. For advanced readers.
Bulfinch, Thomas. A Book of Greek Myths, New York, MacMillan Publishing Co., Inc., 1942. A book containing thirty myths written in a vocabulary and style very appropriate for middle school children, challenging to Eill, A major source of information for the children, This book lends itself very well to the making of thermal spirit masters for use with large group instruction.
D’Aulaire, Ingri and Edgar,
Book of Greek Myths
,. Garden City: Doubleday and Company Inc. 1962. A Beautifully illustrated book for children containing over forty stories about the gods: minor gods, and the mortal descendants or Zeus. Easy reading with basic facts.
Evslin, Bernard, Dorothy Evslin, and Ned Hoopes, Heroes and Monsters of Greek Myth. New York: Scholastic Book Services, 1967. An easy-to-read book recounting the tales of the demigods Perseus, Daedalus, Theseus and Atlanta, Also included are the fables of Midas and Pygmalion.
Athena: The warrior Goddess,
New York: Viking Press, 1972. A book describing the birth and life of Athena, Its many stories show her interaction with gods and mortals.
Heracles, Jason and Perseus, For more advanced readers. Gunther, John,
Jason and the Golden Fleece
, New York: Scholastic Book services, 1963. A book that can be easily read and enjoyed, A good adventure story recounting Jason’s quest for the Golden Fleece, Boys in particular might enjoy this book.
The Gorgon’s head,
New York: Scholastic Book Services, 1970. A longer version of the Perseus myth recounting the birth, life, and trials of Perseus, h good book for boys, easily read with a challenging vocabulary.
Silverthorne , . Elizebeth ,
I, Heracle s
. Abington, 1978. A book recounting the twelve labors of Beracles. An easy to read book that will have particular interest to the boys, Written in the first person.