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by Christina Balit,Geoffrey Ashe

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ISBN:
0711219060
Author:
Christina Balit,Geoffrey Ashe
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Frances Lincoln Childrens Books (April 1, 2002)
Pages:
32 pages
EPUB book:
1210 kb
FB2 book:
1633 kb
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1610 kb
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Rating:
4.6
Votes:
542


An afterword by British historian Geoffrey Ashe mentions some of the theories associated with the myth. I found this book at a thrift store and picked it up for my girls, 6 and 4. The artwork is of a high quality and the text is clear but not condescending.

An afterword by British historian Geoffrey Ashe mentions some of the theories associated with the myth. As a read-aloud to early elementary students, or a read-alone for older students, this picture book will captivate a new generation of children intrigued with the mysteries of this timeless legend. I would recommend this book for anyone who wants to introduce a child they know to different mythologies sprinkled with a bit of history.

DK Readers: Atlantis, The Lost City (Level 4: Proficient Readers) Paperback. Children intrigued by the story will like the endnote by Geoffrey Ashe, who describes various theories about a historical Atlantis

DK Readers: Atlantis, The Lost City (Level 4: Proficient Readers) Paperback. Children intrigued by the story will like the endnote by Geoffrey Ashe, who describes various theories about a historical Atlantis. From School Library Journal. Grade 2-6-Through luminous illustrations and simple prose, Balit lures readers to Plato's legend of Atlantis. Poseidon, ruler of the water, falls in love with Cleito, a happy maiden on a small, rocky island.

Title: Atlantis: The Legend of a Lost City Author: Christina Balit Genre . This book is a traditional literature book about the legend of the lost city of Atlantis.

Title: Atlantis: The Legend of a Lost City Author: Christina Balit Genre: Myth Theme(s): Selflessness/Greek Mythology Opening line/sentence: First there was chaos Brief Book Summary: Poseidon, God of the Seas, was curious about how the people on a poor island were such happy people. As he watched the people on the island, he eventually fell in love with a woman who lived there.

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children's book illustration, fairy tales and folk tales. And the Whole Day they Flew Onward Illustration from Wild Swans Harry Clarke. Christina Balit Atlantis - The Legend of a Lost City - Картинки и разговоры.

Floating on the emerald seas is a small rocky island belonging to the mighty sea-god Poseidon. Gradually he transforms the island into a rich and fertile place with underground canals, a race course, a silver-pinnacled temple and a palace fit for a god. But as the golden years pass, his descendants start to act less like gods and more like men...This retelling, based on Plato's Timaeus and Critias, with a note on Atlantis by Geoffrey Ashe, echoes one of the most haunting themes of humankind. Nominated for the Kate Greenaway Medal 1999