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I was very pleased to see Zachary Hamby's book Mythology for Teens: Classical Myths in Today's World for adolescent readers.
This book is a must for anyone teaching mythology to junior high or high school students, but I found it to be an interesting read for enjoyment, as well.
Also, the author, Zachary Hamby, gives his readers his email address and is quick to respond with advice and the material he uses in his classroom.
I was looking for more supplementary activities for my high school freshmen and this didn't have that. Good stories though for supplementary reading.Published 4 months ago by Stephanie C. Fox
If you are looking for a resource to teach middle and high school student about mythology, look no further. Read morePublished on July 15, 2011 by marylibrarian
I bought this for my 9th grade class when I started teaching Greek mythology, which I'd never taught before. Completely inspirational and incredible....what a fantastic resource! Read morePublished on May 5, 2011 by S.R.
This book was fine for what I needed it for. I do not think it is a book I would recommend for someone to pick up and read. It is meant for a class and that's what I used it for. Read morePublished on November 25, 2010 by S. Adams
Modern society, culture, literature and media are filled with Greek mythological allusion, but millions don't know that when automotive giant Midas tells us to "trust the Midas... Read morePublished on June 30, 2010 by M. Mckibbon-Bell
When told I was supposed to teach Mythology to 8th graders, I was lost. I had little knowledge of Mythology and what I did know, I didn't think I could make it interesting for the... Read morePublished on February 9, 2010 by Chezarae Huntsinger