Demeter and Persephone

Demeter and Persephone

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When Hades, the king of the Underworld, abducts young Persephone and imprisons her in his kingdom deep beneath the earth, her mother Demeter is stricken with grief. Demeter must summon a mother's bravery to rescue her daughter from Hades' clutches. Will Persephone ever see the light of day again? AGES: 8+ AUTHOR: Hugh Lupton has been a central figure in the British storytelling revival for thirty years. He tells myths, legends and folk tales from many cultures. His many books include 'Tales of Wisdom And Wonder', 'The Story Tree', 'Tales Of Mystery & Magic' and his novel 'The Ballad Of John Clare'. Daniel Morden has been a professional storyteller since 1989. His book 'Dark Tales from the Woods' won the Tir na nog Children's Book Prize in 2007. In 2006, Daniel and Hugh received the Classical Association's Award for "the most significant contribution to the public understanding of the classics." ILLUSTRATOR: Carole Henaff is inspired by her travels and is never without her sketchbook. She studied theatrical literature in Paris before moving to Barcelona to study graphic design and illustration. Carole has illustrated children's books in France and Spain, including Smara, which was awarded the Isaac Diaz Pardo Prize for Best Illustrated Book, 2006. She has also illustrated 'The Adventures of Achilles' and 'The Arabian Nights' for Barefoot Books. Colour
Published: Cambridge, Mass. : Barefoot Books, 2013.
ISBN: 9781846868344
1846868343
Branch Call Number: J398.2093 LUP
Characteristics: [40] p. :,col. ill., col. map ;,21 cm.

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