Once again George here delivers a meticulously weaved story an aggregation of many written and oral myths respecting all and still bringing in fresh material without both clashingAs always the art is sophisticated yet also simple and clean and the #drama written here is so subtle and adult that I can t believe this is supposed to #written here is so subtle
and adult that I can t believe this is supposed to for adult that I can t believe this is supposed to for when it moves me soThe amount of research this man must do makes me tired This book is a fantastic deal for such an exceptional uality book this is my translation of what my 9 year old son said this book is so cheap for being so good These are instant favorites for my 3rd grade twin boys and are a great supplement for their ove of the Percy Jackson series Great super speedy delivery of high uality books They ve all read the Percy Jackson series but this is a great way to introduce traditional Greek Mythology stories My students raced into my classroom every day during our Mythology unit to grab their favorite to read I highly recommend them and they approach the ahem uestionable of the gods and goddesses activities in a clear yet age appropriate manner I m slowly collecting a hard cover set that will hopefully fare better than the paperbacks for years to come Loved it full of awesome illustrations and great wording and phrases We were counting down the days til this book came out The 10th installment of the Oly. The New York Times bestselling series continues as authorartist George OConnor focuses on Hermes the trickster god in Olympians Hermes Tales of the TricksterIn volume ten of Olympians George OConnor delves into the.
review Olympians: Hermes: Tales of the TricksterAs strong and independent but his depiction of them resonates with them Can t say enough good things about this entire series The newest addition to George O Connor s Olympians series is as always a perfectly brilliant one Hermes the ultimate trickster in Greek Myth and the inspiration for figures in art and iterature than one can shake a stick at #IS RIGHT AT HOME UNDERNEATH GEORGE S PEN MIXING at home underneath George s pen Mixing impressive artistic skills tackling I have always been fascinated by Greek mythology graphics are beautiful The story A Seat At The Table: A Novel of Forbidden Choices lines are depicted as I remembered from high school I hope for Greek stories My daughteroves these 10yr old daughter Soul Unchained (Sons of Wrath, loved this book She read the whole thing in about an hr oress She Hunted Wolf (Seraphine Thomas, loves greek mythology She s really into the percy Jackson books and wants to start on the 2nd series of that Whileooking for that i came across these books She wants them all now Its written The Jewish People: 2Their History and Their Religion like a comic book which is fun I thought it was just going to beike chapters of different
stories It has extra info in the back of the book andIt has extra info in the back of the book and has a God family tree which is really cool All the Olympians issues are of high uality This issue was our favorite the representation of Hermes was just the right tone of Wilhelm Van Gloeden lightness after dealing with serious issues It was a good segue to the fables of Aesop too Another amazing book in this graphic novel series. To the eually mischievous Pan Hermess story is wildly entertaining as he brings aittle bit of chaos to everything he touches or creates This volume is sure to be a fan favorite with its wit charm and storytellin. .
Mpians series did not disappoint My kids LOVE these books so much that we bought 2 copies because I forgot I d pre ordered it He doesn t dumb down any of the stories nor eave anything essential out but they re still appropriate for even younger readers my three are 6 and 75 That is hard to doWe ove how he took the story of Io and set up Hermes s stories within that framework We have a house full of books on Greek myths and the way he chooses which stories to present and how to weave them in a way that is both entertaining but also speaks to each god or goddess s character is really special and much appreciatedNot only do his efforts to thoroughly research each story come through but his anguage is exuisite both witty and erudite My kids make me read #these to them over and over and while I often tire of how #to them over and over and while I often tire of how can isten to the same books again and again I
do not ever tire of theseThe extra notes at the end are both super informative and entertaining his commentarynot ever tire of theseThe extra notes at the end are both super informative and entertaining his commentary especially oved the personal story about his obsession with Hermes as my son has that in common with himAnd the icing on the cake being Greek we ove that he sticks to the Greek spelling as closely as possibleA sidenote on the series in general my daughters are even OBSESSED than they already were with Athena and Artemis after reading O Connor s books on them They are always presented. Myth of Hermes the trickster god From his infancy when he bewitches animals and bends them to his will stealing a herd of Apollos prize cattle in the bargain to his adolescence and adulthood when he becomes father. ,