Graphic Novel Review: Perseus and Medusa

Graphic Novel Review: Perseus and MedusaPerseus and Medusa by Blake A. Hoena
Published by Stone Arch Books on January 9th 2009
Genres: Graphic Novel
Pages: 72

Young Perseus grows up and is ordered to slay a hideous monster before he can claim his heritage. The monster Medusa's gaze turns men into solid stone. How can Perseus fight an enemy he cannot even look at?

A great retelling of the famous myth in graphic novel format. Perseus and Medusa is a Stone Arch publication so it has all the extra goodies teachers and librarians want to see at the back as well – more about the myth, discussion questions, writing prompts, and a glossary! Definitely a fun story for kids to read about and a great way to learn about mythology. And did I mention it was a graphic novel? *loves graphic novels*

Recommended for 3rd grade and up.

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