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<div>Isis, Egyptian Goddess of Magic, thinks herself destined for a charmed life as the Goddess-Queen of Egypt. But in one fell sw...oop she loses her love, her home, even her magical powers. For the sake of Egypt and her infant son, Horus, she has to put this topsy-turvy world aright. Her adventures take her out into the realm of humans and down into the underworld. How will she reclaim Egypt's throne for Horus against the will of the evil usurper Seth? Will she be able to save Egypt from ruin? And where will you find her now? Told by Isis in the first person, this lively book gives young readers a unique entry into the world of Egyptian mythology and provides interesting cultural and historical context in a nonfiction section illustrated with a family tree of the Egyptian pantheon, as well as maps and photographs.<BR></div> Read More

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<div>Athena, Greek Goddess of Wisdom, steps fully formed from her father's head into the already established world of the Olympian...s. A motherless newcomer, she has to find her own place and purpose. Her adventures bring her down to Earth, where she forms close bonds with the Greek Heroes. Her attachment to three in particular?Diomedes, Odysseus, and Achilles?draws her into the Trojan War. How will she protect her friends and end the conflict? What are the ramifications on Olympus? Where does Athena finally find herself at home?and where can you find her now?<BR><BR>Told by Athena in the first person, this lively book gives young readers a unique entry into the world of Greek mythology and provides interesting cultural and historical context in a nonfiction section illustrated with a family tree of the Olympians, maps, and photographs.</div> Read More

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<div>Ixchel, Mayan Goddess of the Moon, is a spunky young goddess throwing lightning bolts with her friends until she meets and fa...lls in love with the God of the Sun. Their tempestuous relationship leads to many colorful adventures, including an elopement across the Milky Way, a visit to the underworld, and a sojourn with the Vulture King. But can the sun and the moon stay together? Are they two halves of a whole, or a world apart? Does the rambunctious young goddess finally grow up ? and where can you find her now? Told by Ixchel in the first person, this lively book gives young readers a unique entry into the world of Mayan mythology, and provides interesting cultural and historical context in a nonfiction section illustrated with maps and photographs.</div> Read More

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