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Greek Mythology for Kids: From the Gods to the Titans - Greek Mythology Books - cover

Greek Mythology for Kids: From the Gods to the Titans - Greek Mythology Books

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Publisher: Baby Professor

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Summary

Why would you introduce your child to Greek mythology when they are just figments of the imagination? Well, there are many benefits a child can harvest from learning Greek mythology. For one, it fuels the imagination and help them become more creative. Greek mythology also teaches about the core values of love, courage and kindness. So grab a copy of this educational book today!

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