How the World Began
Creation in Myths and LegendsBook - 2006
Here, discover how different cultures believe the world was made and why they think it is the way it is. This book features over 75 fabulous fine-art illustrations of gods and heroes of myths and legends, and photographs of real-life locations and artefacts. Creation myths from all over the world have been collected in one volume so that you can compare the beliefs of different cultures. Astonishing coincidences between stories and amazing facts are highlighted in information panels, and the most enduring stories of all time are retold for a new generation. This exciting book gathers together myths and legends from every corner of the globe. All the key themes of creation are portrayed with beautiful fine-art illustrations, which are sure to fire a child's imagination. The creation myths range from the Titans and Olympian gods of ancient Greece to the Dreamtime of the Aboriginal peoples. It is a comprehensive introduction to these wonderful stories of how the world began, divided into regions including Europe, Africa and the Pacific.
Publisher: London : 2006
Branch Call Number: JNF 398.23 COOP
Characteristics: 48 p. : ill. ; 30 cm
Alternative Title: Creation in myths and legends