|aD'Aulaires' book of Greek myths |c[Ingri and Edgar Parin d'Aulaire]
|aBook of Greek myths
|aNew York |bDelacorte Press|cc2017.
|a208 p. |bill. (some col.), map |c31 cm.
|a"Originally published in a slightly different form in hardcover by Doubleday, New York in 1962."--T.p. verso.
|a"With a new afterword detailing the life and work of Ingri and Edgar d'Aulaire, plus never-before-published sketches from their notebooks and photos from their family album."--p.  of cover.
|aPresents an introduction to the gods, goddesses and legendary figures of ancient Greece -- mighty Zeus, with his fistful of thunderbolts; gray-eyed Athena, goddess of wisdom; Helios, the sun; greedy King Midas -- depicted by Caldecott winners Ingri and Edgar Parin d'Aulaire. These artists bring to life the myths that have inspired great European literature and art through the ages.