4Pcs Original English Books National Geographic Treasury of Egyptian Greek Mythology Picture Books for Children’s Education

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  • Language: English
  • Age: Ages 5-8 Years Old
  • Condition: New
  • Origin: Mainland China

 

 

 

1.NG TreasuryOf Egyptian Myth

2.NG TreasuryOf Greek Mythology

3.NG TreasuryOf Norse Mythology

4.NG Arabian Nights

 

 

 

1.NG TreasuryOf Egyptian Myth

The main reasons for the ancient Egyptian animal and plant worship are the oasis and the admiration for the tenacious vitality of the animals and plants in the desert environment. The plot of the Oasis, the mystery and attraction of the exuberant vitality of plants and animals make the Egyptians establish the harmonious relationship between man and nature, man and plants. This became an important feature of Egyptian civilization;

In the creation myth and religion of The Egyptians, the main gods are closely related to plants and animals. This kind of worship adds a mysterious color to the relationship between the Egyptians and the nature, and enables the Egyptians to form national customs such as respecting the laws of nature and dealing with the relationship between the egyptians and the nature harmoniously. The ancient Egyptian animal and plant worship penetrated into the Egyptian philosophy, folk aesthetic, architectural culture, and even literature and art. Through religion, the animal and plant worship injected fresh blood into Egyptian civilization. The magnificence of Egyptian civilization is closely related to the gene of animal and plant worship. Through the study of the ancient Egyptian animal and plant worship and its influence, we may be able to deal with the relationship between man and nature harmoniously, respect the law of nature, rational use and development of natural resources to bring some enlightenment. This book is based on Egyptian fairy tales, with colorful illustrations and interesting stories, which can well attract readers’ interest in reading. A must-read for readers interested in Egyptian mythology!

 

2.NG TreasuryOf Greek Mythology

In this book, you will see:

1. Classic stories of Greek gods, heroes and monsters;

2. Roman names, birthplace, symbols and other information of Greek gods;

A map of Greece and the Mediterranean, showing the geography of the story;

4. Family tree of the Greek gods.

The clear and retro narration, coupled with exquisite illustrations with exquisite strokes and rich colors, serves as a foil to each character’s unique personality

Interspersed with cultural, historical or geographical introductions related to Nordic mythology

Award-winning author Donna Jo Napoli and award-winning illustrator Christina Barrett teamed up

Produced by National Geographic, in original English, in hard cover and large volume, well printed

 

3.NG TreasuryOf Norse Mythology

Norse mythology is more than a god system, generally can be divided into four system: giant, god, spirit and dwarf Dwarves. The giants created the world and gave birth to the gods, the Asgardians (the Asherites) with Odin as their chief, and the Warners (the Vanillites) with Niold, the sea god, as their chief, with twelve chief gods. Elves and gnomes are demigods who serve the gods and belong to a special creation in the Germanic region.

There are many special parts in Norse mythology, such as the human creation, which was created first by women, and the material was not clay as most myths show, but a branch of a tree. Another distinguishing feature is its location. Because Scandinavia is in the Arctic, where it is cold all year round, the frost giants occupy a high place in mythology and are often a headache for the gods. Secondly, the view of destruction and rebirth has the greatest influence. Unlike other mythological systems, the gods in Nordic mythology are imperfect and face the fate of destruction themselves. For example, Odin sacrificed his left eye for knowledge and was hanged in a tree for nine nights. On the other hand, Norse mythology believed that when everything died, new life would form again, and that everything in the world was circular.

 

4.NG Arabian Nights

Classic stories and dazzling illustrations of princesses, Kings, sailors, and elves come to live in a stunning retelling of Arab folk tales from the Arabian Nights and other collections, including Aladdin, Sinbad the sailor, Al Baba and the Forty Thieves

The clear and retro narration, coupled with exquisite illustrations with exquisite strokes and rich colors, sets off the unique personality of each character

Interspersed with cultural, historical or geographical introductions related to the Arabian Nights.

 

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