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Ancient Mythologies Doc ç µ Charles kovacs

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Ancient Mythologies Doc ç µ Charles kovacs µ ✻ [BOOKS] ✯ Ancient Mythologies: India, Persia, Babylon, Egypt By Charles Kovacs ❅ – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk The meaning of some of the world's great myths and legends springs to life in this collection of stories retold here for children Through the epic The meaning of some of the world's great myths and legends springs to life in this collection of stories retold here for children Through the epic adventures of colorful characters from kings and beggars to gods I usually like Mr Kovac's books but I found this one a bit problematic It is structured in such a way that my child was completely confused about the chronology of ancient civilisations and it posits views that border on racist such as all indian people are lazy and like to avoid responsibility because they live in a hot country It does weave in some factual information on the countries covered and maybe my issue is with Steiner education in general on this topic since I will not teach my child that Atlantis was a factual place and that people used to do magic and Indian people are closer to magical life and that civilisation developed in the way laid out in this book

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Rimitive hunters to builders of magnificent cities and the great pyramids Buddha Krishna Rama Zarathustra Gilgamesh Isis and Osiris are just a few of the lively participants in the unfolding historical narrative The stories and information given are perfect for my nearly 11 year old Kovacs always delivers Thank you for the lovely product

Charles Kovacs ☆ Ebook

Ancient Mythologies India Persia Babylon EgyptAnd demons the reader may glimpse the ancient wisdom of early humankind Spanning the centuries from Atlantis to the civilizations of India Persia Babylonia and Egypt the author portrays human development from p This is my 4th Charles Kovacs book and I am not disappointed with any of them He tells his stories very well drawing the reader into his web and hanging on for every word I am using this book as a homeschooling resource following the class 5 Steiner curriculum and my son loves listening to these stories Very well written There are no illustrations in this book but the uality of the writing is so good that this is not a disadvantage in any waySimilar in uality to Kovacs' Norse myths which my son enjoyed much than the D'Aulaires version although this was also good and had lovely illustrationsI can thoroughly recommend this book for Steiner homeschoolers and for anyone interested in these ancient mythologies