The Adventures of HERMES, God of Thieves: 100 Journeys Through Greek Mythology

A thrilling voyage across the dangerous, beautiful landscape of Greek Mythology like you’ve never read before: Fresh, wonderfully entertaining, poetic and funny.

Murielle Szac

Published by Pushkin Children's Books in Hardback (£16.99) on 23-10-2014

Translated by Mika Provata-Carlone


FOLLOW HERMES, the mischievous young messenger god, as he journeys through the fascinating, colourful world of Greek mythology, from Olympus and Hades to Parnassus and beyond. Perseus, Medusa, Jason and Pegasus are just some of the remarkable characters he will meet along the way.

In every chapter, these gripping classic adventures address the timeless questions: Where do we come from and how are we made? How can so much violence and hate exist in the world alongside so much love and beauty? What happens after death? It is to answer these questions that Hermes voyages through his unforgettable, world-observing, questioning and trying to understand.

HERMES, GOD OF THIEVES is a fun and informative introduction to Greek Mythology for children of all ages. In small entertaining episodes it introduces young readers to the full colourful cast of ancient Greek gods and their foibles.


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