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Jason and the Golden Fleece (Mythology)

Press: Stone Arch Books (January 1, 2010)
Author Name:Sandoval, Gerardo


Brave Jason comes to claim his throne, but the old king will not give up his rule so easily. 
To prove his worth, Jason must find the greatest treasure in the world, the Golden Fleece.
Jason accepts the challenge, and gathers the fifty greatest heroes of Greece to help him on his quest.
Jason and his Argonauts must face rampaging bears, the menacing, flying Harpies, and a six-headed monster flanked by a deadly whirlpool.

About the Author

The career path of Nel Yomtov has taken him from the halls of Marvel Comics, as an editor, writer, and colorist, to the world of toy development. 
He then became editorial and art director at a children’s nonfiction book publisher, and now Nel is a writer and editor of books, websites, and comics for children.
A harmonica-honking blues enthusiast, Nel lives in New York with his wife, Nancy.
They have a son, Jess.Gerardo Sandoval is a professional comic book illustrator from Mexico.
He has worked on many well-known comics including Tomb Raider books from Top Cow Production.
He has also worked on designs for posters and card sets.Benny Fuentes lives in Villahermosa, Tabasco in Mexico, where the temperature is just as hot as the sauce.
He studied graphic design in college, but now he works as a full-time colorist in the comic book and graphic novel industry for companies like Marvel, DC Comics, and Top Cow Productions.
He shares his home with two crazy cats, Chelo and Kitty, who act like they own the place.

--This text refers to the Paperback edition.


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  •     I read this aloud to my son; it being a little too hard for him to read himself comfortably and he wanted me to read it to him. Ds is already familiar with the tale of Jason as I had read a lengthy retelling in Classic Myths to Read Aloud by William F. Russell but that book has no illustrations. This graphic adaption was all we hoped it would be! A well-told, detailed retelling written in chapters. Most of the exciting bits of the journey are there and the story keeps well to the original myth with the limited 63 pgs. The illustrations are gorgeous and it is wonderful to see the story brought to life before your eyes in this way. The illustrator's style is a very modern comic book look though Jason is drawn in an almost anime style though his features stay recognizably masculine. I highly recommend this book and others in the myth series, especially to boys who are reluctant readers; with the book being at a 2.4 RL it will appeal right up to early teens.

  •     Completely satisfied.


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