The first Olympic games : a gruesome Greek myth with a happy ending
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Published
Brookfield, Ct : Millbrook Press, 2000.
Physical Desc
1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 30 cm
Status
Round Rock Public Library - Blue shelves (1st floor)  1 available
J RIC

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Book
Language
English
ISBN
9780761313113, 0761313117
Accelerated Reader
LG
Level 4.6, 1 Points

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After Pelops, son of Tantulus and grandson of the Greek god Zeus, wins the hand of Hippodamia in a chariot race, he decrees that Olympic games are to be held every four years.
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Accelerated Reader,4.6

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APA Citation (style guide)

Richards, J., & Thacker, K. (2000). The first Olympic games: a gruesome Greek myth with a happy ending . Millbrook Press.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Richards, Jean and Kat. Thacker. 2000. The First Olympic Games: A Gruesome Greek Myth With a Happy Ending. Brookfield, Ct: Millbrook Press.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Richards, Jean and Kat. Thacker. The First Olympic Games: A Gruesome Greek Myth With a Happy Ending Brookfield, Ct: Millbrook Press, 2000.

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Richards, Jean., and Kat Thacker. The First Olympic Games: A Gruesome Greek Myth With a Happy Ending Millbrook Press, 2000.

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