Mitología China: Los Cuatro Dragones (Chinese Mythology: The Four Dragons)
Mitología China: Los Cuatro Dragones (Chinese Mythology: The Four Dragons)
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Annotation: Presents the Chinese tale of the Long-wang, four dragons who turned themselves into rivers to save their people from famine.
Catalog Number: #40070
Format: Library Binding
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Special Formats: Graphic Novel Graphic Novel
Copyright Date: 2009
Edition Date: 2009
Pages: 24 pages
Availability: Available
ISBN: 1-435-88566-X
ISBN 13: 978-1-435-88566-0
Dewey: 398
Dimensions: 27 cm.
Language: Spanish
School Library Journal
DANING, Tom . Mitología Egipcia: Isis y Osiris ISBN 978-1-4358-8567-7 . LC 2008054175. DANING, Tom . Mitología Mesoamericana: Quetzalcóatl ISBN 978-1-4358-8569-1 . LC 2008055415. DANING, Tom . Mitología Romana: Rómulo y Remo ISBN 978-1-4358-8570-7 . LC 2008055416. HERDLING, Glenn . Mitología Africana: Anansi ISBN 978-1-4358-8565-3 . LC 2008054173. HERDLING, Glenn . Mitología Griega: Jasón y el vellocino de oro ISBN 978-1-4358-8568-4 . LC 2008055413. ea vol: tr. by José María Obregón. 24p. (Historietas Juveniles: Mitologías Series). illus. Rosen/PowerKids Pr 2009. PLB $23.95. Gr 3-6 These titles feature condensed retellings of mythological stories from around the world. Anansi takes readers back to the time when no stories where told, so the spider decides to embark on a quest to win them all from Nyame. Quetzalcóatl and Los cuatro dragones describe the creation of the world. Isis and Osiris explains the origin of the battle between good and evil personified in Horus, Osiriss son, and in Seth. Rómulo y Remo is about the upbringing of the two brothers by a wolf and how Rómulo kills Remo and creates Rome in his honor. In Jasón y el vellocinode oro , Jasón joins forces with the Argonauts to recapture the Golden Fleece and avenge his uncles death. The fast-paced texts are matched with colorful comic-style illustrations, with three to four frames per page. Each title begins with a profile of the main characters. Both the stories and dialogue will appeal to reluctant readers. Good selections for most collections. Ana Rodriguez, Tamarac Elementary School, FL
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Word Count: 768
Reading Level: 3.4
Interest Level: 3-6
Accelerated Reader: reading level: 2.9 / points: 0.5 / quiz: 110378SP / grade: Lower Grades
Guided Reading Level: O

The origins of the four great rivers of China are reveled in this classic myth. Against the landscapes of China, follow four dragons as they struggle against the Jade Emperor to bring water to the people of China.

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