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Your favorite book of Norse mythology?

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Padraic Colum, by far.

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Lol, both of those! I think my son also liked one by the woman who wrote the Magic Tree House books. It wasn't a book for little ones though. It was a retelling of norse myths.

 

But D'aulaire is our fave.

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:iagree: my 12 yr old ds is reading these right now.

:iagree: We haven't read Colum's book yet.

 

Oops, thought I was posting the original poster's idea about d'Aulaire. :)

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d'Aulaire's Book of Norse Myths

 

Love the D'Aulaire's Norse and Greek myths over here. They come out again and again.

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Yeah, we like D'Aulaires (simpler) and Green (more complex). Bernard Evslin has some books that cover Norse mythology. D'Aulaires has a book of Trolls, too.... East o' the Sun and West o' the Moon, Asbjornsen, are Scandinavian tales.... The White Stag, Seredy, is Hungarian.... Here's Colum's Children of Odin, online:

 

http://www.mainlesson.com/display.php?author=colum&book=odin&story=_contents

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