Grade 2-3

Barbara Leonie Picard, Joan Kiddell-Monroe

Tales of the Norse Gods

Paperback (Oxford University Press Oct. 6, 1994)
The Vikings told many stories of their gods: mighty Odin; Thor the god of thunder; gentle Freya; and Loki the mischief-maker and the tricks he played. In the stories, the gods are forced to always strive against the hated giants, who symbolize the pitiless northern snows and the grim mountains. These exciting and dramatic tales open with the beginning of all things, and follow the story through to the gods' final battle against the forces of winter.
Oxford Myths and Legends
0192741675 / 9780192741677
10.4 oz.
5.4 x 0.6 in.

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