Greek and Roman Mythology
"Everything that the classical mythology homework assignment is likely to require and more."
“Recommended. The language is easy to read and understand for younger students just beginning to learn about mythology and yet inormative and descriptive enough for twelfth graders writing term papers.”
—Library Media Connection
- includes one year of unlimited online access
- 5 volumes, 128 pages per volume
- 300+ illustrations
- Further reading and research suggestions
- Online edition continuously updated
Myths of Ancient Greece and Rome recounted and connected to today’s world!
Selected as a Top 10 Reference by the Pennsylvania School Librarian's Association and winner of the Benjamin Franklin Award for editorial and design excellence.
Common Core Ready
Students love to study the myths of Ancient Greece and Rome. The Lincoln Library of Greek and Roman Mythology, in more than 500 entries, includes stories of:
- the Gods of Mount Olympus
- the Trojan War
- Epic quests of Jason and the Argonauts, Achilles, Odysseus, and more
- Thrilling adventures, narrow escapes, and magical transformations
- More heroes, gods, monsters, and magic
Designed with the curriculum in mind, Greek and Roman Mythology supports social studies and language arts content standards of most states.
Introduces Greek and Roman mythology in an engaging multidisciplinary way.
Reading Motivator. Designed as a reading motivator, this set appeals to students in grades 4 through 12. Incorporates proven strategies for pulling students into the text.
Appeals to all students. Accessible to all readers.
Supports middle school and adolescent literacy. Does not “talk down” to striving readers, but offers more than enough for even their most advanced classmates.
Selected stories presented in graphic novel-style illustrations. Short poetry excerpts introduce readers to the works of Wordsworth, Keats, Yeats, Shakespeare, Milton, and other literary giants.
More than 500 entries ranging from short 25 word articles on minor figures to eight page illustrated entries on the major Greek and Roman mythological figures.
Multidisciplinary approach. Broadens your students’ horizons by linking mythological associations to science, literature, art, and music. Introduces students to great works of art based on mythological stories. Links mythological figures to the world of scientific exploration.
Constellations. Includes star maps of major constellations and incorporates the latest space imagery from NASA.
Arranged A to Z, this set can be shared by students all working on the same classroom assignment.
Hundreds of illustrations, many in full color.
Helps students bring mythology alive in the classroom. Supports classroom presentations and activities. Includes six short plays edited especially for classroom presentation.
Maps help students locate mythological sites in today’s world.
Large-type, easy-to-read summaries, attract striving readers.
Includes a 1-year license to the online database search app that contains more research information than the print version. Provides unlimited access from school or from home.