The Vaahana Tale is a humorous story based on traditional Hindu mythology and told in the style of an instructive animal fable.
This novel, City of the Plague God, is not only a gripping read but also a great introduction for readers to modern social issues.
I Am Hermes adapts a classic set of Greek myths to comic-book format, making skillful use of the humor, characterization, and action-packed momentum.
MAYA VAN DER MEER’s Kuan Yin: The Princess Who Became the Goddess of Compassion, Buddhist fairy tale, is a book to treasure.
T is for Thor is a beautiful and captivating introduction to Norse mythology for young readers eager to move beyond the two-dimensional Hollywood depictions.
Enter for a chance to win a copy of the Mesopo audiobook, by Eva Dietrich. Perfect for book lovers and fantasy lovers alike!
In this interview, we discuss Alexandra López’s children’s book Kachina, a beautiful story about self-discovery and togetherness.
Drawing on Pueblo mythology, Alexandra López’s picture book Kachina tells a beautiful story about self-discovery and togetherness.
Imaginative and colorful, Nathalie Laine’s Alessia in Atlantis: The Forbidden Vial is a page-turner from the very first moment.
Alane Adams is an author, professor, and literacy advocate. Here we discuss her latest book series Witches of Orkney.