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Journey to Mythaca

Average rating
5 out of 5
Based on 11 Ratings and 9 Reviews

Book Description
Ivan, nearly eleven, and Marianna, twelve, find themselves in a miniature world when they shelter under a bush on a rainstorm. When Ivan brags about his city home, Magellan, a winged equus (please don't call him a horse), and Paracelsus, an ancient dragon, are convinced that the boy is describing the fabled city of Mythaca. As soon as Paracelsus gets the spell right and the children are small enou... More
Book Information
PublisherWingspan Press
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages348
Publication Date10/16/2006
The Creators
About Eve Baumohl Neuhaus (Author) : Journey to Mythaca is the product of my twenty-three years in the elementary and middle school classroom and a lifelong passion for stories, particularly mythology, which culminated in an MA in Mytho... more
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About Josephine Laing (Illustrator) : Josephine Laing is a published illustrator of young adult books. A published credit of Josephine Laing is Journey to Mythaca.
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4/16/2007 Eve Neuhaus said: Two children, an impulsive flying horse, an elderly dragon and a wise winged cat set out to find the fabled city of Mythaca.
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