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The Mythical Creatures Bible book. Read 37 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This title provides a complete guide to the mythical b. Books shelved as mythical-creatures: The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Gob. Lists about: Immortals, Books To Read After Chronicles of Narnia, Dragons on the Cover, Fantasy Books Featuring Griffins, Just when you thought it was sa.


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This book has creatures you're familiar with and ones you've never even heard of !! The illustrations are beautiful. I needed a good reference book for when I. The Illustrated Guide to Mythical Creatures [David West, Anita Ganeri, in this book gives the reader a good base of knowledge for creatures of myth, legend. The Mythical Creatures Bible: The Definitive Guide to Legendary Beings Paperback – 1 Jan The Impossible Zoo: An encyclopedia of fabulous beasts and mythical. The Element Encyclopedia of Magical Creatures: The Ultimate A-Z of Fantastic.

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Paul Collison Illustrator. Emmett Elvin Illustrator. Since the dawn of time mankind has been fascinated with the natural world. There were so many mysteries, so many fundamental, unanswered questions. Where does the sun go each night? Why is it able to reappear every morning? What is the strange force which permeates the living world in spring, bringing forth green shoots from the earth and blossom from the bare branches?

Why Since the dawn of time mankind has been fascinated with the natural world. Why does the sea become so angry and then seem to fall back asleep? Before the days of scientific enquiry we filled in the gaps in our knowledge with stories of nature spirits, tree nymphs and water sprites.

We peopled the heavens with gods and goddesses who would hurl bolts of lightning at each other and make the sky quake with thunderous blows. The earth was barren, and the tree bare because the Goddess of corn was in mourning for her daughter, kidnapped and taken down to Hades by the Lord of the Underworld.

Mount Etna breathed fire and smoke because the terrible monster Typhon was crushed beneath it when he dared to challenged the Mighty Zeus Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions 1. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Mythical Creatures , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 23, Corinne Morier rated it did not like it Shelves: You know, for a book that claims itself to be the "ultimate encyclopedia" it really didn't have much. Maybe just one or two pages, mostly of white space and illustrations which, admittedly, were pretty of like "This creature is called such-and-so and appears in the Bible and did this such-and-so thing.

However, there was no "further reading" or "if you're interested in dragons, you might also reference this other entry that's similar to dragons. Not a single mention! I wanted to tear that page out of the book and rip it into a million pieces because it also mentioned only briefly briefly meaning like, two sentences about the Norse myths of elves that inspired Tolkien without even mentioning Tolkien by name. So this book having been "in existence" before LOTR was written has no excuse for that.

In fact, the majority of fantasy audiences will think of Tolkien elves and even the elves from Paolini's Inheritance cycle first, so why not mention these two great works of literature that helped to effectively redefine the fantasy genre and cement in readers' minds what an "elf" is?

Oh my god, so many typos. If you want to learn some things about mythological creatures, you can do this with this book.

If you are looking for an illustrated guide to mythology and might be interested in using some of the images in and art project, find it somewhere else. My son loves this book due to the fact it doesn't just cover western mythical creatures. I liked this book. It had a large assortment of creatures and great illustrations.

Good value. This concise book is full of wonderful images and informative text about creatures from myth, legend, and folklore from all over the world. The illustrations presented in this book are what really stand out for me.

David West has created beautifully detailed 3-D computer generated images. Each page is filled with CG images depicting creatures from myth and legend and the heroes that fought them.

The 3-D graphics are put to especially good use in creating the chimera, creatures with body parts from various animals. In addition to the CG images are examples of more traditional art such as classic paintings, wood prints, sculpture, and temple murals depicting creatures of myth throughout history.

The information in this book gives the reader a good base of knowledge for creatures of myth, legend, and folklore. Not only are there several different types of creatures mentioned; but, there are specific examples and the country from where the legend originated. I'll give you one little teaser that I found very interesting: The Hsigo, a winged monkey from Chinese folklore, serves to warn of coming drought.

Sound familiar? This legend may have inspired the flying monkeys from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. In this guide, there are mythical creatures based upon legends from all over the world.

This is the perfect place to start your adventure in reading myths, legends, and folklore. With the specific legends and regions that they come from listed in the book, readers will refer to this guide again and again as they read other books about these mythical creatures.

This a perfect book for kids who are interested in monsters and fantasy. Adults can also appreciate the illustration and information as much as I did. Best quality: The combination of computer generated images and the historical art from each country.

I was left wanting more. It would be great to see companion editions. Maybe a guide to each countries myths, legends, and folklore.

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The Mythical Creatures Bible: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Mythical Creatures

Everything is symbolic of course. My favourites so far: View 2 comments. Dec 21, Molly rated it really liked it. I got this book for references and inspiration as well as loving to study mythological creatures. This would be a good book for a ton of creatures' descriptions that could lead on to more research about a subject.

It also had a lot more of the creatures that I didn't know much about and was very well organized, like "shape-shifters", "demons", "fabulous animals", and "creatures of the bible" to name a few, as well as an index in the back if you're looking for something specific.

Not what I expect I got this book for references and inspiration as well as loving to study mythological creatures. Not what I expected, but I'm glad I bought it. I would recommend this for someone who wanted a lot of small yet thorough descriptions on a plethora of creatures, but not for someone who is looking for something really in depth, even though it covers the main bits about the creatures.

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With luxurious paper I don't know what kind of paper they used. Like paper that used in calendars and also filled with so many illustration all are in color , divided into 4 parts, this "bible" will whet your appetite for any mystical creature or spirits. Can be used if you write fantasy type of story, but the information that this book have kinda like summary thingie.

For the complete info, you can resear 4 stars A must have book if you love myth or merely curious with myth around the world. For the complete info, you can research it on net or combine with another book that have same category.

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View all 3 comments. May 05, Emily rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Anyone that like mythology or fantasy creatures. I found this book very interesting and gave me more creatures than what I would have thought to look up. I like that it included creatures from all over the world and from different time periods.

It had everything from the normal dragons and gryphons to things like the Kitsune and Paul Bunion. Overall it was a very good book and went into quite a bit of detail. This is a good guide for those interested in mythological beasts of all kinds. It delves into some of the lesser known beasts and refreshes your knowledge of the mythology behind them.

As with all imagery of mythological beasts, I found some of the artists interpretations varied from my own imaginative one - but none the less, a great reference item for any mythology nut. Apr 19, Joshua Bunnell rated it it was amazing. This book is in my reference library and its the holy grail of my collection. I've used the book as a starting point for any mythical creature I have to research. I recommend this book to anyone who loves reading about this subject. May 09, Anna Serra i Vidal rated it really liked it Shelves: Great starting point to investigate lesser known creatures.

Sometimes it helps me trigger an idea or somethimes it's just watching the illustations of the Spanish version that I find the inspiration to think about something else for my stories. This is a great reference book for any fantasy writer. Though I have found some mismatches in Indian Mythology segment, but overall it's a nice book and a must for those who are interested in such beings.

The graphics are really cool and nicely presented with adequate descriptions Jan 30, Kate rated it really liked it Shelves: Loved it for its diverse content and organization, but hated the campy, Sci Fi style illustrations. Jul 25, Ashley rated it really liked it. It was pretty cool, I had never heard of some of those creatures before.

Not the best written book; it is repetitive and a bit precious at times.

However, it covers great breadth and is a good introduction to many mythological beings from all over the world. Aug 15, Scarlette Thorn rated it it was amazing.

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