Beasts and Monsters by Anthony Horowitz

After taking back some library books, I couldn’t help but have a nose around for my next reads. I saw another Anthony Horowitz book in the same series as the one I just read, so I had to pick it up. There were more ancient takes from: Greece, Cheyenne Indian, English and Celtic culture. Some of these traditional stories had mythical beasts/creatures that I had heard of, but didn’t know much about. For example, the Sphinx and a Banshee. For me this was a pretty quick read –  I really like the ‘bite size’ stories which were perfect for this sleepy Sunday afternoon.

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One Comment Add yours

  1. Ella, year 6 says:

    Uncle Gobb and the dread shed looks like the most crazy book in the history of crazy books! x


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