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Snakes, monsters, gods, and a hero - all vital elements for the Greek myth, Snake Hair; The Story of Medusa. Author, Stephanie Spinner, writes that the once beautiful Medusa now has a head of snakes and a body covered with scales. Whoever looks at this monster will turn to stone. Brave Perseus is given the task of delivering Medusa's head to the distrusted King. With advice from the gods, Perseus takes a mirror on his quest against evil, determined to conquer both Medusa and the King.

Snake Hair is written for the Level 2 Reader in The All Aboard Reading series. The short sentences and larger size text are appropriate for the beginning level reader. The shortened version of the Medusa myth attracts all audiences.

The clear and simple collage illustrations by illustrator, Susan Swan, blend the easy reading level and the story together well. Through the paper cutting techniques, Swan puts depth into the illustrations, using textured papers and layers. The pictures are as exciting as the adventure.
Like all good stories, Snake Hair rears up to be read again and again.

Contributed by Cecile Wong, Librarian Extraordinaire (retired)

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