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    The Cyclopes

    398.2
    EVS

    The Cyclopes

    Evslin, Bernard.

    Describes the origins of the cyclopes, their work as servants to the gods, and their memorable encounter with Ulysses.

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    Scylla and Charybdis

    Evslin, Bernard.

    Describes the origins of the monsters who lived on either side of the Strait of Messina, wreaking havoc on sailors seeking passage.

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    The sirens

    398.2
    EVS

    The sirens

    Evslin, Bernard.

    Describes the origins of the sirens, half-women, half-birds, who lured sailors to their deaths with their irresistible voices, and relates their encounter with Ulysses.

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    The furies

    398.21
    EVS

    The furies

    Evslin, Bernard.

    A retelling of the myths associated with the terrible goddesses of vengeance who lived in Hades and punished people for every kind of crime.

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    The Hydra

    398.21
    EVS

    The Hydra

    Evslin, Bernard.

    Recounts the myth of the hundred-headed creature which was slain by the hero Hercules.

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    Monsters

    791.43
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    Monsters

    Price, Vincent, 1911-

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    This savage song

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    This savage song

    Schwab, Victoria, author.

    As the heirs to opposing sides in a warring city, Kate Harker and Augustus Flynn should never have met, but instead find themselves having to choose between friendship and enmity at the risk of their city's future.

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    Monsters of men

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    Monsters of men

    Ness, Patrick, 1971-

    As a world-ending war surges to life around them, Todd and Viola face monstrous decisions, questioning all they have ever known as they try to step back from the darkness and find the best way to achieve peace.

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    Gargoyles

    J
    001.944
    MON

    Gargoyles

    Haugen, Hayley Mitchell, 1968-

    Presents a brief study of the history, origin, and purpose of gargoyles; and describes some of the more interesting gargoyles on various buildings around the world.

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    Centaurs

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    001.944
    MON

    Centaurs

    Hile, Kevin.

    Explores the history and origins of centaurs, describes their characteristics and behaviors, recounts centaur legends, and looks at centaurs in popular culture.

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    The Abominable Snowman

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    001.944
    MON

    The Abominable Snowman

    Lynette, Rachel.

    Explores the history and origins of abominable snowman legends; examines accounts of sightings and evidence for the existence of yetis; and discusses the creature's depiction in popular culture.

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    Hydra

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    001.944
    MON

    Hydra

    McKerley, Jennifer Guess.

    Discusses the legends, characteristics, and various incarnations of the Hydra, which is typically depicted as a multi-headed serpent and found in Greek mythology.

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    Bigfoot

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    001.944
    MON

    Bigfoot

    Miller, Heather.

    Explores the history and origins of Big Foot, and examines some of the accounts of sightings, what is perceived to be a hoax, and the mystery behind the legends of Sasquatch.

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    Cyclops

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    001.944
    MON

    Cyclops

    Nardo, Don, 1947-

    Studies the mythological Greek monster of Cyclopes and examines its characteristics, origins, and stories surrounding it.

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    Medusa

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    001.944
    MON

    Medusa

    Nardo, Don, 1947-

    Examines the origin surrounding the mythological Greek figure of Medusa and discusses her physical features, her magical powers, and how Perseus finally was able to kill her.

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    The Chupacabras

    J
    001.944
    MON

    The Chupacabras

    O'Neill, Terry, 1944-

    Explores the origins of the myth of the chupacabra, a mysterious animal the sucks the blood out of its prey, describing suspected chupacabra killings and sightings around the world, and discussing the creature's place in popular culture.

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    Dragons

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    001.944
    MON

    Dragons

    Petrini, Catherine M.

    Presents a brief study of dragons, how they are depicted in mythology, literature, and films.

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    Cerberus

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    001.944
    MON

    Cerberus

    Redmond, Shirley-Raye, 1955-

    Explores the origin of the Greek mythological monster Cerberus, discusses its characteristics, examines similar creatures, and looks at Cerberus in popular culture.

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    The minotaur

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    001.944
    MON

    The minotaur

    Schulte, Mary Knudson, 1958-

    Presents information on minotaurs, or half-man, half-bull creatures from Greek mythology, covering the tales of King Minos and Theseus, its appearance in Picasso's paintings as well as in popular culture and sculpture, and as the name of a rocket for launching satellites into space.

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    Monsters, dinosaurs, and beasts

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    398.2
    KAL

    Monsters, dinosaurs, and beasts

    Kallen, Stuart A., 1955-

    Describes famous beasts throughout history, including dinosaurs, Kraken, and the Abominable Snowman.

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    Buzzboy

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    741.5
    BUZ

    Buzzboy. monsters, dreams & milkshakes

    A collection of comics featuring the superhero Buzzboy and his friends and enemies.

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    The monster's ring

    J
    AUDIO
    COV

    The monster's ring

    Coville, Bruce.

    A timid boy, eager to frighten the school bully on Halloween night, acquires a magic ring and the power to change himself into a hideous monster.

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    Monsters and mold

    J
    CIT

    Monsters and mold

    Citro, Asia.

    "A girl, Zoey, and her cat, Sassafras, use science experiments to help a monster with a problem"--Provided by publisher.

    Due 07/01/19

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    The monster's ring

    J
    COV

    The monster's ring

    Coville, Bruce.

    A timid boy, eager to frighten the school bully on Halloween night, acquires a magic ring and the power to change himself into a hideous monster.

    Due 08/30/19

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