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Title: Persephone and the PomegranateAuthor: Kris WaldherrIllustrator: Kris WaldherrGenre: MythTheme(s): Mythology, Ancient Greece, Mothers & Daughters, Seasons—Winter & SpringOpening line/sentence: “A long time ago, when gods and goddesses still lived among humans, Demeter, goddess of the harvest, had a daughter names Persephone whom she treasured more than the earth.”Brief Book Summary: In this Greek myth, mother Demeter and daughter Persephone are separated and Demeter will do anything to get her daughter back. This includes going to see the lord of the underworld, Pluto, who is holding her daughter hostage. Throughout this tale, many familiar gods like Zeus will be introduced. This story creatively tells how the seasons of winter and spring came to be. Professional Recommendation/Review #1: Susie Wilde (Childrens Literature) Winter is a time for contemplation, a reflective time to talk and think. As long as people have lived, they have tried to explain the seasons. Waldherr allows parents to share with children one of the seasonal explanations of our ancestors and thereby opens doors to mythology. In Persephone and the Pomegranate, Waldherr gives the idyllic above-world happiness of Persephone and Demeter a light airy touch and balances this with the richness of deep reds in Persephones underworld robe, the fire of Plutos chariot, and the pomegranate that is Persephones undoing. Theres contrast measured not just in starkness of seasons, but in facial expression and the kinds of movements made in the two very different worlds. Its this kind of thoughtful presentation that will urge children to think, imagine and try to understand the ancient myths. 1993, Dial, $14.99, $14.89. Ages 5 to 10. (PUBLISHER: Dial Books for Young Readers (New York:), PUBLISHED: c1993.)Professional Recommendation/Review #2: Publishers Weekly (Publishers Weekly) Waldherr, illustrator of Amy Ehrlichs Rapunzel and Robert San Soucis The Firebird , here transplants a Greek myth to a dreamy, Botticelli-like setting. Evoking a time ``when gods and goddesses still lived among humans, her romantic prose describes Persephones abduction by Pluto, ``lord of the underworld, and the heroic attempts of Persephones mother, the harvest goddess Demeter, to rescue her. Lush oil paintings, some full-page, others in miniature, conjure up tranquil, moonlit landscapes; an ethereal netherworld; blossoming forests. Persephone and Demeter, both gauzily gowned and given flowing, pre-Raphaelite tresses, and an ardent, black-haired Pluto stand out against a supporting cast of courtly specters. Haunting. Ages 4-8. (Sept.) (PUBLISHER: Dial Books for Young Readers (New York:), PUBLISHED: c1993.)Response to Two Professional Reviews: Both reviewers discuss the strong bond between mother and daughter. I can definitely relate to this as I have a similar strong bond with my own mother. The first reviewer talks about winter being a reflective time, a time when Demeter had to think about how she was going to get Persephone back. The language used in these reviews is flowery and full of imagery. Evaluation of Literary Elements: This book nicely ties in the use of color in the illustrations to follow the flow of what the actual story is about. Brighter, happier colors are used when Persephone is with her mother, Demeter. Darker, more sad colors are used when Persephone is in the underworld and Demeter is wallowing, missing her daughter. The illustrations also tie in with the text when the seasons are changing. We see the harvest and the bleak winter. Consideration of Instructional Application: I’m not sure I would read this book aloud or have a specific activity in mind with it. It is a good, interesting book to have on hand in a book basket for students to read. I think if a particular student has interest in Greek Mythology, then this book would be a good one to start them with.

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