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He flew out of the castle, never to return. q8q 4 ´ 5 ™ An Amazing Battle The Story of Theseus and the Minotaur 15 Greek Myth Mini-Books © Danielle Blood, Scholastic Teaching Resources q1q King Aegeus protested at first, not wanting to risk his son’s life. But finally he gave in and made Theseus promise one thing. On your trip home, replace the black sails with white sails as a sign that you are returning safely. q3q Every nine years, the cruel King Minos of Crete demanded that King Aegeus of Athens send him seven young men and seven young maidens.
Since the guard had a son about the same age as Icarus, he took pity on them and left some candles behind. Dad, it’s so dark in here. I’m scared. Please have mercy and leave us a few candles. What are we going to do, Father? Don’t you know the way out of here? No, son, not even I know the way out. And even if we did find our way by luck, Minos would put us right back where we started. q3q The famous inventor Daedalus spent many years working for King Minos. In fact, it was Daedalus who designed the maze of bushes where the Minotaur was kept.
Recognizing the young boy as his son, Apollo removed his glowing crown so that Phaethon could look directly at him. At last you’ve decided to pay your old pop a visit. Come closer, Phaethon, so I can see how you’ve grown. You really are my father! q6q 15 Greek Myth Mini-Books © Danielle Blood, Scholastic Teaching Resources Please, Son, not that! You won’t live to tell about it. I am the only one who can control those horses. Even Zeus himself could not do it. But you said I could have whatever I wanted, and driving your chariot is the only thing I want.
15 Greek Myth Mini-Books: Reproducible Comic Book-Style Retellings That Introduce Kids to These Riveting Classic Stories-and Motivate All Readers by Danielle Blood