"The name Wacah Chan means 'erect serpent', and it describes the bright,straight line of the Milky Way as it emerged from the horizon at certain times of the year"
I love fairytales and mythology and this little offering, as the title suggests, shines a little light on intriguing myths from around the world. The book is somewhat like crib notes for the world's mythical beasties. Is Global Warming, aptly described by Ragnarok?
Actually, the norse gods are particularly entertaining, take Odin swapping an eye for a drink.
There's even a Wiley Coyote courtesy of the ancient American Indian tribe of the Lakota. If only there was a little more detail provided on some of these engaging tales.
3 out of 5 creation stories feature feuding parents.