The One Eyed Giant Theme

The One Eyed Giant Theme
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The One-Eyed Giant by Mary Pope Osborne

Lesson Plans by Ashley Trudeau

The One-Eyed Giant is the first book in the Tales from the Odyssey series by Mary Pope Osborne that retells the thrilling stories from Homer’s Odyssey for kids. The book is a perfect read-aloud for elementary students and will foster an interest in Greek mythology.




One-Eyed Giant, The

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The One Eyed Giant Theme

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  • HOSPITALITY
  • EXAMPLE 1
  • "Fool! Who are you to tell me to please Zeus? I am a son of Poseidon, god of the seas! I am not afraid of Zeus!
  • EXAMPLE 2
  • "’We are not pirates,’ he said. ‘We are Greeks blown off course by storm winds. Will you offer us the gift of hospitality like a good host? If you so, mighty Zeus, king of the gods, will be pleased.’”
  • "In the following weeks, while his men enjoyed the luxurious palace life, Odysseus told the wind god the story of the long war between the Greeks and the Trojans.
  • "The wind God is a friend to Zeus," said Odysseus. "I believe he will honor the gods' command that strangers must always be greeted with kindness." "Aeolus welcomed them warmly."
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