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Myths & Legends

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Ahoy, seeker of knowledge, a realm of wonder awaits you.

Our Myths and Legends Subscription beckons you to journey into a world of human imagination, where tales of valour and wonder weave intricate tapestries.

Each month, receive captivating stories right to your door. 

Subscribe today, and get ready to unlock the secrets of ancient legends!

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March's letter is

Eostre, the goddess of spring in Germanic mythology, embodies the vibrant renewal and fertility characterising the season.

Eostre's name is believed to have inspired the modern Easter, a time synonymous with rebirth and new beginnings. She presides over the awakening earth, heralding the return of warmth, light, and life after the dormancy of winter. She reminds us of the cyclical nature of existence and the perpetual cycle of birth, growth, and renewal. Eostre's mythology enriches our understanding of the deep connection between humanity and the natural world, celebrating the eternal rhythms of the Earth's seasons.

Posting from March 1st

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What is included in the subscription?

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1. One beautiful double-sided A4 fact file

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2. One collectable card

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3. Access to a digital lesson plan. Develop critical thinking skills. Analyse the evidence and access its reliability. 

What say you,
dear seeker of truth?

Lesson plan: Research the facts, investigate sightings and learn from science - write down your findings. Do you favour science, or does the allure of a fantastical world appeal? 

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Previous Months...



Each month will focus on one of the topics below. 

Mythical Beasts

Legendary Heroes

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Mythical beasts are fantastical creatures often found in legends, folklore, and mythology from various cultures. Usually, there is a blend of imagination and symbolism.

Legendary heroes are iconic figures known for their exceptional bravery and strength. They undertake extraordinary quests and challenges to protect their people or attain greatness.

A folktale is a traditional narrative, often passed down orally, that incorporates the cultural values, beliefs, and wisdom of a particular community.

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Origin Myths

Gods and Goddesses

An origin myth is a story that explains the creation of the Earth, the beginning of humanity or the fundamentals of a culture, often having divine elements. 

Gods and goddesses are revered figures in myths and religions around the world. These divine beings, with exceptional power and human qualities, are often part of tales that explain creation or the origins of humanity. 

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