When searching Keene-Link use these subject headings:


     See also specific national or ethnic group, e.g. Celtic mythology.

When browsing Keene Public Library Shelves use these Dewey numbers:

 201 Religious mythology (formerly 291)

 Folk literature

 Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Atlases, & Specific Subject References:

Hoena, Blake. Everything Mythology. National Geographic, c2014.

 General Titles:

Hamilton, Virginia. In the Beginning: Creation Stories From Around the World. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, c1988.

January, Brendan. The New York Public Library Amazing Mythology: A Book of Answers for Kids. John Wiley, c2000.

Monaghan, Patricia. The new book of goddesses & heroines.Llewellyn Publications, c1997.

Steig, Jeanne. A Gift From Zeus: Sixteen Favorite Myths. Joanna Cotler Books, c2001.

 Recommended Web Resources:

 Bullfinch's Mythology -Classical collection of myths.

 Encyclopedia Mythica -Encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and religion.

 Mything Links -Creation myths and sacred narratives of creation.

 Mythology -"Find out about the gods and goddesses of different cultures around the world, and the works of art people have created to give them expression."

 Myths & Legends -"Aside from the General section, these links are organized by religion and language group, with those groups which produced written accounts of their myths and legends earlier, generally appearing closer to the beginning."

 Mythweb -This site is devoted to the heroes, gods, and monsters of Greek mythology.