By Lin & Don Donn:  Case Files from The Hercules Detective Agency

Thousands of years ago, the ancient Greeks told wonderful stories about their many gods, goddesses and magical beings. These stories are called myths. Each Greek god had one or more magical powers. The ancient Greeks believed their gods used their magical powers for good, for trickery, and for adventure.

Although the ancient Greek storytellers were quite inventive, and each told a myth in their own way, each god's personality and powers remained the same from story to story. That's because the ancient Greek people knew their gods well. So, no matter who was telling the story, Zeus was always king; Hera was always jealous; and so it went.

Welcome to the magical world of ancient Greek myths - some told thousands of years ago, and some written down only yesterday.

The Hercules Detective Agency Case File: How It All Started

The Hercules Detective Agency Case File: The Misunderstood Minotaur

The Hercules Detective Agency Case File: The Enchanted Well

The Hercules Detective Agency Case File: The Missing Olive Trees

The Hercules Detective Agency Case File: Kerberos on Strike

The Hercules Detective Agency Case File: The Very Inventive Rescue

The Hercules Detective Agency Case File: The Scaredly Fish

The Hercules Detective Agency Case File: The Tricked Bully

The Hercules Detective Agency Case File: The Stone Zoo

The Hercules Detective Agency Case File: The Reluctant Oracle

The Hercules Detective Agency Case File: Olympic Team Herc

The Hercules Detective Agency Case File: The Bad Barber

The Hercules Detective Agency Case File: The Talking Tools

The Hercules Detective Agency Case File: The Mad Machine

The Hercules Detective Agency Case File: The Constant Chatterbox

The Hercules Detective Agency Case File: The Voiceless Storyteller