This is a lovely little book, offering cute and funky but respectful interpretations of the Hindu pantheon, in a art style quite similar to that of Samurai Jack. In the accompanying descriptions the raunchier aspects of the myths aren't ignored, but are couched in terms unlikely to attract the notice of children. The edition I have bought - by the time you read this there may well have been others, given how good a book this is - has a flaw, in that the binding is not strong enough to withstand the interest of a young child, and it's falling apart after only a couple of weeks. I'm probably going to have to apply a heavy duty stapler to it soon. Also, these bright, attractive pictures would benefit enormously from glossy paper, to really let them shine.