Hercules had a reputation for great strength, but this strength landed him in trouble. In a fit of anger, he killed his wife and sons. For his punishment, he had to perform the famous Twelve Labors. Though these Labors were very dangerous, Hercules accomplished all of them.
- Publisher: Mitchell Lane
- Series: Profiles in Greek and Roman Mythology
- Year Published: 2007
- Age Level: 8-13
- Category: Miscellaneous