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Artemis the Loyal (Goddess Girls) Paperback – December 6, 2011
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About the Author
Suzanne Williams is the award-winning author of over 30 books for young readers, including Library Lil, Mommy Doesn't Know My Name, My Dog Never Says Please, and the Princess Power and Fairy Blossoms series. Her husband says she's the Goddess of Annoying Questions. (Most having to do with why her computer misbehaves.) That makes her kind of like Pandora, except that Pandora never had to deal with computers. Suzanne lives near Seattle in Washington State. Visit her at suzanne-williams.com
Top Customer Reviews
Anyway, the authors are really creative to think of a great Idea I wish I made up. They have very creative spells (The goddesses use) I also like the spins on the myths that seemed to make the myth I've known as two minutes into a 271 paged book.
Other kids would enjoy this book because it is full of suspense and makes you want to keep turning the pages and read more. There is fun around every corner; you feel you are actually in the book with Artemis going through all the amazing stuff that she encountered!
Apollo, Artemis' twin brother, had entered the Python-O-Thon contest at the Annual Olympics Games. The Python-O-Thon was a new contest in the Olympics in which the competitors had to answer two tricky riddles posed by the biggest and trickiest serpent, the Parnassus Python. Artemis wanted to help her brother win the contest so she snuck into the gymnasium to find out what the Python's weakness was. When she sneezed, she awakened the Python which then hypnotized her and made her confess what her brother's weakness was instead! The next day, Apollo won the contest against the Python even though the Python knew what Apollo's weakness was. Apollo had prepared for the contest diligently and outdid the Python with his wits. His prize was a temple in his honor!Read more ›
Artemis wants to help her twin Apollo as much as possible. She feels that it is her place to stand up for him. However, he doesn’t like her doing everything for him because he thinks it makes him look weak in front of their classmates.
A lot goes on within the pages of this book. The main topic is the Olympic Games that are boy only. It does allow for competition from other schools though. All of the boys at MOA train for these games and they end up getting offended when the girls want to take part in them as well. However, Zues won’t allow that to happen there is still the fact that the boys don’t think that the girls deserve to be treated equally.
There are some new characters introduced, some new friendships made and some errors made. I do think though that it was nicely written. I always enjoy reading these books because they help to teach the reader a lesson. As the title suggests the lesson in this particular book is about loyalty. If you are wanting to know more you will need to read the book, it is worth the time.
These books are perfect for children interested in Greek Mythology. They are perfect for children that just want to read a nice story. They are very well written, well thought out and they conclude nicely. They don’t they any loose ends or questions that make you have to read the books in any particular order. I look forward to reading the next book in the series soon.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A great preteen book. My daughter loves them and rereads them all the timePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
It is a very interesting book for young girls interested in Greek mythology.Published 13 months ago by Siya
Great story line. It's as incredible as all the other goddess girl books. I just can't wait to read more:)
The Book is Awsome because it jammed packed with adventure and fun. I Love this book so much I read it 9 timesPublished 17 months ago by Jennifer Kang
If you like books, then you will like these! They are full of adventure, and describes Greek mythology perfectly. I would definately recommend this series!!! Read morePublished 17 months ago by dvanderwall