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Pandora the Curious (Goddess Girls) Paperback – December 4, 2012
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About the Author
Suzanne Williams is the author of over fifty books for children, including the Goddess Girls series, the Heroes in Training series, and the award-winning picture book Library Lil (illustrated by Steven Kellogg). She lives outside Seattle, Washington, and is online at Suzanne-Williams.com.
Together, Joan and Suzanne write the Goddess Girls, Heroes in Training, and Grimmtastic Girls series.
Top Customer Reviews
I think kids and adults would like it because it is kind of a mystery. It is not just about Pandora, it is about God boys like Apollo or Poseidon too. My dad read it and he enjoyed it.
My favorite part was when she captured the bubbles because it was really exciting when she finally captured them. Usually I like the endings of books, so I loved this one. What is special about this book is that not most books are about Gods. I love those kind of books.
Review by Young Mensan Sofia H., age 8
Pandora opens a box...sounds familiar?
She is just curious...did you notice her bangs make questions marks?
From the box come beautiful colored bubbles.
As the bubbles "pop," the person that got "hit" gets the bubbles characteristic.
The only problem is that these bubbles carry trouble-making characteristics such as being a ditz, being vain, and being greedy.
Only one more bubble is left in the box...and Zeus, the principle at Mount Olympus Academy, has just announced a school-wide science fair.
What will happen if the last bubble escapes?
Can Pandora reverse the spell that has been cast upon her fellow students?
A cute, cute read that will leave you seeking to know more about Greek Mythology.
A main topic of this book is the titans, and how Epimethius brought The Mystery Box, or "Pandoras Box, with underlying tones of the titan war.
At the end of the book we learn that Zeus created the mystery box to help win the titan war, to "confuse and distract them." Notice how Hera and Demeter are Adults, while Zeus'es BROTHERS, whom he has rich rivalry with, are students and CHILDREN.
Poseidon was almost mocked and tormented by Zeus late book, which is minor solidification.
If there was a war brewing, a war so large with so much power behind it, one that would reach over all panthons such as the egyptian, norse, chinese indian and others that are mentioned over the series, and someone such as Zues and his allies wanted all the power, how would you get that to happen? To change their age to a mouldable one, put them in a school where their old sfories seep out into new tales. A school where Zues is all powerful.
With the mortals, other studebts must ASK ZEUS OR HIS OFFICIALS to even SEE THEM, OR INTERACT WITH THEM. As by noticing the clutter of empty bottles of Zues Juice, and among other things, we can already see that Zeus is putting himself into the minds of the masses through product placement... And in one of Athenas stories where she meets Hercules, Zeus has a main goal of making MORE TEMPLES FOR HIMSELF.
And probably the most defined piece of evidence is Zeus's relationship with Athena. Zeus makes her feel beloved, happy, special and cherished as he fawns her with nicknames of Theeny, an his Favorite Daughter, picking her to go to MOA in the first book.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My 10 yr. Old loves this series. She will read till I make her stop. Which is a problem I love having! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
In Pandora the curious the goddess girls go on YET another fantastic adventure full of mystery so I hope you will pick up this book and really really enjoy it-The ReaderPublished 16 months ago by oh my baby pie
I really love this book so much h t u for making it u a r e c ok lPublished on August 12, 2014 by Kindle Customer
My daughter and I love these books to read. These are great for lessons learned and actually have some Mythology in them to help link them to their stories. Read morePublished on June 28, 2014 by EchelonGirl7