Synopses & Reviews
andlt;bandgt;Modern drama merges with ancient myths when Goddess Girl Persephone crushes on a boy her friends donand#8217;t care for. andlt;/bandgt;andlt;BRandgt;andlt;BRandgt;Persephone usually goes along with whatever everyone else wants instead of doing what makes her happy So when she meets Mount Olympus Academy bad-boy Hades, she finally feels like she has found someone with whom she can be herself. But her mom (Ceres) and her friends donand#8217;t exactly approve. If Hades can make her feel so special, is he really that bad, or just misunderstood?
On top of Mount Olympus, the authors intertwine an enchanting mythological world with middle-school woes compounded by life as a deity or blessed mortal. The books should be popular with fans of girly, light fantasy. -- School Library Journal
In Persephone the Phony, Persephone develops a crush on bad-boy Hades. Her mom (Ceres) and friends dont approve, and Persephone finds herself sneaking around to see him. Hades convinces her to tell the truth, and its revealed that he isnt all that bad, just misunderstood!
About the Author
Joan Holub is the author of more than 130 books for young readers, including the Goddess Girls series, the Heroes in Training series,andnbsp;andlt;iandgt;Zero the Heroandlt;/iandgt;, andlt;iandgt;Vincent van Gogh Sunflowers and Swirly Starsandlt;/iandgt;, and andlt;iandgt;Shampoodleandlt;/iandgt;. She lives in North Carolina. Visit her at JoanHolub.com.Suzanne Williams is the author of more than thirty-five books for young readers, including the Goddess Girls series, the Heroes in Training series, andlt;iandgt;Library Lilandlt;/iandgt;, andlt;iandgt;Ten Naughty Little Monkeysandlt;/iandgt;,andlt;iandgt; andlt;/iandgt;and the Fairy Blossoms and Princess Power series. She lives near Seattle in Washington State. Visit her at Suzanne-Williams.com.