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About Joan Holub
* MIGHTY DADS, a picture book illus by James Dean
* LITTLE RED WRITING, a picture book, 3 starred reviews + 4 notable lists
* GODDESS GIRLS series - a middle school spin on Greek Mythology, co-author Suzanne Williams
* THIS LITTLE TRAILBLAZER; THIS LITTLE ARTIST; THIS LITTLE SCIENTIST; THIS LITTLE PRESIDENT and more -- a fun nonfiction board book series
* ZERO THE HERO - a picture book illus by NY Times bestselling Tom Lichtenheld
* LITTLE GODDESS GIRLS series (#1 Athena and the Magic Land, ages 5-7)
* THUNDER GIRLS a middle school spin on Norse mythology (#1 Freya and the Magic Jewel)
* BALLET STARS
* WHO WAS BABE RUTH? / WHAT IS THE STATUE OF LIBERTY?
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AS PERSEPHONE'S MOTHER ENCOURAGES HER to do,
she often "goes along to get along" instead of doing what she really
wants. But when she meets Mount Olympus Academy bad-boy Hades, she
finally feels she has found someone with whom she can be herself. He's
the first person who actually listens to her, and she finds
herself liking him, despite the fact that the other goddessgirls think
he's bad news. But if he makes her feel so special -- and she's so comfortable hanging around him
-- can he really be all that bad?
Authors Joan Holub and Suzanne
Williams put a modern spin on classic myths with the Goddess Girls
series. Follow the ins and outs of divine social life at Mount Olympus
Academy, where the most privileged godboys and goddessgirls in the Greek
pantheon hone their mythical skills.
Step 2 Readers use basic vocabulary and short sentences to tell simple stories. For children who recognize familiar words and can sound out new words with help.
After their first harvest in 1621, the Pilgrims at Plymouth shared a three-day feast with their Native American neighbors. Of course, the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag didn’t know it at the time, but they were making history, celebrating what would become a national holiday.
Zero. Zip. Zilch. Nada. That's what all the other numbers think of Zero. He doesn't add anything in addition. He's of no use in division. And don't even ask what he does in multiplication. (Hint: Poof!) But Zero knows he's worth a lot, and when the other numbers get into trouble, he swoops in to prove that his talents are innumerable.
Amphitrite is a mergirl with a big crush on Poseidon—but will his quirks make her fall out of like?
Being the goddess of night is not as easy as it seems-after all, Nyx is in the constant shadow of Eos, Goddess of Light. When Nyx has the chance to go to MOA as an Unsung Hero, she thinks she can finally shine in her own way. But Principal Zeus is so scared of the darkness Nyx brings, he still sleeps with a nightlight! And her arrival seems to bring on more nightmares than sweet dreams. Can Nyx convince everyone that a little darkness is a good thing?
In Aphrodite the Beauty, Aphrodite, goddessgirl of love, must deal with jealousy after giving Athena a makeover. It doesn’t seem fair that the godboys pay more attention to her friend when Aphrodite is supposed to be destined for love! She also copes with a crush from an unlikely source—the nerdy Hephaestus (god of the smith)—and learns that love comes in many forms.
always feels brave. Will she find the courage to talk to Orion (the new
mortal "star" at school), to make him see her as more than a pal, and to
ace Beast-ology class?
The Goddess Girls series by Joan Holub and Suzanne Williams puts a
modern spin on classic Greek myths! Follow the ins and outs of divine
social life at Mount Olympus Academy where the most privileged godboys
and goddessgirls in the Greek pantheon hone their mythical skills.