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After pulling a magical thunderbolt from a the Thunderbolt eBook #9734 stone ten year old Zeus goes on the adventure of a lifetime in this thrilling start to a brand new series The terrible Titans merciless giants who enjoy snacking on humans have dominated the earth and put the world into chaos But their rule is about to be put to the test as a group of young Olympians discover their powers and prepar. This is an different take on Greek mythology It introduces a Zeus that doesn't know he's an Olympian Through sheer accident and luck he embarks on a uest As he proceeds on his uest he discovers some of the powers that he has It's an OK story but Zeus doesn't really move the plot so he isn't really an interesting character

Review Zeus and the Thunderbolt of Doom Heroes in Training #1

Zeus and the Thunderbolt of Doom Heroes in Training #1E to righteously rule the universe      Ten year old Zeus is mystified and super annoyed by the fact that Zeus and ePUB #199 he keeps getting hit by lightening Every Single Year He also longs for adventure as he has never been far from the cave where he grew up      Zeus gets his wish and a lot than he bargained for when he is kidnapped by dangerous giant Titans In self defense Zeus grabs the f. My son and I read and reviewed this book for Here's what we thinkSON SAYSWhat I liked and disliked about it I really liked the story because it was a good adventure The Harpies were cool but also scary At first I thought they would take Zeus somewhere bad but they actually saved him That was niceIt was funny how Zeus had a pet thunderbolt that was stuck to his hand I wish I had a pet thunderbolt I would pet it like a kitty cat insert Mom rolling her eyes and saying Focus focus son It was cute how the goat and bee looked after Zeus and it was different because usually people take care of animals but here the animals take care of the personIt was funny how Pythia the Oracle kept pronouncing things wrong and saying the wrong words because her glasses were foggy; like saying “underwear” instead of “underworld” and saying “greasy” instead of “easy” and “Goose” instead of “Zeus” The tiny rock was cute because it had a tiny voice that used Chip Latin – that was funnyI liked the pictures in the book One of them was kind of scary – the one of the Harpies carrying Zeus That would be scary in real life because I’d be scared that they would drop me from so high upI didn’t like that there were people in Cronus’ tummy – it was bad and I was glad that they got rescued But it was a yucky way to get outMy bottom line I really really liked this book and I can’t wait to read the next book I would recommend it to boys and girls 9 years and underMOM SAYSWhat I liked and disliked The writing team of Joan Holub and Suzanne Williams did not disappoint – this book was fantastic The entertaining story and whimsical writing style of the duo left us laughing out loud at some points on the edge of our seats for others and cheering for the heroes at the end This book has it all a likable and courageous hero in Zeus comic relief provided by Pythia the Oracle uirky elements such as a goat and a bee helping the nymphs raise a baby Zeus nasty villains in the terrible King Cronus and his Cronies and a riveting plot line based in Greek mythologyThe characters are not original but it was fun to read about Zeus’ history prior to becoming the King of the Gods Much of Zeus’ early days is usually referenced in passing only or glossed over entirely in the myths of ancient Greece This story gives us a comedic and enthralling peek into the thoughts and life of a young Zeus as well as introducing us to a young Poseidon Hades Hera Demeter and Hestia Their depiction as youths was very entertainingThe black and white illustrations in the book were really good There was one picture per chapter depicting the major action taking place in the chapter That felt just right The word density in this 1oo page book was relatively low for a chapter book which made it easy to read aloud to my children It only took three days about 2o minutes each reading session to read the book It really was non stop action from start to finish – no attention span issues in my kids with this oneWhile this did not personally bother me it may be worth mentioning that there are elements of “gross” in the book As mentioned above by my son the way the prisoners in King Cronus’ stomach escape is rather gross I’ll just let you use your imagination for how they got out lol It was not an issue for me nor did it particularly faze my kids – they just said “Ewwww Gross”My bottom line This book was so much fun to read to my kids All three of us were glued to our seats with this story I would highly re

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Zeus and the Thunderbolt of Doom Heroes in Training #1 Download ß 2 ✓ [Ebook] ➤ Zeus and the Thunderbolt of Doom Heroes in Training #1 By Joan Holub – Gwairsoft.co.uk After pulling a magical thunderbolt from a stone ten year old Zeus goes on the adventure of a lifetime in this thrilling start to a bIrst thing he sees an actual thunderbolt he pulls from a stone that is covered in mysterious markings Zeus is the only one who can decipher the markings and sets off on a uest to rescue his fellow and the Thunderbolt Epub #219 Olympians from the evil Cronus Armed with his trusty thunderbolt named Bolt of course Zeus is on an adventure of a lifetime and a journey to fulfill his destiny as King of the Go. I read this for MCBA and I definitely think that it is targeted towards younger kids The plot had very little depth and I found myself uestioning the story I would've read this when I was 8 so I don't recommend it to anyone else in 6th grade