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What the community says about Athena the Proud
- "Based on one of the more well known goddesses of Greek lore, this book revolves around the exploits of Athena as a teenage girl, trying to fix up a labyrinth for King Minos, although things don't exactly go to plan... A good choice for that adolescent girl looking for something new to read.""This is in fact a book regarding the goddess girl series so the solution is very much correct. As far as "best goes" I am not sure if it covers the "best" topic very well because I don't have a lot of knowledge regarding the series. Regardless it has good reviews and a good price."
- "Athena the Proud is one of the all time greatest mythology books for middle school aged students. The book entertains young readers while also teaching about the Goddess and others of the time period. It might be one of my favorite books read in class this semester."
- "Cool book that includes mythology. 13th book in the Goddess Girl series, so you may want to check the other ones out prior. Anytime a series has that many books, it is usually worth reading, so thats all Im going to say about that. Go check out the series, youll be doing yourself a favor!"
- "We're looking for a book that is aimed at young adults and is about Greek mythology. This fits the bill in that it includes Greek mythological people but it is a very silly story aimed at much younger children and will likely bore YA readers."