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Have a Hot Time, Hades! by Kate McMullan
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Have a Hot Time, Hades!

by Kate McMullan

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This was a cute take on Greek myths. Hades gets a book with the current version of all the greek myths in it and finds that Zues' myth-o-mania (lying) has gotten totally out of control. No one knows the real story of how the gods beat the titans. This is Hades version of events regarding the beatin of the titans. It's extremely funny and there is definitely some education of language development and vocabulary snuck in here. Not sure if I will be reading the rest yet. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
This was a cute take on Greek myths. Hades gets a book with the current version of all the greek myths in it and finds that Zues' myth-o-mania (lying) has gotten totally out of control. No one knows the real story of how the gods beat the titans. This is Hades version of events regarding the beatin of the titans. It's extremely funny and there is definitely some education of language development and vocabulary snuck in here. Not sure if I will be reading the rest yet. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
This was a cute take on Greek myths. Hades gets a book with the current version of all the greek myths in it and finds that Zues' myth-o-mania (lying) has gotten totally out of control. No one knows the real story of how the gods beat the titans. This is Hades version of events regarding the beatin of the titans. It's extremely funny and there is definitely some education of language development and vocabulary snuck in here. Not sure if I will be reading the rest yet. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
This was a cute take on Greek myths. Hades gets a book with the current version of all the greek myths in it and finds that Zues' myth-o-mania (lying) has gotten totally out of control. No one knows the real story of how the gods beat the titans. This is Hades version of events regarding the beatin of the titans. It's extremely funny and there is definitely some education of language development and vocabulary snuck in here. Not sure if I will be reading the rest yet. ( )
  Rosa.Mill | Nov 21, 2015 |
Have a hot time, Hades is about Hades nararrating about the greek gods. One day Hades read a book about the greek gods. He was mad about how it was a fib. It says about how Zeus is so great and he was mad. So he wrote a book about the start of The Greek Gods. He talks about how Gods got the Mount Olympus. And also how they end up getting their powers.

You should read this book. It is a funny action book. You yill learn more about the Greek Gods. I like this book because Hades is nararrating it and its also funny. McMullan, Kate made a series of book about other myths. Im addicted to Greek Gods books. Like I said you should read this book.
  aldrichp.b3 | Jan 9, 2014 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0786816643, Paperback)

Think you know the real story behind the Greek myths? Think again. Most people only know what Zeus wants them to. But the truth is, Zeus is a total myth-o-maniac. Hades, King of the Underworld, is here to set the record straight on how he ended up as Ruler of the Underworld and Zeus became King of the Gods.

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Hades, king of the underworld, reveals the true story behind the myths. When he and his siblings were born, their father Cronus swallowed them whole because of a prophecy that said one of his children would be mightier than he. Can Hades and his brothers and sisters overthrow their big, bad dad?… (more)

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