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Aphrodite the Beauty (Goddess Girls) (edition 2010)

by Joan Holub, Suzanne Williams

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Title:Aphrodite the Beauty (Goddess Girls)
Authors:Joan Holub
Other authors:Suzanne Williams
Info:Aladdin (2010), Edition: Original, Paperback, 176 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:mythology, Aphrodite, fantasy, school life, chapter book, romance, friendship, Goddess, Gods, power, age 11+

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A cute addition to the series. It's nice to see the girls reacting to teenage drama in a realistic fashion (their emotions being realistic, not their powers). I enjoyed this. ( )
  benuathanasia | Mar 24, 2017 |
Aphrodite is a goddess of love she is jelouse when herBff Athena gets a makeover ( )
  epicstudy | Dec 9, 2013 |
Aphrodite is a student at the Mount Olympus Academy. She is the goddess of love and is very good at her job. After a class discussion about marriage, Aphrodite decides to give her friend Athena, goddess of Wisdom, a makeover and it is a success! Every Godboy fell for Athena, just as Aphrodite planned. However, when Ares, god of war, and Aphrodite’s crush notices Athena, Aphrodite feels jealous. Now, there is a rumor going around the school saying that she was dating Hephaestus, a scrawny Godboy with a limp! Can Aphrodite get out of the situation?!

This book provides a fun twist on the stories about the Greek Gods and Goddesses. This book can be an introduction to the Greek mythologies or a fun story to read after learning about them. With characters from the mythologies, readers will be able to relate this book and the real mythologies together. The read is relatively easy and fast paced. The cover illustration shows what Aphrodite, Ares, and Hephaestus look like and it is a mix between Disney’s Hercules and Bratz.

It’s a fun book for readers who love Greek mythology and school life. The readers will love Aphrodite and her friends and will want to read more about the other characters. ( )
  jinmoon | Nov 10, 2012 |
On this book #3 of the series Aphrodite discovers how just because someone is beautiful don't always mean they are nice.
She also discovers that she her self can be that way and fixes out how to deal with the problem she cause herself and her friends by being so vain ( )
  dbhutch | Jun 5, 2011 |
amazing ( )
  JayeGoodrich | Mar 13, 2011 |
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After giving Athena a makeover Aphrodite becomes jealous of her friend, but she focuses on figuring out how to help a mortal win a race against Atalanta, which will result in either their marriage or his death.

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