Book Spotlight: Goddess Girls, Book 11: Persephone the Daring
The Children’s Book Review
Goddess Girls, Book 11: Persephone the Daring
Written by Suzanne Williams and Joan Holub
Ages: 8-12 | 256 Pages
About the Book
After being named “most dependable” in a poll about Mount Olympus Academy students, Persephone is not pleased. Dependable equals boring in her opinion, and she certainly doesn’t want to be known as that! During a friendly game of truth or dare, Persephone is given a dare that will land her on stage with Orpheus–a mortal rock god, who can charm pretty much anything, including animals and trees–with his dreamy looks and even dreamier voice. But what starts out as a fun dare soon has MOA in an uproar as Orpheus convinces Persephone to break some Underworld rules to rescue his crush, the flighty Eurydice, from the Underworld. Will restoring Orpheus’s one true love jeopardize Persephone’s chances with her own biggest crush?
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About the Authors
Joan Holub is the author of over 130 children’s books, including Little Red Writing and Zero the Hero.
Suzanne Williams is a former librarian and the author of the Princess Power series, Library Lil, and other books for children.
Together they write the Goddess Girls series and the Heroes in Training series for Simon and Schuster.