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{Good Job, Athena!: Joan Holub}Good Job, Athena! by Joan Holub
Series: Mini Myths
Published by Harry N. Abrams on March 8, 2016
Genres: Childrens, Greek Mythology
Pages: 24
Format: Hardcover
Source: Read for Review
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{Synopsis} – After Athena ties Arachne’s shoes for her, Arachne takes the credit for Athena’s hard work. But when their friends ask Arachne to teach them how to tie their shoes, Arachne must admit the truth. So Athena comes to the rescue and teaches everybody this important skill. All is forgiven, and the girls are friends again. Conceived and crafted by Greek-mythology expert Joan Holub and illustrated by the bestselling Leslie Patricelli, this book also includes a summary of the original Arachne myth.

{My thoughts} – I really enjoy these mini myth books.They let you share complicated life lessons with your small children in a very simple way. It is brightly colored and eye appealing. It also has easy to turn pages for small hands. At the end of each book is an explanation of the myth in a much more explanatory fashion.

In this particular book Athena teaches others how to make bows. She is helpful and she doesn’t have a problem teaching others the things that she knows. This helps to make Athena extremely well liked by many.

I look forward to sharing this book with my children over and over again.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.