Odd Gods: The Oddlympics

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The Odd Gods and the Oddlympics is a good book. It is part of a very good series. Odd gods are fiction. The Oddlympics is good to read for fun; though, it can be read at any time. Easy to read, Odd Gods and the Oddlympics is good for five-year-old people and up. It is about people based on the Greek gods and there is a whole other group called the odd gods. The main character is named Oddonis. His best friend is named Gaseous. His brother Adonis, the god, thinks because he is a god that he is superior to Oddonis. His dad Zeus is provoked into betting their home. Jupiter the Roman great god and Zeus chose for the Greeks and Romans to play against each other in athletic events. But the kids do not want to play. Instead, they and the adults chose to play with each other. I like how the author makes the book feel so real. I also love the characters because they are interesting. I really like the pictures. I like them because they are so detailed. I think libraries and families should buy this book.

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Author David Slavin
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 240 pages
Publisher HarperCollins
Publish Date 2020-Oct-20
ISBN 9780062839572
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Issue January 2021
Category Children's


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