Zeus Tames His Temper

Zeus Tames His Temper

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Two modern-day children. A pair of old shoes. And a time-traveling adventure.

Join Taki and Toula as they're launched back to the days of Ancient Greece. In this adventure Taki and Toula arrive at Mount Olympus. Zeus is having an argument with his brothers, Hades and Poseidon, over who should be the ruler of the gods. Zeus wants to win so badly he's willing to bully his brothers.

It turns out Zeus has a terrible temper.

How will Taki and Toula help Zeus tame his temper and become the ruler of Olympus fairly?

Laugh along as Taki and Toula create history. Greek mythology has never been this much fun!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 36 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 2mm | 82g
  • English
  • 12 Illustrations
  • 1925557499
  • 9781925557497
  • 1,721,877

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Reviewed By Marie-Hélène Fasquel for Readers' Favorite - 5 stars!

Zeus Tames His Temper: Taki & Toula Time Travelers - Book 3 by Elena Paige is part of a series of early readers for children from 4 to 9 years old. It is a delightful educational children's story, but also a very entertaining adventure set in the time of the Greek gods. This book is perfect for children who enjoy fairy tales and mythology. It is indeed both a homage to the Seven-League boots European fairy tale and to Greek mythology. It is first and foremost the adventure of two young children, Toula and her brother, Taki, but it is also a lesson in mythology. The author goes so far as adding fun facts to her story, which makes it even more enjoyable! The illustrations are very powerful in a genuine and relatable way.

Zeus Tames His Temper: Taki & Toula Time Travelers - Book 3 by Elena Paige is a children's book I particularly enjoyed for it encompasses two different stories. It's a fairy tale with two very lively, likable and adventurous kids who could be any of our children, and who want to learn about the Greek gods and actually help them. It is also a mythology story which teaches them lessons in ethics as well as the power of benevolence, love and caring for others, instead of rejecting them because of their bad temper (for instance). This book is a gem which any parent will be happy to have their children read in order to grow personally and intellectually. That is why I highly recommend it! To top it all, Elena Paige thanks children and gives them a free copy (link included in the eBook) of Lolli and the Great Science Experiment, a Meditation Adventure, which I am sure they will appreciate.
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