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Greek Gods #squadgoals
Courtney Carbone

OMG Classics
Random House Books for Young Readers
November 2017
On Sale: November 7, 2017
128 pages
ISBN: 1524715646
EAN: 9781524715649
Kindle: B06WD2QDJT
Hardcover / e-Book
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Young Adult Fantasy | Childrens

OMG Classics, the greatest stories ever told…in texts.

Imagine: What if Mount Olympus got WiFi and the gods and goddesses had smartphones? The classic Greek myths get new life in irreverent and hilarious texts and posts!

Zeus, a king of the gods always in search of a new bae. A squad of goddesses who can’t resist stirring the pot. And the selfie-obsessed heroes out for all the likes.

If you have trouble telling Perseus from Theseus (#Greek2Me) or have ever wondered about Oedipus’s tragic dating profile or why Medusa’s Instagram never got traction—this satirical book of Greek myths retold for the Internet age is for you!

tl;dr D’Aulaires’ and Homer’s Greek myths told through characters texting with emojis, posting photos, checking in at locations, and updating their relationship statuses. The perfect gift for any reader—young or old—with a sense of humor!

A glossary and cast of characters are included for those who need it. For example: tl;dr means too long; didn’t read.

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