Little gods, big personalities! This series follows little versions of the Greek gods who are at a camp to learn how to control their powers and use them properly--as well as learn to get along with one another.
The next book in this series follows Athena as the Little Olympians prepare for their own Olympic Games! All the other gods brag about what competitions they'll win because of their powers--Artemis and Apollo will surely win any bow-and-arrow practice, Ares will win any strength competition, and Hermes will win any footrace--but in what event can Athena possibly take the gold? Sure she's wise, but she can't match their godly powers . . . or can she?
As the games begin, Athena has to find unconventional ways to stay in the competition. Will she be able to use strategy and cunning to win the Olympics and show that knowledge is the ultimate power?
About the Author
A.I. Newton is the author of the Alien Next Door series and he has always been fascinated by the classic tales of the Greek gods. The Little Olympians series gives him a chance to imagine what these powerful beings were like when they were kids, just like you-except, of course, for the incredible powers!
Anjan Sarkar graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University with a degree in illustration. After that, he worked as an illustrator and graphic designer before becoming a freelancer, where he gets to work on all sorts of different projects for people of all ages, like this series and the Alien Next Door! He lives in Sheffield, UK. Find out more about Anjan at anjansarkar.co.uk.