This fun giveaway is Sponsored by National Geographic Kids and Hosted by Mom Does Reviews
If your kids love to read exciting adventure books, don’t miss Zeus the Mighty! It’s a fun and thrilling tale with all of your favorite pets!
About Zeus the Mighty: The Quest for the Golden Fleas
Zeus the Mighty: The Quest for the Golden Fleas by Crispin Boyer (ages 8-12, hardcover, $12.99) introduces readers to the Mount Olympus Pet Center in Athens … (Georgia!), where Zeus the Mighty (hamster!) rules over a crew of cute critters, all named after (and believing themselves to be) Greek gods and goddesses. By day, Zeus — a tiny, overconfident hamster with a mighty appetite for power — and his gaggle of gods run on their exercise wheels and take catnaps. But at night these fearless furry friends bravely take on legendary mythological quests! In the series’ first thrilling adventure, Zeus the Mighty has one giant task in front of him: to find the “golden fleas” so he can solidify his position as “king of the gods.”
Get ready to laugh, cheer, and learn with this adorable and quirky cast of characters in their unforgettable first adventure — a reimagining of the tale of the Golden Fleece.
Watch the fantastic book trailer:
More Zeus fun!
- Meet the characters, play games, read an excerpt and learn more about Greek artifacts at ZeusTheMighty.com. You can even take the personality quiz to see which Zeus character you are most like!
- Also, check out the podcast Greeking Out available here.
Who can resist Zeus?
He’s so cute and soft and his story is so much fun! Which one of his friends is your favorite?
ENTER TO WIN!
One lucky reader will win the
Zeus the Mighty Prize Pack!
The prize pack includes a hardcover copy of Zeus the Mighty, a Zeus plush, a Golden Fleece screen duster, and a Zeus crown.
The giveaway is open to US only, ages 18+
The Giveaway ends 12/26 at 1159p est
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