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What To Read After Rick Riordan

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by Stacy Parish (Children’s Department) and Liz Arrambide (Children’s Department)

“I love Rick Riordan’s (pronounced RYER-den, rhymes with FIREmen, sort of) books! I have read his Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, his Heroes of Olympus series, and his Kane Chronicles series. What other juvenile fiction books based on Greek, Roman and/or Norse Mythology are available?”

Well, we are just so very thrilled that you asked! Below is a suggested reading list compiled by the beautiful minds in the Children’s Department of the Main Branch of WCPL. You can also find some great recommendations at Amazon.com, and straight from the (Trojan) horse’s mouth at Rick Riordan’s website and blog at http://www.rickriordan.com.


Underworlds series by Tony Abbott (Greek)


Loki’s Wolves by Kelley Armstrong (Norse) AR level 4.4.


Frostborn series by Lou Anders (Norse)


The King of Ithaka by Tracy Barrett (Greek)


Juliet Dove, Queen of Love by Bruce Coville (Greek) AR level 5.0.


The Mythic Misadventures series by Caroline Hennesy (Greek)


The Last Girls of Pompeii by Katheryn Lasky (Rome)


Goddess Girls series by Joan Holub (Greek) AR level 4.5-5.5


The Roman Mysteries series by Caroline Lawrence (Rome)


The 13th Sign by Kristin O’Donnell Tubb (Greek)


 

Time Warp Trio series by Jon Scieszka (Various eras/locations) AR 3.5-4.0.

                                      

                                                               

 

 

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