The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan

May 15th, 2017 by

heroes-of-olympus-lost-hero-rick-riordanSubmitted by Grant, Age 10 from Connecticut

Rating: ★★★★½

The Lost Hero is a book about 3 halfbloods (people who have one parent as a God and one parent as a human) anyway Jason is the son of Zeus and has lost his memory, Piper is the daughter of Aphrodite and her dad is in a giants lair, and Leo is son of Hephaestus and has the power of fire instead of fixing stuff.

together these three have to go on a quest to save the world.

The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan

December 23rd, 2015 by

heroes-of-olympus-lost-hero-rick-riordanSubmitted by Trevor, Age 10 from Connecticut

Rating: ★★★★½

I liked how in the lost hero it uses the same characters as in the Percy Jackson books but adds Romans and more Greeks. I also like how Jason forgets his memory then goes to camp Half-Blood and surprises everyone with his gold coin. this book and the next book are my favorite books so far because I think that they are the most exciting and detailed.

The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan

November 23rd, 2015 by

heroes-of-olympus-lost-hero-rick-riordanSubmitted by anna, Age 10 from New York

Rating: ★★★★½

being a Percy Jackson fan I was pretty excited when the book came out, so I was really confused when there was no one named Percy in this book. at the end of the first chapter I realized why Percy wasn’t in it. my favorite charter would have to be Leo. he is soo funny. i’m not going to say anything else so I don’t spoil it!

The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan

December 22nd, 2014 by

heroes-of-olympus-lost-hero-rick-riordanSubmitted by Bryce, Age 10 from Michigan

Rating: ★★★★★

The Lost Hero is a good book for fifth and sixth graders. It has a lot of action and a lot of suspense. It is a great book for advanced readers.

The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan

December 12th, 2014 by

heroes-of-olympus-lost-hero-rick-riordanSubmitted by Jayson, Age 11 from Rhode Island

Rating: ★★★★★

The Lost Hero

Rick Riordan

Have you ever heard of a Demigod,half human half God? Well this book is action packed and filled with Demigods, greek and roman gods also mythology this book is awesome because theres fighting fantasy and great characters, to learn more READ THE BOOK!!!!!!!

by Jayson Z.

The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan

January 9th, 2014 by

heroes-of-olympus-lost-hero-rick-riordanSubmitted by Joshua, Age 10 from Rhode Island

Rating: ★★★★½

The book is called The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan. There are these demigods named Leo, Jayson, and Hazel and they are they are trying to find a kid named Percy, demigod of the sea to help him. I like the part when Leo finds a bronze dragon and tames it. I would recommend this book to whoever likes fantasy god books.

The Lost Hero (Heroes of Olympus #1): Book Review

August 28th, 2011 by

There’s a storm raging right now (literally, Hurricane Irene is currently pouring on NYC, where Karen and I live), so I decided to stay inside with The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan. Right when I finished the book, lightning flashed outside my window — maybe a sign of approval from Zeus?

Last fall, Karen wrote about The Heroes of Olympus, a new series by Rick Riordan that continues the adventures of the  Camp Half-Blood kids. In case you’re not familiar: Camp Half-Blood is a camp where demigods (children of Greek gods and mortals) hide out and learn to fight monsters. They have special powers. Need more information? Pick up the awesome Percy Jackson series.

So, back to business: I just finished the first book in the series, The Lost Hero, which was also pretty awesome. It’s told from three demigods’ perspectives: Jason, Leo, and Piper. All three of them have complicated pasts. Jason woke up with amnesia, Leo feels guilty over his mother’s death, and Piper’s just found out that her father disappeared. And they still have to find out which Greek god is one of their parents.

This is the part of the recommendation where I really don’t want to give out any spoilers, but I really want blab everything because it was so great. Here are a few more morsels: Jason speaks Latin. Leo can fix anything. And Piper can convince strangers to give her expensive cars. It’s a great continuation of the Percy Jackson and the Olympian series (I won’t even complain that Percy wasn’t in the book in person — uh oh, was that a spoiler?), and even if you haven’t read the PJTO books, I guarantee you’ll like it. I’ll just leave it at this: the last sentence of the book made me shout “OMG!!!” really loud (which scared my visiting family a bit). I can’t wait to read the next book in the series, The Son of Neptune.

And if you noticed that Neptune isn’t a Greek god, it’s a Roman god — well, that’s very clever of you and a big deal in the series. And if you didn’t notice… well, oops, spoiler. 😉

— Nancy

Nancy’s off to read the first chapter of The Son of Neptune many, many times until it’s released on October 4th!

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Kidsmomo Podcast #43: “Look Who’s Talking!”

March 8th, 2011 by

Karen says: You guys are gonna love our latest podcast, all about books with multiple viewpoints. And as a bonus, I tell some really fascinating stories about corn! I promise, you’ll be on the edge of your seat!

Nancy says: I think you’ll all really enjoy our latest podcast, all about books told in alternating perspectives. I’m just sorry that Karen talked about corn SO MUCH. Maybe you can fast forward through that part…

    Listen now:
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  • “Lost and found” — aka our mystery book revealed
  • Dumbledore tells all? We wish!
  • Our One Story, Multiple Narrators picks (Never Mind! and The View from Saturday)
  • Corn

Also, don’t forget: our new theme is books for series starring girls, in honor of Women’s History Month! So send us a review of your favorite series starring a girl, and check our picks for series starring girls.

— Karen and Nancy

Book Trailer: The Lost Hero

March 1st, 2011 by

This book trailer for The Lost Hero was originally the Mystery Book Theater video for our One Story, Multiple Narrators theme. For more on The Lost Hero, check out our “Look Who’s Talking!” podcast.

Usually field trips are a nice break from everyday school life. But what if you’re on a field trip — and you’re suddenly attacked by magical spirits? Then you’re transferred to a camp for the children of Greek gods… and guess what, you’re one of them! That’s how the story starts for three different but connected teens in Heroes of Olympus Book 1: The Lost Hero. Watch our video to meet them!

Happy Winter Solstice!

December 21st, 2010 by

Here in the Northern Hemisphere (where Kidsmomo makes its home), the winter solstice is today. That means that tonight, the North Pole will be tilted as far away from the sun as it possibly can go, and we’ll experience the shortest day and the longest night of the year. عايزه لعب عايزه لعب It’s also the official first day of winter.

Now, unlike pretty much EVERYONE ELSE I’ve ever met, I enjoy the winter more than the summer — and I even like the way it gets dark early. Feels cozier to me that way.

But I may have to change my mind, based on what I just read in The Heroes of Olympus Book 1: The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan. In the book, Chiron the centaur offers a much spookier description of today’s big event than anything I learned in science class:

“The winter solstice,” Chiron spoke up, “is also the time of greatest darkness. The gods gather that day, as mortals always have, because there is strength in numbers. The solstice is a day when evil magic is strong. لعبة الشيش Ancient magic, older than the gods. It is a day when things… stir.”

The way he said it, stirring sounded absolutely sinister — like it should be a first-degree felony, not something you did to cookie dough.

“Okay,” Annabeth said, glaring at the centaur. “Thank you, Captain Sunshine…”

As if Chiron’s warning about the winter solstice isn’t chilling enough, I’m a bit freaked out that I happened to read it on winter solstice day itself! Uh, should I be concerned about what’s coming tonight? موقع مراهنات كرة القدم مجانًا Is this a sign?! For now, I’m going to fix myself a cup of hot cocoa and pretend like there’s nothing to worry about. But I just hope I can get to sleep later…

— Karen

Karen tends to have an overactive imagination, so this winter solstice stuff is probably no big deal. Then again, that’s what the protagonist always thinks at the beginning of a horror movie…

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