The Lost Crown of Apollo by Suzanne Cordatos
  

The Lost Crown of Apollo

Written by Suzanne Cordatos
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The Lost Crown of Apollo by Suzanne Cordatos

Climb aboard for an adventure to the Greek islands of past and present! You'llmeet creatures of land and sea-and if you think pirates are a thing of the past, you might want tokeep an eye on your valuables.Meet Elias Tantalos, an almost-eleven year old bad luck magnet who escapes the most dreadfulschool year of his life by boardinga boat in the Aegean Sea where there are, happily, more rocks than people. When he discovers a two-thousand-year-old good luck charm-the gold leaf crown meant for the sun god Apollo-he is sure the worst is behind him. Antiquity thieves are rummaging around the ancient Greek ruins, however, and when they kidnap his sister Elias knows he holds the perfect bait to lure the thieves away... but if he gives up Apollo's legendary Crown of Victory will 6th grade be even tougher than 5th? Can he find the inner strength to do the right thing?

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Format

Paperback
300 pages

Author

Suzanne Cordatos
More books by Suzanne Cordatos

Publisher

Sunberry Books an imprint of Sunpenny Publishing

Publication date

17th July 2015

ISBN

9781907984501


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