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Ampersand Kids Titles Publishing October 2020 (QUEBEC)

Hopeless Heroes: Time’s Up, Tim!
By (author): Stella Tarakson Illustrated by: Nick Roberts
Stella Tarakson ,

Illustrated by :

Nick Roberts


Sweet Cherry Publishing - Leicester



Product Form:


Form detail:

Adhesive bound
Paperback , Adhesive bound


Juvenile: Age (years) 7 - 9, Reading age 7 - 9
Oct 27, 2020
$8.95 CAD


7.8in x 5.05 x 0.6 in | 200 gr

Page Count:

208 pages


40 illustrations
Sweet Cherry Publishing
JUVENILE FICTION / Humorous Stories
Children’s / Teenage fiction: Humorous stories|Children’s / Teenage fiction: Traditional stories
  • Short Description
Hopeless Heroes is a fun-filled series about Greek mythology, adventure and what it means to be a hero.

Book 10 in the Hopeless Heroes series that takes readers on fun adventures back to Ancient Greece!

Breaking news: Hera is loose in the modern day and giving London an Ancient Greek makeover. That is until her son arrives to steal her thunder.
"Did someone say thunder?"
Tim’s final adventure is an A to Z of Olympic family drama, and all he has to help is a box he can’topen. Where curiosity was Pandora’s weakness, can hope bring our hero strength?
About the Hopeless Heroes series:
Hopeless Heroes is a fun-filled series about Greek mythology, adventure and what it means to be a hero. Readers aged 7+ will love diving into the world of Tim Baker and his (sort of) friend Hercules. A great series to bridge the gap before the Percy Jackson series. All titles are also leveled for classroom use, including GRLs.

Hilarious adventures that introduce children to the Greek Gods.

Hopeless Heroes series, Illustrated chapter book, fantasy adventure, Classic literature: Greek Mythology, Setting, plot and character development; young male main character, Tim, humorous tone, new vocabulary from Greek Mythology, Hera, Jealous Goddess of Marriage & Birth, figurative language: idiom, simile, metaphor, adages, Comprehension strategies: identify changes from beginning to end of the story, make inferences, compare and contrast and identify problem and solution, and cause and effect relationships. Themes: friendship, single parent family, determination, bullying, time travel, magic and creative imagination, heroism.

  • Part of a 10 book series
  • An excellent learning tool for Greek mythology
  • Entertaining illustrations to encourage reluctant readers
  • Includes a leading boy and girl across the stories to appeal to all children

“These books are awesome.” – Alex, 8

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