“Percy Jackson and the Olympians”
by Rick Riordan
Let’s face it: It’s not always easy to get kids with ADHD to read books. It’s also often difficult to find positive portrayals of their symptoms. In Riordan’s fast-paced, action-packed novels (that will stuff your kids’ heads with a decent amount of Greek mythology), the main character has ADHD and dyslexia — a sign he’s descended from a Greek God. These are great books in which avid and reluctant readers alike will see reflections of themselves.
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Full Product Description
All five books in the blockbuster Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, in paperback, have been collected in a boxed set fit for demigods. Now with glorious new cover art and packaged with a special poster, this value-priced set includes the best-selling The Lightning Thief, The Sea of Monsters, The Titan’s Curse, The Battle of the Labyrinth, and The Last Olympian. Whether it is for readers who are experiencing Percy’s thrilling adventures with Greek gods and monsters for the first time, or for fans who want to devour the saga again, this gift will be prized by young and old.