Hestia the Invisible
Hestia, the sweet goddess of the hearth, loves to cook, but is too shy to share her passion with other students. Her famous yambrosia salad is a MOA favorite-but no one has any idea that it was her recipe!
When she has to pick a symbol that represents her highest self for a Service to...more
I kept grinning like an idiot as I read this, it was just so refreshing to read a goddess girl book that reminded me of why I loved these series in the first place.
After multiple disappointing books, I was just about ready to give up on this series all together. But then, something compelled me to give this one a chance.... and I'm glad I did, because it was awesome!
So far we'v ...more
Again I don’t recommend it for those who don’t like the Greek books because this is very Greek and very heartwarming as well as lovable
Hestia is the Goddess of the Hearth. After a quick prologue where she brings the idea of centralized hearth-fires to humanity, she is whisked off to MOA. Skip ahead a bunch and we see Hestia feeling mostly invisible at school; doing her best to hide at the back of classes, not be noticed, and skipping off to help the two lunch ladies in the cafeteria any time she can because cooking is her favorite. When a contest for a new Service to Humanity Award is launched ...more
Hestia is my favorite goddess in the series because she is such a sweet character and finds her true self. It was a pleasant book, full of cooking and kitchen fun. She gets the lizard boy Asca ...more
On my re-reading it, I notice some more subtle "morals" towards the end. The story touches on the idea of being happy for others, ...more
TOOL SCHOOL; MIGHTY DADS (a NY Times bestseller); LITTLE RED WRITING; the GODDESS GIRLS series (with Suzanne Williams); THIS LITTLE PRESIDENT, A Presidential Primer; THIS LITTLE TRAILBLAZER, A Girl Power Primer, ZERO THE HERO. Lucky to be doing what I love!