Joan Holub’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes


Ten of My Favourite Joan Holub Quotes 

Love reading? Then it’s likely you will love a good quote from your favourite author. This article covers Joan Holub’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes that we at Australia Unwrapped have collected from some of his greatest works. Joan Holub quotes to remember and here you will find 10 of the best. A memorable quote can stay with you and can be used along your journey. Choosing Joan Holub’s top 10 quotes is not easy, but here they are:

Popular Quotes

“Hyperion and”
― Joan Holub, Hephaestus and the Island of Terror

 “And also, you’ve been stuckoo on an islandoo for a long time with only beardedoo guys who talkoo funny and bowoo down to you,” Hades said, and then laughed. “That’s gotta get boring after a while.”
― Joan Holub, Hephaestus and the Island of Terror

“Fish him out!” Mr. Cyclops urged. “Hurry!” The whole class was staring at her in horror. Athena looked down at the map just in time to see Odysseus sink into the Mediterranean Sea. She”
― Joan Holub, Athena the Brain

 “It’s one of my inventions-a shampoo,” Athena explained. “Anyway, I didn’t know it would do”-she gestured toward the snakes-“that.”
― Joan Holub, Athena the Brain

 “Letter make words. Words make stories. And stories can be changed with strong enough magic.”
― Joan Holub, Rapunzel Cuts Loose

 “I think you should take that trident of yours and stick it up your nose, fishboy!”
― Joan Holub, Medusa the Mean

“Yes!” Red pumped a fist at the thought of missing part of her least favorite”
― Joan Holub, Snow White Lucks Out

 “Underworldfire, Takeushigher— MountOlympusbound Whereimmortalsarefound. In”
― Joan Holub, Pandora the Curious

“So sue me in the courts of Athens!”
― Joan Holub, The Girl Games

“So the papyrus fortunes”
― Joan Holub, Cassandra the Lucky

10 Famous Quotes by Author Joan Holub

10 quotes by Joan Holub there you go! It’s never an easy task picking the best quotations from great writers, so please if you disagree or have more to add, please comment and share your opinions. My 10 greatest Joan Holub quotes will likely be different from yours; however, that’s the best thing about them, each quote can mean something different to each person. So don’t wait, comment and shares your best Joan Holub Quote. 

One Final Bonus – Joan Holub Quote 

“Athena looked down at the map just in time to see Odysseus sink into the Mediterranean Sea. She must’ve dropped him when she fell asleep! “This is real water?” She reached for him, grabbing his foot in the nick of time. Something under the water’s surface nibbled at her finger. She bent to look closer. A grinning sea monster about ten inches long splashed out and licked her nose. “Ew!” she said, jerking back. Not only were the seas and oceans real, the beasts that lurked in them were too! Holding Odysseus in one fist, Athena quickly grabbed the bag at her feet with her other hand. After digging around in it a minute, she pulled out the little ship she’d found on the stairs on the way to class. “Here you go,” she said, plopping it into the Mediterranean Sea and setting Odysseus inside it. “This ship is just the thing to get you where you’re going. Once I decide where that is.” “Good save,” murmured Aphrodite. “Thanks,” she said. “But I almost drowned poor Odysseus. What a terrible thing to do to a poor, unsuspecting mortal!” “Don’t worry. You’ll get better at this stuff after a while,” said Aphrodite. But what if I don’t? worried Athena. What if I make a mistake and do something like that to another mortal someday? Like Pallas, for instance. That would be awful! Athena was beginning to think supernatural powers were nothing but a big pain. Every little mistake the gods and goddesses made could cause trouble. And the whole world was watching their every move. So was Mr. Cyclops. Although he only had one eye, it seemed to notice everything. “You’d better get going,” Medusa told her haughtily. “King Menelaus just commanded Odysseus to bring Helen back from Troy.” “You–he can’t do that,” Athena protested. Aphrodite gently elbowed her. “Yes, she can,” she warned.”

― Joan Holub, Athena the Brain

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