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In this nineteenth Goddess Girls adventure a new forest-mountain nymph shows up at Mount Olympus Academy and tries to fit.Echo is a forest-mountain nymph and the new girl at Mount Olympus Academy. She is a little nervous, so she tries to mimic all of the gestures, expressions, and slang of the cool MOA students. While imitation is supposed to be the best form of flattery,In this nineteenth Goddess Girls adventure a new forest-mountain nymph shows up at Mount Olympus Academy and tries to fit.Echo is a forest-mountain nymph and the new girl at Mount Olympus Academy. She is a little nervous, so she tries to mimic all of the gestures, expressions, and slang of the cool MOA students. While imitation is supposed to be the best form of flattery, Echo’s chattiness doesn’t exactly endear her to her fellow classmates—in fact, it has the opposite effect! Will she be able to find a way to be herself and become friends with the students around her?...

Title : Echo the Copycat
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ISBN : 9781481450010
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 272 Pages
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Echo the Copycat Reviews

  • ShortReviews
    2018-09-24 21:48

    I used to love this series.Now? It's become a hit or miss for me.There are just far too many new characters, that the awesome old characters, you know, the whole reason I got into the series in the first place, don't have new stories.Meeting the newer cast was fun at first, but now it's overkill.And the worst part... the stories themselves have slowly tanked! This book is a perfect example. A book based on a nymph searching for way to fix her tree should have been fantastic right? Wrong apparently. Echo the nymph is very gullible throughout the whole book, to the point where she was straight up pathetic at times.If someone tells you to steal a dress from a shop, and then tells you not say anything because it's a 'surprise', shouldn't the warning  bells be ringing in your head? Echo doesn't have warning bells at all apparently.And on top of that, that same person took credit for she did earlier in the book, and she just accepted it and acted like everything was fine!Echo doesn't use her instincts apparently, and figures out far too late that she was duped by Narcissis.Narcissis himself was a real piece of work, but I'm not surprised, he was meant to be a self absorbed character, as he was in the original Greek god mythologies.This is Goddess Girls, and for old times sake I can't rate this lower than a 3, but it's not worth more stars than that, and I highly doubt I'll re-read this.I did like the ending though. It was nice seeing Echo grow as a character.

  • Madeline Flowers
    2018-10-03 20:48

    It was very good. Fun for girls into mystery and action. ;)

  • April
    2018-10-09 21:47

    Another rather cute book in the series; this one focuses on the Dryad, Echo. Echo tends to copy everything: especially the latest fashions she sees. When her tree is in peril (view spoiler)[aka gets completely blasted by lightening made without thunder! (hide spoiler)] she hopes to get Zeus to fix it. He says he can't but offers to allow Echo to choose a different nymph realm. There are two main plot lines for the story. Echo meets Narcissus, and together with newly made friends of the main Goddess Girls, Echo gets into shenanigans at the Immortal Market. She also explores a few other nymph realms with her new friends to see if any would be a home for her. Like all the books in the series there is a bit of Boy Liking going on and some friendship drama as well as a good lesson about lying and stealing and even a mystery (view spoiler)[what can make lightening without thunder like what happened to her poor tree? (hide spoiler)]. Overall another cute and fun addition to the Goddess Girls. Though I do wish (view spoiler)[we could have seen the nymphs of the Underworld! (hide spoiler)]

  • Hannah
    2018-09-22 19:04

    3.5Like the rest of the series, this was adorable. I loved the ending and the way that everything was resolved; this series tends to tie up all the ends in a sweet manner and lessons are learned.

  • Vennela Mallampati
    2018-10-04 20:05

    I thought it was a very interesting book that locked me into the storyline from the start! :)

  • Julianna
    2018-09-30 21:54

    Good book! 5 stars!

  • Natalie
    2018-10-06 14:51

    Liked the switched up ending

  • Nina
    2018-09-27 16:13

    this is a cute series of books that simplify the Greek gods. I actually really enjoyed it and look forward to the other novels.

  • Michelle Tempted By Books
    2018-10-13 21:57

    Another fun look at the Greek mythology world.

  • Oh My Bookness
    2018-10-16 18:02

    Goddess Girls ‘Echo The CopyCat’ by Joan Holub & Suzanne Williams I have read The Goddess Girls ‘Echo the CopyCat,’ Its an adventurous story about a forest-mountain nymph who was trying to find her way and wasn’t sure who she really was. Echo struggles to find her own identity, but along the way she copycats words, clothing, and styles in fashion magazines to feel special. Unfortunately her classmates feel differently about her copy cat attitude. For Echo it brings more heartache and confusion in the process and in her struggles she forgets to do the one important thing of all, to chant a protection spell for her beloved tree Firheart. Now Echo is on a quest to Mount Olympus Academy to get help to bring Firnheart back. I think this book is great to read, Joan & Suzanne have brought mythical characters to young readers and made it fun to learn the names of each character and gave each fun role. It also teaches about vanity, and the negative that can come when forget who we are underneath. I mean sure we all like to look at ourselves in the mirror each morning or every now and then, but when a person is obsessed about oneself then it becomes a bit too much. I’m sure almost everyone knows or use to know someone of that nature, I know I did. As like the character Narcissis, the authors used a self absorbed youth in mythology to show where too much of ones desire gets you. He’s a character one loves to hate, just like Echo who was absorb in impressing her classmates she forgot about her first duty, to protect her beloved tree. In her quest as she got sidetrack a few times all I could think about was poor Firnheart.But in the end she was able to do both, she was able to do what her heart desired and stay at home in the forest-mountain and study her designs and protect the new sapling that grew out of Firnheart stump. The authors had made this book simple to read but also passionate with their characters and will have you on edge as you turn the pages. I highly recommend this book for young readers and they will enjoy.

  • Karen
    2018-10-04 14:49

    Echo is a forest nymph who is a not as confident as she seems. She likes to borrow ideas and even sayings from her forest friends at the Nature School. Echo sees nothing wrong with this and even believes it is an ok thing to do. She is the guardian of Fir Heart a tree in the forest which she guards with her own unique spell. When her tree is destroyed by a stray lightening bolt after she borrows a spell from another student she is heartbroken. Echo is determined to travel to Mount Olympus and convince Zeus to give her another realm to guard. Along the way she meets new friends and even learns to be her own person after a spell from a cupcake makes her repeat or 'echo' everything anyone says! Echos's copycat ways are almost her undoing and causes mayhem at the Immortal Marketplace parade! How she redeems her self and saves the day makes for a delightful read with thought provoking ideas for young readers!

  • Hershey!16
    2018-10-11 16:11

    Echo the Copycat is part of the Goddess Girls series by Joan Houlb. This book is about a young girl named Echo who is a Dryad nymph. Echo lives in the forest among other nymphs like her who protect trees they are given shortly after birth. When a lightning bolt strikes her tree, she establishes a suspect and will do anything to avenge her beloved FirHeart (her tree). In the process she meets new friends, people who prove not to be her friends, and begins to realize her true passion ... fashion! Echo is very determined when it comes to things she cares about , which is what I like about the book.

  • Narariel
    2018-10-04 15:11

    This was an interesting addition to the series. Focused on a minor nymph, it has a little bit more connection to the actual myth than many of the stories. But it does change and expand on the idea behind the myth. It presents a couple of morals, though one is much more subtle. I enjoyed the book, a good light read with a nice twist.

  • Jaclyn
    2018-09-19 17:49

    This series is a great way to introduce kids to Greek mythology. The authors do a nice job of describing the characters and their actions to match each mythological person's name. Next logical step for readers of fractured fairy tales, especially the Whatever After series.

  • Sydney Lewin
    2018-09-27 21:10

    loved it

  • Kaytee
    2018-10-15 13:54

    i di not really like echo because she copies everybodie and i kinda think that it is very embaressing in my opinion.

  • Arielle
    2018-10-12 20:01

    good

  • Sascha Broich
    2018-10-03 17:57

    The story introduced us to the dryads and naiads, Pan and Narcissus. Luckily our Echo did not met the not so nice fate of the original one.

  • Rachel Meyer
    2018-10-10 18:10

    3 1/2 stars. A fun book teaching about how to have your own ideas as well as building off others.

  • Kelly Carey
    2018-09-19 14:13

    The story of Echo from Greek mythology is tragic. This version of Echo is more uplifting and has a happier ending .

  • Hannah Chung
    2018-10-13 17:51

    Well, Echo shouldn't obey what Narcissus says. He is just a bad guy!