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Loki: A Bad God’s Guide to Taking the Blame – digital packs

Second in the series as Norse god Loki grumbles, snarks and doodles his way through his enchanted diary, recording the highs and (mostly) lows of living on Earth as an eleven-year-old boy.

Loki might not have shown any moral improvement (yet) but Odin has given him another chance to prove himself worthy of Asgard by keeping Earth safe from the threat of Frost Giants. But eleven-year-old Loki has more important things to worry about:

Parents Evening.

After a series of 1-star reviews from his teachers, Loki is jealous of the glowing adoration bestowed upon Thor and swears vengeance. So when Thor has a birthday party and his favourite hammer, Mjolnir, goes missing, everyone suspects Loki.

To clear his name, Loki must find Thor’s hammer and find out who the real thief is…

“Sharp wit, ethical dilemmas, sly mythological references and oodles of doodles are a recipe for pure reading pleasure.” – The Guardian

Each pack will include:
Downloadable teachers’ notes
Downloadable activity sheets

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