This book is great! It's about a twelve-year-old named Percy Jackson who gets kicked out of all the schools he attends. But something really strange happens on a field trip. He was getting mad at Nancy Bobofit, a bully who keeps picking on Percy and his best friend Grover. He was approaching her but Grover held him back, saying he wouldn't want to get in trouble again on this field trip with his favorite and only favorite teacher, Mr. Brunner. So Percy didn't do anything, but a huge wave coming from the fountain where Nancy was sitting hit her, and she was soaked. She automatically pointed at Percy and said that he did it when he didn't. Then, Percy's least favorite teacher Mrs. Dodds tells him to follow her. She tells him that he was being troubled again, and Percy decided not to argue or things could get nasty. So he just said yes to her. But then she tells him to follow her into the museum. She tells him to go in front of him. When Percy is inside the museum, he turns around and doesn't see Mrs. Dodds. But then he hears a voice in front of him and Mrs. Dodds is at the end of the hall. Percy wonders how she got there so fast. But then Mrs. Dodds tells him to go to another room in the museum, and she'll be there. But as soon as he goes there, Mrs. Dodds is in the window. Percy definitely knows something is going on. Then Mrs. Dodds asks Percy where it is. Percy doesn't know what ''it'' is, so he tells her he doesn't know what she's talking about, and Mrs. Dodds attacks him. I loved this book! I recommend it to adventure lovers, and if you want to learn about Greek mythology.