Lost in the Jungle

Lost in the Jungle Will has spent his whole life in the shadow of his older brother Seth Sure his brother s a master builder who s known throughout the entire Overworld but Will knows he could make his own mark in Mi

  • Title: Lost in the Jungle
  • Author: Greyson Mann Grace Sandford
  • ISBN: 9781510713277
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
  • Will has spent his whole life in the shadow of his older brother, Seth Sure, his brother s a master builder who s known throughout the entire Overworld, but Will knows he could make his own mark in Minecraft if anyone would give him the chance to prove himself.So when Will gets the opportunity to go on his first solo adventure, he jumps at the opportunity Seth urges WillWill has spent his whole life in the shadow of his older brother, Seth Sure, his brother s a master builder who s known throughout the entire Overworld, but Will knows he could make his own mark in Minecraft if anyone would give him the chance to prove himself.So when Will gets the opportunity to go on his first solo adventure, he jumps at the opportunity Seth urges Will to stay at home where he ll be safe, or at least take some time to prepare for the journey, but Will knows he has the courage and strength to face whatever strange biomes or hostile mobs the Overworld has in store for him.Will s quest gets off to a great start when he meets Mina, a fellow adventurer, and they decide to look for excitement together But when the two get separated and night starts to fall, Will realizes he s lost With spiders and creepers spawning all around him and no shelter in sight, can Will survive the night all on his own Beginning readers and gamers will be on the edge of their seats in this thrilling first installment in the Secrets of an Overworld Survivor chapter book series Sky Pony Press, with our Good Books, Racehorse and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of books for young readers picture books for small children, chapter books, books for middle grade readers, and novels for young adults Our list includes bestsellers for children who love to play Minecraft stories told with LEGO bricks, and Pokemon Go books that teach lessons about tolerance, patience, and the environment, and much While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

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    1. Review for Book 1 and Book 2.So I have absolutely nothing with Minecraft, no interest, no nothing. However, when I spotted these books (or actually previews of pages) being tweeted by the illustrator (whose work I really love) I just had to get them. Yes, I bought the books because of the art. I think I would have enjoyed it better had Will, our MC, been better. And not so obnoxious, rude, a jerk, an idiot. I really wonder how he survives in this world. He knows NOTHING about it, and also doesnâ [...]

    2. Such a cute and funny story, that brings me back to my rebel years where I thought I knew everything. It is such an easy read for any age, and if you like mindcraft I recommend you pick this book is just amazing and the pictures very funny. Have to thank the writer for this beautiful book that made me laugh with each page. The only big reason that i give a 3.5 stars is for the quality of the pages, it was bothering while reading the thin old pages . Will has had enough living in his brother's sh [...]

    3. Perfect to read to my 5 year old minecraft fanatic! I don't really understand minecraft so it's fun to learn more about the game as we read it together. My son has never paid such close attention to me reading a chapter book to him before! He was literally on the edge of his seat, eyes wide and so excited to share his minecraft background with me when I would ask if happenings in the book happened in game too. My 7 year old daughter likes minecraft too and couldn't help coming over to listen in [...]

    4. This is a new chapter book fan-fiction series for MinecraftEdu fans. The book is easy to read and includes illustrations scattered throughout.

    5. I just received this book from a giveaway today, and am really excited to read it with my little Minecraft fan. She says "It's awesome!" and has been carrying it around all day. Any book that will get my elementary school student to be so captivated and enthusiastic is a winner to me. The plot is entertaining and interesting and the characters are very different. We recognize all of the Minecraft elements and it makes this book super entertaining to read. Very fun read!

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