Mob School Survivor: The Creeper Diaries, An Unofficial Minecrafter’s Novel, Book One

Mob School Survivor The Creeper Diaries An Unofficial Minecrafter s Novel Book One The launch of an exciting hilarious new series narrated by an underdog every Minecrafter can relate to Gerald Creeper Jr is a self proclaimed pacifist which by the way has nothing to do with a paci

  • Title: Mob School Survivor: The Creeper Diaries, An Unofficial Minecrafter’s Novel, Book One
  • Author: Greyson Mann Amanda Brack
  • ISBN: 9781510718142
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The launch of an exciting, hilarious new series narrated by an underdog every Minecrafter can relate to.Gerald Creeper Jr is a self proclaimed pacifist which, by the way, has nothing to do with a pacifier , but he finds himself in the war zone when he starts his first year at Mob Middle School At his new school, every monster in the Overworld is jockeying for power, andThe launch of an exciting, hilarious new series narrated by an underdog every Minecrafter can relate to.Gerald Creeper Jr is a self proclaimed pacifist which, by the way, has nothing to do with a pacifier , but he finds himself in the war zone when he starts his first year at Mob Middle School At his new school, every monster in the Overworld is jockeying for power, and the skeletons seem to have it out for him.Armed with a 30 day plan he can thank his mom s self help obsession for that , Gerald makes it his mission to use his brains instead of his blasts to survive the school year It all starts with Day 1 Come up with a nickname Gerald is not gonna cut it Day 2 Keep a low profile Not easy when your new best friend is a super bouncy slime Day 3 Avoid being target practice for skeletons, and somehow get in with super popular Eddy Enderman Easier said than done The first book in this laugh out loud funny, heavily illustrated, diary format series for Minecrafters follows the most misunderstood hostile mob in the Overworld It s not easy being green or explosive This adventure series is created especially for readers who love the fight of good vs evil, magical academies like Hogwarts in the Harry Potter saga, and games like Minecraft, Terraria, and Pokemon GO.

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    1. This review originally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 2.0 of 5UmmmmI read a lot of children's books and books for all reading levels but I will admit that since my own children are now adults I am not as familiar with children's entertainment (television, video games, etc) as I once was. This book appears to take off on the popular 'Minecraft' gaming series. It's a game I've seen played (briefly) but know nothing about it.Howevera good book should have certain qualities no matter wh [...]

    2. The Diary of a Wimpy Kid meets the world of Minecraft.This book reads exactly like a Wimpy Kid book, even with same type of illustrations and notebook type pages. It's all about Minecraft characters and middle school and all the pitfalls & characters you would encounter in both of those worlds. My 5th grader is currently reading this. He's enjoying it. I'm fine with it because it has a good finding yourself and dealing with bullies message.

    3. I bought this book for my 10 year old from his schools book fair and he read it within the first day. He loves this book and is looking forward to reading the rest in this series.

    4. It was so funny. I never read anything in minecraft that has so much drama and action. Also it has most of the mobs that are really in minecraft.

    5. I won my copy from a sweepstakes. I am always on the lookout for books for my students. Although I wasn't sure I would like the book, it did impress me on the lessons taught. It is written like a Diary of a Wimpy Kids book with illustrations on most pages. Gerald Creeper, the main character, is starting middle school along with all the other monsters, like slime, skeletons, witches, zombies, etc. Gerald has a plan how to survive the first thirty days. Things don't go exactly as planned. This bo [...]

    6. I personally did not read this book, but it is the first time my eight year old son has enjoyed reading a book and read it cover to cover, so it's a win for me!

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