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The Lost Stone

The Lost Stone

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The Lost Stone

évaluations:
4.5/5 (6 évaluations)
Longueur:
91 pages
26 minutes
Éditeur:
Sortie:
Apr 1, 2014
ISBN:
9781442496927
Format:
Livre

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Welcome to the Kingdom of Wrenly—a new chapter book series full of fantasy and adventure.

Meet Lucas, the eight year-old prince, and Clara, the daughter of the queen’s seamstress. Lucas is an only child who longs to make friends and go on adventures. Clara knows the kingdom well, so she and Lucas team up and explore the lands of Wrenly!

In The Lost Stone, Lucas and Clara search for Queen Tasha’s missing emerald. On their exciting adventure, they travel to all the main attractions of Wrenly: Primlox (the island of fairies), Burth (the island of trolls), Crestwood (the island of dragons), Hobsgrove (the island of wizards), and the beautiful Mermaid’s Cove. King Caleb has promised to reward the person who finds the precious stone, and Lucas and Clara are determined to search the entire kingdom until they find it!

With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, The Kingdom of Wrenly chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.
Éditeur:
Sortie:
Apr 1, 2014
ISBN:
9781442496927
Format:
Livre

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Prince Lucas raced up the spiral stone staircase in the castle to his bedroom. He kneeled on the floor and then pulled a pile of clothes out from under his bed. There was a pair of worn trousers, a shabby shirt, a felt hat, scruffy leather boots, and a wool cloak.

Lucas had gotten the clothes for a handful of coins from a boy in the village. Now the prince stood before a mirror and tried on the hat. This outfit will make me look like a normal eight-year-old boy, he thought. Nobody will ever know that I’m the prince of Wrenly.

And that was the problem. Lucas had grown bored of being a prince. Most kids would think, He must be CRAZY! Lucas had everything a boy or girl could wish for: a cozy goose-feather bed, toys fit for a prince, the best cooks in the land to make his meals, and a view of the sea from the top of his turret. Lucas even had his very own horse, named Ivan. But there was one thing the prince did not have. . . .

Friends. Lucas wanted a friend more than anything in the world.

He’d had a friend once—a pretty, green-eyed girl named Clara Gills. Clara’s mother, Anna, made dresses for Lucas’s mother, Queen Tasha. Anna always brought Clara when she came to the castle. Clara and Lucas had played hide-and-seek and twirled on the swings in the royal playroom. But not anymore. Lucas’s father, King Caleb, had forbidden it. He had said a proper prince does not play with village children. Lucas had cried until his nose got stuffy. So day after day Lucas watched the village children walk to and from school. Sometimes they stopped

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  • (5/5)
    Fantastic example of a first chapter book for young readers: engaging black/white drawings to support the story, large typeface, short chapters and a interesting story with a not-to-complicated plot. The fantasy/magic genre and with a boy-girl best friend team adds to the charm.First book in The Kingdom of Wrenly series.
  • (5/5)
    We are 6 year old twins and we loved it! Yay!
  • (3/5)
    I liked this book for a couple reasons. First, I like the simple manner in which it is written. This would be a good book for a developing reader. Secondly, I like that the writing is descriptive and clear. The story has a magic fairytale element that I also enjoyed. The message of the story is that it is important to have friends and not to look down on people.