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Overworld Heroes Adventure: Unofficial Minecrafters Adventures Series (Boxed Set)

Danica Davidson



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20 November 2018
Adventure stories (Children's&YA); Other Film, TV & Media; Minecraft; Kids
Now all six books of Danica Davidson's Unofficial Overworld Heroes Adventure Series in one place! Now that Steve and his friends are known throughout the Overworld as heroes, they're enjoying the attention - until Stevie finds an Ender crystal with mysterious powers and realizes that the Overworld is in danger again, this time from vicious Endermen! Soon the friends - now an Overworld task force - are caught up in a battle larger than they could ever have imagined. Can they protect the world of Minecraft from Endermen, the mysterious crystal, an evil Ender Dragon, zombies, skeletons, and more?

Over the six novels in the Unofficial Overworld Heroes Adventure series, Stevie and his friends must work together to save the people of both Earth and the Overworld. This box set collection includes the full series: Adventure Against the Endermen, Mysteries of the Overworld, Danger in the Jungle Temple, Clash in the Underwater World, The Last of the Ender Crystal, and Return of the Ender Dragon.
By:   Danica Davidson
Imprint:   SKY PONY PR
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 203mm,  Width: 127mm,  Spine: 58mm
Weight:   1.152kg
ISBN:   9781510737990
ISBN 10:   1510737995
Series:   Minecraft
Pages:   672
Publication Date:   20 November 2018
Recommended Age:   From 7 to 12 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  English as a second language
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Danica Davidson has written for MTV, the Onion, the Los Angeles Times, and about fifty other publications. She is also the author of the Unofficial Overworld Adventure series, as well as Manga Art for Beginners from Skyhorse Publishing.

Reviews for Overworld Heroes Adventure: Unofficial Minecrafters Adventures Series (Boxed Set)

Any fan of Minecraft will enjoy reading about Stevie's adventures. --Sci Fi Magazine Praise for Danica Davidson's previous series: Humor stems mostly from the differences between the real and Minecraft worlds, but you don't have to know much more about Minecraft than that it is made of cubes to understand it. . . The story touches on themes of bullying, particularly of kids who look different--as Stevie does in the real world and Maison in Minecraft. --School Library Journal

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