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Bravery Activities for Minecrafters

50 Activities to Help Kids Build Their Courage!

Illustrated by Amanda Brack
Published by Sky Pony
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

Fifty activities to help kids build self-confidence and courage!
Boost their everyday bravery and social skills with this activity book for kids who love Minecraft and gaming. Fun challenges, mini games, and fill-in-the-blank adventures—all centered in Minecrafting themes—help kids step out their comfort zone, try new things, and feel happy and confident. With skill-building puzzles and games and colorful illustrations, kids will find the encouragement they need through the Minecraft characters and world they love.

  • Gamers take brave steps through activities that feel like play
  • Social skill-building games help kids feel stronger and more empowered in the real world
  • Every page gives kids a bravery boost and teaches them how to overcome real-life doubts and fears
For kids who feel more comfortable gaming, Bravery Activities for Minecrafters offers kids the building blocks they need to feel strong enough to step out and speak up in real life.

About The Author

About The Illustrator

Amanda Brack is also the illustrator of the Creeper Diaries series and the Jokes for Minecrafters series from Sky Pony Press. She has a passion for drawing and illustration, and enjoys the creativity of working on a wide variety of projects in her freelance career. She lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Raves and Reviews

Praise for Minecraft (Game)

"Since its release seven years ago, Minecraft has become a global sensation, captivating a generation of children. There are over 100 million registered players, and it’s now the third-best-­selling video game in history, after Tetris and Wii Sports." —The New York Times

"A little less than a decade ago, a sandbox game created by a single developer in the Javascript language would be launched. The game was simple enough: players would mine to craft and craft to mine. The world, completely composed of square and rectangle objects, is customizable in a way that is only limited to a player's imagination. This freedom and ability to create and customize a world with friends quickly led to an explosion in popularity for this multiplayer sandbox, and it wasn't long before Minecraft had become a household name and the best-selling game of all time." —Game Rant

"Still incredibly popular . . . The game hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down. . . . Microsoft has also seen a big increase in Minecraft usage during the pandemic. Minecraft saw a 25 percent increase in new players last month and a 40 percent spike in multiplayer sessions." —The Verge

 powerhouse of activity." —PC Gamer

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