For boys and girls who love Minecraft, a graphic novel adventure from a New York Times bestselling author that uses over 750 images to transport young readers into the world of the game they love most.
Go with young hero Phoenix as she seeks the enchanted golden apple to save her brother
Phoenix longs to see the world outside of her village. One day, she risks a trip over the town’s wall to see the dark forest. Her quick adventure releases a monster that turns her brother into a zombie! It’s up to Phoenix to save him by leaving her village and finding the enchanted golden apple.
This graphic novel for kids is followed by other Minecraft graphic novels, including Revenge of the Zombie Monks, Saving Xenos, Chasing Herobrine, The Ender Eye Prophecy, and Battle for the Dragon’s Temple. They are easy graphic novels and are sure to be enjoyed by all who love Minecraft and stories filled with adventure, courage, and action.
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. 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.
Megan Miller was born in Talara, Peru, and from there grew up in Miami, Barcelona, and the suburbs of London, England. She's also lived in Houston, Austin, NYC, the Hudson Valley, Kentucky, and finally New Mexico. She plays Minecraft daily, and has also spent many hours in the past with arcade game Centipede, the first Castle Wolfenstein shooters, the first color Mac space shooter Crystal Quest, The Sims, Sim City (1-3), City Skylines, Civilization, and more. You can contact her through her website, meganfmiller.com - (see you there!)
"The highly pixilated art reflects the distinctive animation-style of the game and looks almost like screen grabs, which will only endear it more to young readers who love to play Minecraft. The book reads like the first volume of a continuing adventure and will leave kids wanting more."—Booklist
"The highly pixilated art reflects the distinctive animation-style of the game and looks almost like screen grabs, which will only endear it more to young readers who love to play Minecraft. The book reads like the first volume of a continuing adventure and will leave kids wanting more."Booklist