Kids Books - Adventure Books
By Pseudonymous Bosch
This book is full of adventure, happiness, and humor. Cass and Max-Earnest find this coca plantation inside a zoo. And it is controlled by the Midnight Sun! If you wan't to know what happens next, read the book. It is awesome!!!!
By Pseudonymous Bosch
I totally LOVE the secret series, it's super funny but it's mysterious too! Then there's tons of cool, magical things and creatures! The book is about two boys, Yo-Yoji, Max-Ernest (the boy with 2 names) and one girl, Cassandra, and on a trip to a museum, Cassandra accidentally breaks a finger off a mummy, and this led them to an adventure, and in the end of the book, they found out The Secret, a secret that was hunted down for centuries.
By Koyoharu Gotouge
Demon slayer is about a kindhearted boy named Tanjiro Kamado who lives in Taisho-era Japan. He lived selling charcoal for his poor family. One day Tanjiro goes to go sell charcoal but when he comes back he finds out his family has been killed by a demon. Only one family member survives which is his sister Nezuko but Nezuko herself was turned into a demon. Tanjiro is off to a dangerous journey. Then a mysterious boy named Giyu tries to kill Nezuko. Tanjiro tells Giyu not to kill nezuko his sister. Giyu says it's his job to kill demons but Nezuko escapes Giyu thinks Nezuko will eat Tanjiro but instead Nezuko protects her big brother Tanjiro. Giyu was surprised so he doesn't kill nezuko. Then Giyu tells Tanjiro to go see an old man named sakonji urokodaki that lives at the foot of mount sagirl to become a demon slayer. But Tanjiro knows nothing about being a demon slayer the mysterious boy Giyu might have some answers. Will Tanjiro become a demon slayer and will he be able to turn his sister into a human again? I recommend this book if you like anime, graphic novels, or comics books! This is the best manga I've ever read there is show of this I hope you all love this manga as much as i do!
By Marie Lu
OH MY GOODNESS. I knew the third, often regarded as final, book in the Legend series was bound to cause some heartbreak, but I was absolutely crushed—in the best way possible—by the ending. Throughout the novel, millions of emotions kept building up: Day and June's sadness from being apart, their desperation and need to be with each other, but also the hesitance, anger, and anguish festering between them. Their relationship is developed in such a way I have never seen before. Amidst their conflicting emotions, a war between the Republic and the Colonies is in full swing, with Day and June at the heart of it. A new plague variant is spreading across the Colonies from the Republic, but the Republic does not have a cure—yet. By the end of this thrilling novel, the ball drops, and the war is resolved while a major crisis changes the trajectory of Day and June's relationship forever. So, so good. Five stars, always.