Author: Brian Wells
A concerned dad who couldn’t find quality entertainment for his kids. He has worked and produced 15 TV movies for the major networks, and this is his book debut.
The League and the Lantern is the first book in a new adventure series for middle-school readers. It all starts when a dangerous organization invades Jake Herndon’s seventh-grade sleepover. He escapes along with two new classmates, Lucy and TJ, only to face a 48-hour fight for survival on the streets of Chicago.
The kids unravel a mystery dating back to the Civil War, and an incredible secret about Jake’s family. Along the way they learn unexpected lessons about courage, family and friendship.
• Inspires reading – Adventure series your kids will want to read.
• Educational Value – 140 key vocabulary words hidden throughout the story, historic sites are part of the setting.
• Moral Value – Lessons in family, friendship, mercy and compassion. Lead characters are friends who are different races.
• Help Kids – Operates on a buy one – give one campaign to get books into the hands of kids who cannot afford their own copies.
The official website will have the books available for purchase for your readers: leagueandlantern.com
This book is being reviewed by my 15 yr old son, Boo. He says that this book was an easy read, for him (I will also have my 11 yr old son read it as well and possibly my 9 yr old son, we shall see). He got through the book fairly quickly and the book disappeared into his room where he has hidden it from the other boys. His favorite part of the book is near the end (I will not ruin it for my readers) of the book. He stated that there were no negative parts of this book. If he (Brian Wells) makes another book, he is anxious to read that one, as well 🙂 It is fun to introduce children to the wonders of books…just to see where their minds and imaginations can take them.
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