"A charming and magical story. The art is poetic and beautiful!" - Steward Lee, Director on Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series."Amara and Chau have created an enchanting tale of magic, heroism and plenty of action. It so evokes a rich ancient fable you'd think it has existed for hundreds of years. But it hasn't and that's the best part. They've conjured up something"A charming and magical story. The art is poetic and beautiful!" - Steward Lee, Director on Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series."Amara and Chau have created an enchanting tale of magic, heroism and plenty of action. It so evokes a rich ancient fable you'd think it has existed for hundreds of years. But it hasn't and that's the best part. They've conjured up something classic, yet so new. I love it." - Dan Yaccarino, children's author and creator of Willa's Wild Life and the Oswald TV seriesFrom their treehouse headquarters come five teen titans and their wise teacher. Now they must save the "Zez," a mystical Asiatic beast, from an encroaching civilization, the menacing General Moon, and his soldiers.Using all their varied powers, can the Treehouse Heroes protect their new friend and restore the balance of nature?Written by a veteran Dark Horse comics editor and illustrated by a Star Wars: The Clone Wars animator, this fresh blend of adventure and lyrical art will excite young readers."A whimsical tale of the magical Zez, and her adventures with the Treehouse Heroes & the evil General Moon. A story of magic, hope, belief and wonderment, written by Phil Amara and beautifully accented by the lush illustration of Alina Chau." - Ally Takeuchi, Swoon Gallery, Los Angeles, CA"A charming book, I've shown it to all the kids in my family and they want me to read it to them again and again!" - Tony Millionaire, author of Sock Monkey: A Children's Book...
|Title||:||The Treehouse Heroes: and the Forgotten Beast|
|Number of Pages||:||36 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Treehouse Heroes: and the Forgotten Beast Reviews
I like Zez but I didn't like that he got stolen.
This book had amazing watercolor illustrations, that draws everyone in. It also has a great meaning and concept to teach children to play their role in society, their house, or the classroom.
A very simplistic and meaningful story for children and adults alike. While the story itself is a magical tale of a group of young people learning to use their gifted powers for good (they set off to rescue their new, magical friend from a very daunting villain) what sets this book apart from other like-minded stories is the absolutely incredible watercolour illustrations. The book alone is worth every penny just for the art, the fact that the story is well crafted to teach kids the importance of 'doing their part' to help out while keeping the magic and enchantment alive only adds to the pleasure of this book. This is book that will be well read and well loved for a number of years.
I didn't "read" the book, per se. But I looked at all the pictures and they were FANTASTIC!