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Read ✓ The Dragon Box  By Katie W. Stewart – Tanitiyor.us
  • Kindle Edition
  • 123 pages
  • The Dragon Box
  • Katie W. Stewart
  • English
  • 10 June 2017

The Dragon Box When Eleven Year Old James Is Given An Electronic Game By His Old, Inventor Neighbour, He Is Intrigued By The Lack Of Screen On The Console He Soon Finds That With The Dragon Box There Is No Need For A Screen At The Flick Of The Switch, He S In A Game Like No Other He Has Ever Played Before Somehow He Must Win The Crystal Of Mommek And Save The Kingdom Of Grobnog From Khalana The Witch If He Fails, There Is Far At Stake Than His Pride.Fantasy With A Touch Of SciFi For Children, 8 12 Years.

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10 thoughts on “The Dragon Box

  1. says:

    A delightful little fantasy, perfect for middle grade readers but also very well worthwhile reading for adults.The story was fun and very appropriate for today s young readers as it was set in the form of a game The characters were entertaining too and were...

  2. says:

    Warily James made his way up the path to his next door neighbour s front door He was a little frightened, as the kids from school all said Mr McKenzie was a weird old man who killed cats They all disappeared, never to be seen again.James wondered if he did that with children too When the shuffling old man told him to go to the back door, he wasn t sure what...

  3. says:

    Although this is a kids book I thought it was great, enjoyable to adults as well Well written and exciting you want to find out whether James defeats the wicked witch and saves his friends Some nice touches with the characters and cleverly done.Would highly recommend this book.

  4. says:

    THE DRAGON BOX by Katie W StewartTHE DRAGON BOX is a middle grade novel recommended for ages 8 12 years Focusing on the imagination of a child, Katie W Stewart takes us into a world of science fiction and fantasy, where every boy dreams of fighting with dragons, witches, ogres and goblins.Like many children his age, 11 year old James, doesn t want to participate in his weekly scheduled footy ball games, so he fakes an injury Knowing her son isn t happy, James s mother asks him to retrieve a bo THE DRAGON BOX by Katie W StewartTHE DRAGON BOX is a middle grade novel recommended for ages 8 12 years Focusing on the imagination of a child, Katie W Stewart takes us into a world of science fiction and fantasy, where every boy dreams of fighting with dragons, witches, ogres and goblins.Like many children his age, 11 year old James, doesn t want to participate in his weekly scheduled footy ball games, so he fakes an injury Knowing her son isn t happy, James s mother asks him to retrieve a book from old man Mack s house next door and against his better judgment James reluctantly heads over to the crazy professor s house But one quick look into the house and James is in awe There are gadgets and machines of all sorts, waiting for someone to play But it isn t until Mack gives James a dragon box does the real adven...

  5. says:

    The Dragon Box is a contemporary fantasy story for children by Western Australian author Katie Stewart I have also read her adult fantasy novel Treespeaker, and both are equally good In The Dragon Box, our young hero James receives a special gift from the eccentric Mack, a gift that propels him into a fantasy world where his companions bear striking resemblance to people in James own life The world inside the dragon box is a game featuring a routine fantasy landscape, which is being threaten The Dragon Box is a contemporary fantasy story for children by Western Australian author Katie Stewart I have also read her adult fantasy novel Treespeaker, and both are equally good In The Dragon Box, our young hero James receives a special gift from the eccentric Mack, a gift that propels him into a fantasy world where his companions bear striking resemblance to people in James own life The world inside the dragon box is a game featuring a routine fantasy landscape, which is being threatened by the evil Khalanna Inside the game, the elderly Mack has been transformed into the wizard Mackenzor, who advises James on his quest for the Crystal of Mon...

  6. says:

    So what did you think of the story I didn t like the box because I hate trolls I hate stinky toenails I hate swords but I d love to use one when I m a grown up Swords are dangerous for children I was happy James rescued Mack I hate witches because when they die they re still stinky I like dragons because I love riding on them when we re flying and I love heights Anyway, did you like the story with a nod of the head Yeah.This was my son s first attempt at a review The Dragon Box is a So what did you think of the story I didn t like the box because I hate trolls I hate stinky toenails I hate swords but I d love to use one when I m a grown up Swords are dangerous for children I was happy James rescued Mack I hate witches because when they die they re still stinky I like dragons because I love riding on them when we re flying and I love heights Anyway, did you like the story with a nod of the head Yeah.This was my son s first attempt at a review The Dragon Box is a beautiful story I think my boy is a tad too young for it, but he did enjoy it he asked to continue the story every night , so I expect children that are 8 12 as advised would really appreciat...

  7. says:

    This is a children s story about James, a boy who takes part in what seems to be an adventure game, conceived by and featuring his elderly neighbour Mack In the game, he meets characters who very closely resemble people he knows in real life Mack assures him that he is safe and he can quit and exit the game at any time He carries a ...

  8. says:

    When James meets Mr McKenzie, his eccentric elderly neighbor, and expresses an interest in his many inventions, Mr McKenzie invents a contraption just for him The Dragon Box is just a small cube shaped box with a start button At the push of the button, James is transported to a medieval world with wizards and queens and dragons and witches and goblins and, well, you get the picture Strangely, the wizard seems just like McKenzie and the witch looks just like Mom and the goblins resemble th When James meets Mr McKenzie, his eccentric elderly neighbor, and expresses an interest in his many inventions, Mr McKenzie invents a contraption just for him The Dragon Box is just a small cube shaped box with a start button At the push of the button, James is transported to a medieval world with wizards and queens and dragons and witches and goblins and, well, you get the picture Strangely, the wizard seems just like McKenzie an...

  9. says:

    Katie Stewart has crafted a wonderful tale of a sensitive young boy who is new to town James has joined a footy team and is being picked on by some of the other bigger andaggressive players He feigns illness one Saturday morning to get out of a game His mom is not fooled and sends him next door to deliver a book to Mack, a grandfatherly nutty professor type who invents games Mack has recently begun to use modern technology and invents a game just for James But this is no video game I Katie Stewart has crafted a wonderful tale of a sensitive young boy who is new to town James has joined a footy team and is being picked on by some of the other bigger andaggressive players He feigns illness one Saturday morning to get out of a game His mom is not fooled and sends him next door to deliver a book to Mack, a grandfatherly nutty professor type who invents games Mack has recently begun to use modern technology and invents a game just for James But this is no video game In this game James is transported to another place and time and becomes a real life hero who must use his wits and overcome his insecurities and fears to save the day The Dragon Box is a modern fable, delightfully imagined and well written, with subtle meaning incorporated into the story It was a delightful antidote to X Box exactly the ty...

  10. says:

    A short story with an interesting take on gaming Fans of video games, dragons and magic will certainly take to this book It was a quick, entertaining read that had a very good full circle feel to it by the time I reached the end Included with the magical quest are some life lesson type items that the main character must pass through in order to win the game and find himself back at home, which were probably better for the young teen readers the book was aimed toward, but not overpowering for A...

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