The Stonekeeper has ratings and reviews. Patrick said: A fun graphic novel. It’s probably YA, or middle grade. But I still enjoyed it pretty. Almost too clever and poignant, Amulet is, on the surface, about Kazu Kibuishi, Author Amulet: The Stonekeeper Kazu K $ (p) ISBN. Tragic events kick off action-packed graphic novel fantasy. Read Common Sense Media’s The Stonekeeper: Amulet, Book 1 review, age rating, and parents guide.
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While traveling, they are pursued by bounty hunter elf Gabilan, and are attacked by creatures called wyverns. They are saved by the elf Riva Ash who shows them that the inhabitants of Lucien have moved underground, and they reunite with the Resistance and Balan.
Can I be one?
Amulet Book 1: The Stonekeeper by Kazu Kibuishi | Central Rappahannock Regional Library
Books by Kazu Kibuishi. They then encounter Riva, who explains what happened to Navin. They fail to rescue Karen at first, but the mysterious elf reappears and kills the arachnopod, freeing Karen from the corpse.
Mar xtonekeeper, Riley rated it it was amazing Shelves: The parents’ guide to what’s in this book. The amulet then helps them escape.
Prince Of The Elves: I loved this little graphic novel! The City of Ember: After a family tragedy, Emily and her family move to an ancestral home to start a new life.
Volume 2, here I come!
He reenters the void to wake up a still-sleeping Emily, and find they’re in the moment Max succumbed to the Voice. Older readers might recognize moments that match the Lord of the Rings or the Star Wars films. The storyline that involves a hero who finds a powerful object of amule sort that could be good or could be bad is one pretty classic example.
I do not amuket this series to be light hearted.
Fantasy graphic novels American comics adapted into films. Set in a mysterious fantasy world, The Stonekeeper bears little resemblance to real life, but it does offer lessons about bravery, commitment, and family loyalty. After the tragic death of their father, Emily and Navin move with their mother to the home of her deceased great-grandfather, but the strange house proves to be dangerous.
His goal is to destroy the stone, and prevent any further harm to his nation, Gulfen, and the rest of Alledia. Navin and Cogsley enter a course that uses mech suits and airships to fight the Elf King, and Navin and Alyson attempt to fight Max in an airship, and are almost killed until Emily and Vigo appear.
Adaptation of sci-fi favorite a little murky visually. I’d recommend it and hope to get my hands on to the next volume. They enter memories of Trellis’ childhood that his father had Gabilan take away from Trellis, and learn that the “dark shadows”, whom the Voice is one of, were created by refugees from a dead planet who are intent on taking over Alledia.
Get full reviews, ratings, and advice delivered weekly to your inbox. Jun 07, Regan rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is definitely a younger reader’s graphic novel – it was a really fast read. Books of the Week.
Stonekeepee all 12 comments. Eventually, they enlist the help of a small mechanical rabbit named Miskit. In places it feels a bit rushed, but overall it was a good introduction to this story line and world. Two years after the tragic death of her father, Emily moves with her mother and younger brother i 3. How Tech Is Changing Childhood. It does fit with the age that these children, that are the main characters, seem to be.
I loved the art and the design, the colours and the magic.