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Baby Zeke: The Diary of a Chicken Jockey: The Complete Minecraft Series, Books 1-9: An Unofficial Minecraft Book Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-13 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:B01LG87SFY
LANGUAGE:English
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Book Introduction: Now, get the popular unofficial Minecraft series, Baby Zeke: The Diary of a Chicken Jockey, in one convenient package. And, best of all, save over single copy pricing! This all-in-one version contains every word -- all 85,000 of them! -- from the original series, plus almost 20 new illustrations. PRAISE FOR BABY ZEKE: "If you're the parent of a young Minecraft fan, get them reading with books like this." -- Cube Kid, author of the Nether Kitten series. FROM THE REVIEWS OF INDIVIDUAL BOOKS: "It was almost as good as Harry Potter." "I loved the book. I can't wait until I can read the other books in the series. I gave the book 5 stars. It is an awesome book!!!" "It was so good!." "I got this for my 7-year-old to read to his 4-year-old brother, as they are both completely obsessed with Minecraft and love chicken jockeys. The writing is cute and better quality than some of the unofficial Minecraft books, and Zeke's story kept them on the edge of their seats." "omg one of the best books ever!!" "I love the book. I even made a book about Otis and Bob.It is called Dairy of a pigmen jockey:Otis's story." So, what are you waiting for? Grab your copy now!

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