The Lost Stone (The Kingdom of Wrenly) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-02-08 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 41 user ratings

" Appears will be a fun series for the targeted age group. Book One uses an adventure to introduce readers to the main characters and to give an overview of locations throughout the entire region where future adventures in the series will take place. " said.

" Such a cute book for young readers. The prince, Lucas, and his friend, Clara, go on a quest to find his mother's missing emerald. They encounter wizards, fairies, and trolls in their search. A fun start to an adventure series. My 7 year old loved it. " said.

" My 9 year old, dyslexic and very reluctant reader has finally found a book series he WANTS to read. He just finished the first 12 in two weeks. That is huge. I'm on number 3 themselves and they're simple but quick to get into the action, well written, and engaging. Highly recommend. " said.

" Perfectly acceptable early chapter book series, although everything happened VERY easily for the characters. Maybe more development will happen in later books.(Read for a school age program at the library) " said.

" A fun and easy chapter book with adventure and friendship. My son loved it...had me read the whole thing in one sitting! He also asked questions about it, like why can't a prince play with the regular kids in the kingdom? and such. Great opportunity to discuss change in history and differences of opinion on such things. " said.

" Fantastic example of a first chapter book for young readers: engaging black/white drawings to support the story, large typeface, short chapters and a interesting story with a not-to-complicated plot. The fantasy/magic genre and with a boy-girl best friend team adds to the charm. Being the first in a seriesis a plus as well. " said.

" Staff PickHeatherYoung Prince Lucas just wants a friend. His father finally gives in after Prince Lucas sneaks out to go to school with regular kids. He and his new friend Clara are off on an adventure after the Queen loses a precious stone. This is a fun fantasy series full of adventure and friendship. " said.

" These books are the lightest of fantasy (a few magical creatures, etc) and the earliest of first chapter books. (Ok, not the earliest, but the font is pretty large.) They also definitely have fans in my library, although kids outgrow them quickly. They also make great bedtime read alouds for prereaders, since the series isn't just the same book again and again, like so many first chapter books. Kids thrive on that repetition, but most parents I know do not. " said.

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