Originally Published In: United States
Language: Simplified Chinese
Pages per book: 96
Lines per page: 1-8 conversation bubbles
Price per book: $9.42
The Unofficial Graphic Novel for Minecrafters: Redstone Junior High Series 我的世界·红石学校系列第一辑.
Do you know a kid who loves Minecraft and is already reading in Chinese? Here is a graphic novel adventure to transport them into the world of the game they love most.
Looking for a way to inspire your Minecraft fan to step up their reading level in Chinese? This may be the perfect series.
This series follows the adventures of Pixel, 素素 (SùSù), a young farm girl, who was accepted into Redstone Junior High, a prestigious boarding school for gifted children. The school has enjoyed a long reputation as being one of the safest places around, but that is all about to change. In the first two books, with the help of her two new friends, Pixel learns the truth about the zombies and discovers a hidden gift she didn't know she had. In the third and fourth books, the adventure continues as she and her friends hash a plot to lure creepers to a party for an epic battle to finish them and restore order at Redstone. In the fifth and sixth books, Pixel's friend makes a surprise visit to Pixel's farm over summer break to relay some sad news about Ender Dragon and share a secret which prompts both of them to return to Redstone and restore his legacy.
The first 2 books in this Chinese series align to the first book in the English series, Zombies Ate My Homework.
The third and fourth books in this Chinese series align to the second book in the English series, Creepers Crashed My Party.
The fifth and sixth books in this Chinese series align to the third book in the English series, Dragons Never Die.
《我的世界: 新的开始》Minecraft: Zombies Ate My Homework I
《我的世界: 守护校园》Minecraft: Zombies Ate My Homework II
《我的世界: 危机再现》Minecraft: Creepers Crashed My Party I
《我的世界: 对抗忍者》Minecraft: Creepers Crashed My Party II
《我的世界: 末影龙蛋》Minecraft: Dragons Never Die I
《我的世界: 龙之女王》Minecraft: Dragons Never Die II
Is my child ready for this set?
"Read to me": Ages 7+ will enjoy having these books read to them.
"Read by myself": Students ages 8+ who are already reading bridge books in Chinese will enjoy this series. Although there is no pinyin in this series, the graphic novel format allows students to understand the plot and continue reading even if they encounter a few unfamiliar characters per page.