The Accidental Minecraft Family, Book 4

By Pixel Ate

Synopsis

“I’ve never seen a cat ride a donkey!”

The Accidental Minecraft Family has one mission: Find a way to get back home. Dad insists a a witch will be able to help them, but it’s not like they can just spawn one.

After traveling the perilous journey to the closest village, what will they find? Friend or foe?

The Accidental Minecraft Family books were written for kids age seven and up who love to laugh and love Minecraft!

These easy-to-follow Minecraft books are great for kids ages five through 12!

This Minecraft series is for second grade, third grade, fourth grade, and beyond. As such, they are clean and age appropriate, with plenty of family values, sibling rivalry, and fart jokes to keep kids entertained!

They are great Minecraft kids books for ages seven to 12, and even parents like them! There are plenty of dad jokes to go around!

If you’ve been having problems finding books for eight-year-old girls or boys or Minecraft kids books for ages nine, 10, or older, these Accidental Minecraft Family books are great to keep them laughing.

Disclaimer: This book is a work of fanfiction; it is not an official Minecraft book. It is not endorsed, authorized, licensed, sponsored, or supported by Mojang AB, Microsoft Corp. or any other entity owning or controlling rights to the Minecraft name, trademarks, or copyrights.

Minecraft /TM & 2009-2020 Mojang / Microsoft

About The Author

We are a mom and dad to five kids, who wrote these Minecraft books as a way to engage kids who have a hard time finding books they enjoy reading. Our son hated reading. He was good at it and did not struggle, but it was a chore. He didn’t get any pleasure from the books, no feelings from the stories. Nothing we could find resonated with him. He would read for his twenty minutes a day then slam the book shut to do something- anything- else. Until he found Minecraft chapter books. He couldn’t read them fast enough. He would burn through a book in a couple hours and beg for the next. He’d snuggle up in his bed and read all day. We’d have to force him to turn off his light at night and actually get some sleep. It was all he’d talk about around the dinner table. He constantly retold the story, relayed the jokes he couldn’t stop laughing about. He would finish one series and start another. Then another. And another.And from those books, his love of reading was born. We sat down with our Minecraft loving kids, and with their help started writing books that would resonate with them. We hope our books can do the same for other kids who are struggling to find something they love to read.

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