The Lost Stone

Jordan Quinn Robert McPhillips

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The Lost Stone

The Lost Stone Welcome to the Kingdom of Wrenly a new chapter book series full of fantasy and adventure Meet Lucas the eight year old prince and Clara the daughter of the queen s seamstress Lucas is an only child

  • Title: The Lost Stone
  • Author: Jordan Quinn Robert McPhillips
  • ISBN: 9781442496927
  • Page: 256
  • Format: ebook
  • Welcome to the Kingdom of Wrenly a new chapter book series full of fantasy and adventure.Meet Lucas, the eight year old prince, and Clara, the daughter of the queen s seamstress Lucas is an only child who longs to make friends and go on adventures Clara knows the kingdom well, so she and Lucas team up and explore the lands of Wrenly In The Lost Stone, Lucas and Clara seaWelcome to the Kingdom of Wrenly a new chapter book series full of fantasy and adventure.Meet Lucas, the eight year old prince, and Clara, the daughter of the queen s seamstress Lucas is an only child who longs to make friends and go on adventures Clara knows the kingdom well, so she and Lucas team up and explore the lands of Wrenly In The Lost Stone, Lucas and Clara search for Queen Tasha s missing emerald On their exciting adventure, they travel to all the main attractions of Wrenly Primlox the island of fairies , Burth the island of trolls , Crestwood the island of dragons , Hobsgrove the island of wizards , and the beautiful Mermaid s Cove King Caleb has promised to reward the person who finds the precious stone, and Lucas and Clara are determined to search the entire kingdom until they find it With easy to read language and illustrations on almost every page, The Kingdom of Wrenly chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.

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    1. Lucy on said:

      "can you believe i read a 114 page book in 3 days". okay i,ll admit it the kingdom of wrenly is a great book.

    2. Josiah on said:

      Illustrations for early chapter books are important, perhaps as important as those in picture books. Many kids who read them are just starting to read books long enough to contain chapters, so good illustrations are key to keeping them engaged when the reading becomes difficult. Robert McPhillips comes through on that score in a big way in The Lost Stone, the first installment of Jordan Quinn's The Kingdom of Wrenly series. Wrenly is populated by a variety of creatures, and they're all depicted [...]

    3. Stephanie on said:

      I read this one with my 4 year old son and we loved it! We both love medieval settings so this is the perfect series for us. The language and amount of words per page is very attainable for his attention span and there are wonderful illustrations on every page. It was really fun to have the map of the kingdom at the front of the book that my son wanted to keep looking back at as he learned about the different locations. I'm glad there are 12 books in the series because it means we've got lots of [...]

    4. Mara on said:

      A copy of The Lost Stone was provided by the illustrator. I was not obligated to write a positive review. This is my full and honest opinion.I am a near-22-year-old woman, with no kids (my hedgehog takes up all my time, thank you very much). So what interest could I possibly have with The Kingdom of Wrenly series – a brand new fantasy adventure series for early readers? I may be an adult, but I am still a kid at heart (aren’t all Readers and book bloggers?) – and I am also super appreciati [...]

    5. Haley S on said:

      I should just copy and paste the last paragraph of the synopsis. This is a really good book for beginner readers. It will be the perfect story for a kid looking for a fun, adventure story.Even though I read this book in an hour, this is the perfect size for any child. I mean, I am a teenager. I can’t really say that I was drawn into the story. It is a kids’ book so of course it is meant for kids!The cover is cute. I will give it 4 stars. Robert McPhillips is a wonderful illustrator! All of h [...]

    6. Allie on said:

      We just did a major overhaul of the series section in the Children's Room, adding tons more series including this one. So I'm getting to know that collection better by attempting to read at least one title in each series. So, Wrenly. Given that a bunch of the books have dragons on them, I expected it to be a little more magical. I started with the first book, but I think that was a mistake. I don't need exposition or background on these characters. The story of a lonely only (child) was pretty s [...]

    7. Nick on said:

      This fantasy novel for younger readers doesn't build a very convincing world, but the story is cute and quick to read.For instance, in a world with wizards, fairies, trolls and other magical beings, why would the prince doubt the existence of mermaids? And why would trolls and fairies be the only farmers? Then, there's the medieval public school, but that's a minor quibble, since it's only there to set up one scene in the story.Still, for kids around 3rd grade, this would be a fun story.Prince L [...]

    8. Kaleria on said:

      This isn't a bad book. I will keep it on my shelf in the classroom for any kid who is interested, but it really isn't great. I will not be purchasing the next books. I was disappointed in the abruptness of transitions and the lack of flow between ideas. The characters were nice enough, and elements of the book were intriguing, but it felt almost like a patchwork of great/classic ideas that weren't combined well. I read the Secret of Droon right after finishing this, and that series blew Wrenly o [...]

    9. Monique on said:

      Simon & Schuster publishers has come up with a number of terrific series geared to the transitional reader. 'The Kingdom of Wrenly' is one of them and suitable for readers aged 5-8 (not just the 5-7 that they recommend). For those readers not ready to leave the world of picture books behind (really, one should never have to though!), the short chapters, easy text and whimsical illustrations make this a delightful series for all. The first book in the series is "The Lost Stone", features eigh [...]

    10. Terrah on said:

      Luke can't get enough of these books! Perfect for me to read aloud to him now, and in a few months they'll be great for him to read aloud to me. Cute pictures, great storylines, perfect beginning chapter books.

    11. Jon Barber on said:

      I can see why my 9 year old enjoys this series. I may have to read the Hobbit with her soon.

    12. Rachel on said:

      (My 6-year old son's rating and review.)"This is a really good adventure! It's like a really awesome story. I like that there's so much adventures and I like the characters in the book."

    13. Abigail Field on said:

      That prince Lucas likes to go on adventures and he tries to find his moms lost emerald his moms the queen

    14. Chris on said:

      Meet Lucas, the eight year-old prince, and Clara, the daughter of the queen's seamstress. Lucas is an only child who longs to make friends and go on adventures. Clara knows the kingdom well, so she and Lucas team up and explore the lands of Wrenly!In The Lost Stone, Lucas and Clara search for Queen Tasha's missing emerald. On their exciting adventure, they travel to all the main attractions of Wrenly: Primlox (the island of fairies), Burth (the island of trolls), Crestwood (the island of dragons [...]

    15. Wren on said:

      This series is very popular with young readers, good for reading aloud with its simple language and lovely black and white illustrations.The crown prince of Wrenly is bored and lonely, having been forbidden to mingle with the peasant children. But after he sneaks away to school one day, his parents change their minds and allow him to rekindle a friendship with the seamstress's daughter. Wanting to explore the kingdom, Prince Lucas volunteers to look for the queen's lost emerald with Clara as his [...]

    16. Ginny Kaczmarek on said:

      Lovely series for new readers. Gentle story with heart and mild adventure, including magic, mermaids, and friendship. This is a pleasant introduction to a series that my second grader and I are enjoying so far.Wish this book was less Eurocentric; I didn't see a single character of color. It does a decent job of nonstereotypical gender roles in the children, and to some degree, the king. Hoping other books in the series (there are a lot!) do better.

    17. Erin on 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.

    18. Heather Gunnell on 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.

    19. Sarah Rubin on said:

      A fun and easy chapter book with adventure and friendship. My son loved ithad 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.

    20. Kelsie on 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)

    21. David Smither on said:

      A clever little tale for middle grades, this book is a great introduction to fantasy elements.Unique feature: Wizards as a race(?)Genre: Fantasy (Real genre: Kingdom of Wrenly/Fantasy)

    22. Jill Berry on said:

      Pretty simple. Good for young children wanting chapter books.

    23. Charlotte on said:

      Charlotte: "This book was beautiful. The end. That's all I'm going to say."

    24. Niki Mclaren on said:

      I have a hard time finding a chapter book that will both entertain my 4-year-old and my 7-year-old but this series captures both of their attention, so yay for that.

    25. Eden on said:

      I think this a fun, cute book good for kids wanting a bit of adventure.

    26. Erica on said:

      I read this early chapter book with my six-year-old, alternating who read the words. He really enjoyed it, and since he is the audience, I will leave the review at that!

    27. Christina on said:

      fun book for early readers that introduced then into the realm of fantasy. detailed enough to carry the story, but not too in depth to lose an early reader.

    28. Molly Cluff on said:

      Cute for probably ages 5-7, especially if their older sibs like reading fantasy and they want a nice segue.

    29. Shyla Colt on said:

      An adorable chapter book I read with my child. Full of mystical creatures, a quest, and a quick lesson in cast systems. It's perfect for younger children who adore fantasy and adventure.

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