The Cloud Searchers (NOOK Comic with Zoom View) (Amulet Series #3) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Kazu Kibuishi's enchanting series about two ordinary children on a life-or-death mission continues!

In the third installment of the thrilling Amulet series, Emily, Navin, and their crew of resistance fighters charter an airship and set off in search of the lost city of Cielis, which is believed to be located on an island high above the clouds. The mysterious Leon Redbeard is their guide, and there's a surprising new addition to the crew: the ...
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The Cloud Searchers (NOOK Comic with Zoom View) (Amulet Series #3)

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Overview

Kazu Kibuishi's enchanting series about two ordinary children on a life-or-death mission continues!

In the third installment of the thrilling Amulet series, Emily, Navin, and their crew of resistance fighters charter an airship and set off in search of the lost city of Cielis, which is believed to be located on an island high above the clouds. The mysterious Leon Redbeard is their guide, and there's a surprising new addition to the crew: the Elf King's son, Trellis. But is he ally or enemy? And will Emily ever be able to trust the voice of the Amulet?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780545675789
  • Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
  • Publication date: 12/17/2013
  • Series: Amulet Series , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 54,173
  • Age range: 8 - 12 Years
  • File size: 77 MB
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  • Posted December 30, 2010

    Gelati's Scoop

    Amulet is a really good YA graphic novel. I am jumping into the story a little late with book three, but so what, this is just fun. I want to get all the info out of the way first that way we can just discuss the graphic novel and enjoy ourselves.
    "In the third installment of the thrilling Amulet series, Emily, Navin, and their crew of resistance fighters charter an airship and set off in search of Cielis, a mythical city believed to be located on an island high above the clouds. The mysterious Leon Redbeard is their guide, and there's a surprising new addition to the crew: the Elf King's son, Trellis. But is he ally or enemy? And will Emily ever be able to trust the voice of the Amulet? "

    Graphix is an imprint of Scholastic and you can visit their website through them, thus the link. I enjoyed this on many levels, not just because I could share this with my younger children. The artwork felt safe and inviting, really right on the mark for this type of graphic novel. The edges were round and soft, the bad guys didn't look so menacing, and even the gadgets and weapons looked non- threating: all plusses in my book. The dialogue fit well and seemed to be on a good level for just about any audience, not talking down or seemingly out of reach. I even enjoyed the over protective Mother as she doted on her children, all good stuff. The adventure is good enough and original enough not to bore; the dialogue is nice and the artwork is excellent. I ask you: what more could one want from a vehicle such as this? Not much, it hit all the marks for this graphic novel reader. Check it out, with your kids no less, sharing is fun.
    What are you reading today? Check us out and become our friend on Shelfari & Linkedin. Go to Goodreads and become our friend there and suggest books for us to read and post on. You can also follow us on Twitter, Wattpad and the Gelati's Scoop Facebook Fan Page. Did you know you can shop directly on Amazon by clicking the Amazon Banner on our blog? Thanks for stopping by today; We will see you tomorrow. Have a great day. Look for us @ Gelati's Scoop

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 9, 2011

    I love this one tooo!

    I couldn't stop at buying the first two volumes...I had to know what was gonna happen! Plot line is still addicting as well as the artwork.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2011

    love it

    my son came home from school one day with this book and asked me to read it
    i told him not now i was busy at the moment. so after two days of asking me if i read it i gave in and read it . i loved the book so much that same day we had to go buy the next book and we did and so we went to go buy the next one and was told that it was not out yet and that we had to wait until september to buy it so we waited and bought it took us a half of an hour to read the book and wanted more and now we have less than a week left and it feels like christmas

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 29, 2014

    Yet another book from my purchases in this site and enjoyed it.

    Yet another book from my purchases in this site and enjoyed it. Even though volumes 1, 2, 4 and 5 were bought in store while I somehow
    got my hands on the sixth one, it's actually just as good as the 15 part Bone Series by Jeff Smith (the author's name sounds like an
    American Dad character, am I right?). I started reading the first volume of this series then started reading the first volume of the Bone
    series after that, each in late spring 2011 at Rutgers University moments before my graduation in June of the same year. One year later,
    I got the first volumes of Bone and this series for myself as a copy of my own. That is until Bone ended the series in 2013 and this series
    went into hiatus in the same year as Bone's conclusion, then this series made a sixth installment this year.

    If you want to see more of my customer review saga, look in Allegiant, Batman Incorporated Volume 2, the Lightning Thief, Yu-Gi-Oh
    Zexal Volume 3, Frozen the Junior Novelization, Batman Zero Year Volume 4 and Red Hood and the Outlaws Volume 1. I've just
    concluded the New 52 DC Universe Saga (formerly a Dark Knight Trilogy until I remembered receiving multiple comics from that series),
    moments before I became aware of its so called "Future's End" series, or something like that I forgot since my last internet search.

    Although I concluded everything else in my Book Collection (in case you're wondering what happened after I got this book and many
    others, I donated them all to Goodwill and deleted their Nook Samples), there is still one more title to conclude and that is the Pokemon
    Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Strategy Guides. Unfortunately, they haven't been announced as much as the title that's based on the
    guides so they're still not available for preorder yet but will be soon.

    Date of origin: June 29, 2014 at 8:35 PM (nearly two years after this one is purchased)

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