The Minish Cap (The Legend of Zelda Series #8)

The Minish Cap (The Legend of Zelda Series #8)

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by Akira Himekawa
     
 
R to L (Japanese Style) In the mystical land of Hyrule, three spiritual stones hold the key to the Triforce, and whoever holds them will control the world. A boy named Link sets out on a quest to deliver the Emerald, the spiritual stone of the forest, to Zelda, Pr
The Minish Cap On the day of the Picori Festival, Link and Princess Zelda go to watch the

Overview

R to L (Japanese Style) In the mystical land of Hyrule, three spiritual stones hold the key to the Triforce, and whoever holds them will control the world. A boy named Link sets out on a quest to deliver the Emerald, the spiritual stone of the forest, to Zelda, Pr
The Minish Cap On the day of the Picori Festival, Link and Princess Zelda go to watch the sword-fighting tournament. The winner is a strange man named Vaati, who has come to claim the Light Force which is sealed within the Bound Chest. When the Light Force turns up missing, Vaati turns Princess Zelda to stone! To save his friend, Link needs the power of the Picori Blade, but only a certain master swordsmith can reforge it. Can Link find the pieces of the broken sword before Vaati does? The manga adapation of the legendary video game series, now available in English for the first time! Become part of the Legend – The Legend of Zelda!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781421523347
Publisher:
Perfect Square
Publication date:
12/01/2009
Series:
Legend of Zelda Series, #8
Edition description:
VIZ Media LLC
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
185,576
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 5.12(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range:
8 - 12 Years

Meet the Author

Akira Himekawa is the collaboration of two women, A. Honda and S. Nagano. Together they have created nine manga adventures featuring Link and the popular video game world of The Legend of Zelda, including Ocarina of Time, Oracle of Seasons and Four Swords. Their most recent work, Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, is serialized in Shogaku Rokunensei.

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The Minish Cap (The Legend of Zelda Series #8) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Still_Reading_KidLit More than 1 year ago
The Zelda games are lots of fun for adventure-bound kids and these graphic novels bring that fun to the page. I think the way the illustrations advance the story appeals to kids who are accustomed to video games. The pages are black and white; the simpler presentation can be inspiring to artists, too. They get to read backwards, as the book is printed in the Japanese format. A healthy reading "snack" for your good reader and a way to tempt the reluctant reader who likes his/her Zelda games. There's a graphic novel for many of the Zelda games.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago