The Wizard's Apprentice [NOOK Book]

Overview

Max is an eleven year old apprentice to Master Loft, the greatest wizard in Bavoin. Master Loft hasn't chosen an apprentice in over three hundred years. Although Max is just a first-year student at Neekon Magic School, he was chosen to work with Master Loft to learn the ways of magic for a reason.

After a semester away from home, Max travels back to Bavoin to see his ...
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The Wizard's Apprentice

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Overview

Max is an eleven year old apprentice to Master Loft, the greatest wizard in Bavoin. Master Loft hasn't chosen an apprentice in over three hundred years. Although Max is just a first-year student at Neekon Magic School, he was chosen to work with Master Loft to learn the ways of magic for a reason.

After a semester away from home, Max travels back to Bavoin to see his family. On the way, he hears strange voices on the bus. The voices follow him home from school.

Max and his brother, Todd, begin dueling out on the balcony when suddenly, they are transported deep within the earth's core to a realm called Shis Kebabrah.

Max has to master his own challenges, find his master, and free Todd from the dark wizards who kidnap him and take him deep within their fortress.

Join Max as he masters the spells and magic skills he studied back at Neekon to fight the dark forces, save his brother, and ultimately, all the white wizard's who have been trapped underground for centuries.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780557412402
  • Publisher: Bo Erik Hollsten
  • Publication date: 10/19/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 55
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • File size: 28 KB

Meet the Author

Bo Erik Hollsten is 11-years old. He has been writing since he was 9-years old. The Wizard's Apprentice is his first fantasy novel. Bo Erik is home educated and travels internationally 9 - 10 months out of the year learning about ancient civilizations, visiting ruin sites, traversing jungles, exploring museums, and visiting many other exciting exotic locations. Bo Erik is an expert in Middle Ages weaponry and Knight training. He was knighted a page in Reims, France, in the same cathedral as King Clovis, the first king of the Franks.

Bo Erik is also the co-creator of The NeuroKids Foundation, a non-profit charity dedicated to teaching kids about the brain. Bo Erik helped design the website when he was 9-years old after teaching himself HTML code. Bo Erik has appeared on Radio Disney, been the subject of numerous newspaper and magazine articles, and has appeared on Sacramento & Co., a morning talk-show in Sacramento, California.

Bo Erik spends his time between his home in California, his home in Mexico, and his apartment in Paris, France. He speaks English, Spanish, and French and loves Legos!
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  • Posted August 29, 2011

    Highly Recommended

    What an inspiration to other young readers who may be considering writing their own story. This book was written and published by an 11-year old boy who paved the way through example for other kids to publish their story ideas. Parents, this is a wonderful keepsake that brings many years of happiness and a great template to buy to inspire your kids to do the same. On top of all that goodness, it's a great story and truly represents the wonderful imagination of a young boy discovering chivalry, magic, and the never-ending battle of good vs. evil. The picture adorning the cover is a picture of the author. His imagination is as rich as the story he told.

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