BOOK Worm: Stretch Your Child’s Imagination with Characters That Wish Were with Steve in Minecraft

kindle-logoAnything related to Minecraft fascinates my 9-year old daughter— she loves to play the game on the computer, watch videos of other playing and commentating on their creations, read books and cheat sheets, and endlessly talk of her plans to build her estate.

This book presents 9 fictional characters or avatars that would probably be good companions for Steve, the main and only “real” character that exists when one plays the game. It describes each with an illustration and short description, power level, build rating, fashion rating, popularity and noob. It raises the imagination and creativity of my daughter when playing the game, as she describes how each can play their part in her community designs.

From a technical perspective, this 23-page eBook takes a few seconds to download. It has simultaneous device usage that allows sharing across all devices, so my daughter gets to read the book by the individual standalone pages from my iPhone when we are mobile, or on my Kindle during bedtime. The artwork for the cover page shows 5 of the 10 characters together with the Minecraft blocks as background.

I am rating this book a four-star guided by my priority criteria of personal relevance & objective achievement for selecting the books my daughter reads. Without a description of why these characters exist (less Steve), I was bound to explain it to my daughter that the creators are possibly testing the addition of characters with future versions of the game.

Disclaimer: I had purchased & read this eBook. This voluntary & unsolicited book review is intended to share personal insights on facts & actual experiences on its use in order to aid fellow consumers with informed choices in their purchases.

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About Thea @ Interested in the new, intrigued by the legendary, fascinated with the unexplained... putting thoughts into words --- an indescribable passion. An Industrial Engineering by profession... Sales & Marketing by orientation... Writing as an expression.

Posted on June 30, 2015, in BOOK Worm, TheaMcRaeg and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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