123s Of D&D (Dungeons & Dragons Children's Book)
ISBN: 0786966688
EAN13: 9780786966684
Language: English
Release Date: Nov 13, 2018
Pages: 0
Weight: 1.25 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

A Dungeons & Dragons children's book that captures the wonder and whimsy that made you fall in love with the game.

It's never too early to jump into the world of Dungeons & Dragons and now it's even easier for children to let their inner elf shine through.--ComicBook.com

We begin with ONE Dungeon Master
telling a story of daring deeds,
the adventure of TWO heroes and
their brave and noble steeds.

Start your little gamer on an adventure to last a lifetime with this numerical children's book and introduction to the greatest roleplaying game of all time, Dungeons & Dragons.

Written in the rhyming style of classic children's books and filled with adorable owlbears and darling beholders, adorable bugbears and darling drow, it's the perfect book to share the joy of Dungeons & Dragons with a new generation as they learn their numbers--a precursor to every new path in counting.

- Perfect birthday gift or holiday gift for gamers of all ages; great thank you gift for Dungeon Masters
- Must-have for all gaming parents; a great baby shower gift
- Part of a series with The ABCs of D&D, a children's alphabet book and companion to The 123s of D&D

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I got this book for my nephew. It was a good way for my brother to bond and learn how to be a good dad, Raymond said. The new book pages are thicker and the new book smell amazing.
   My 2 Year Old Loves It
For her birthday last year, my two-year old received the ABCs of DandD from her uncle and she absolutely loved it. I decided to get her this too book and she is just as pleased with it. The art is good, it is well written, and I absolutely delight in the fact that it is both teaching her basic numbers and getting her exposed to DandD, Mr. DandD said. The quality of the book's construction is also praiseworthy, Rodale said.
   Cute book!
So I wish the numbers were on the page like the alphabet one. I bought that book for my husband when he was born as he is a total dm and nerd. Fast forward 4 years and my son is obsessed with it. He's a big picture kid, and he loves the pictures and pointing to all the letters of the alphabet. I bought this book for Christmas hoping to extend that excitement, but he wasn't interested as the numbers weren't on the page. The illustrations were still very nice, but I feel the second book was much better.
   Nice and quick. Wish the numbers went higher
Wish the 20 had been raised to 20 instead of having a bestiary. Only a few of the book's problems are its own, such as the lack of a middle name.
   Such a fun bedtime ritual that provides something for my daughter that she can't get somewhere else.
My daughter is very into Disney Princesses and My Little Pony and all of that, and while that's fine and dandy with me, she also tells me she has a crush on Harry Potter. I'd like to have something that rounds that out and encourages her to adventure, develop a strong and supportive group of friends, and allow her to imagine and explore beyond the boundaries of established characters and their defined roles within their world, he said. This book caught my 3 year old little girl's attention from her first glimpse at the cover and she asks me to read it. It's awesome to have her point out Almiraj, or the Tabaxi, and even more rewarding to have her take notice of the female wizard who leads and supports her group and helps them by giving them magic shoes, McKeon said. When she eventually moves on from this book, I'll be storing it in my memory treasure chest.
   Fun, quick read
My son enjoyed sitting down and reading this with me, Mrs. Dhaliwal said. It was a great idea, because he could get used to numbers and at the same time share one of my interests, he said. While he doesn't understand what a lot of the creatures are, he did have fun pointing out unicorn bunny and dragon. He also notes that players must be able to identify the color and shape of the dice. There are some great illustrations of monsters, too. Only a few years ago, I would have liked to have seen the book done differently, as the icosahedron is one of the iconic symbols of DandD.
   Great Alongisde the ABC's of D&D, but the weaker of the two.
I bought this book and the entire ABC series "DandD" from the local ABC store. It simply goes from one to ten and then has a rhyme of a beast's epilogoia. I was hoping for a few more, and the beastiary mentions some material that may off-set the more sheepish of children. It's still worth a buy, even with the price tag, because my 2 1/2 year old daughter always asks for it after the ABCs.
   My kids love this book
Both my 4yo boy and 6yo girl loved it.
   Great Book But an Obvious Miss
Great story, great art, but why does it stop at 10? It's not the 123s of White Wolf by Bernadette Peters, but my daughter loves it and grabs this and the ABCs to read.
   Nerd family loves these!
These books are perfect for her age and she is just a pleasure to read them to. The illustrations are wonderful and I appreciate the shorter length of the story. They are books to learn counting numbers or the ABCs. A 10 year old is probably not going to enjoy reading these, even if they have some illustrations. This is a perfect nerdy family with very young children.