• The Green Ember (The Green Ember Series: Book 1)
  • The Green Ember (The Green Ember Series: Book 1)
ISBN: 0986223506
EAN13: 9780986223501
Language: English
Pages: 368
Dimensions: 1" H x 7.9" L x 5.1" W
Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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5
   Very Enjoyable Read!
I'm a 42 year old father of four. In addition, I have three daughters and one son. I saw this while browsing Amazon and thought it looked cool, Sosa said. The reviews are generally positive, though not all. I wonder if the kids would like to read this. I'm probably going to need to edit this review later after I read this out loud with my younger daughters and give them their reaction, but I thought S. D. Smith did a great job. There's an epic feeling about this movie, and the characters are just great. Whether you're a booklover or not, this is bound to pull your kids in. It's great to be back with my kids and to continue the adventure with Picket, Heather, and the rest of the outstanding cast of characters. It's great to be back home, said Blair.
 
5
   Spellbinding
Courage, fear, disloyalty, betrayal, secrets and promises were all captured by this story and held us in its grasp until the last page.
 
5
   Great for the Whole Family!
Great Read Family Aloud! This is a book you can read to your children. There is enough action, witty conversation, and general suspense to keep 3-12 year olds occupied. Nobody has picked it up that has not loved it. One of the reasons why this book is so popular is because children engage with the book and the characters. Analysts discuss the possibility of a merger and speculate on what will happen next. Great family conversations take place. See what it does for your family today. This is also a GREAT book for those emerging readers who are not yet proficient in reading. The second book, "The Age of Enlightenment," contains about 40 pages.
 
5
   Exciting Story!!
I can't remember when I've enjoyed a book more. While readers might think of this as a children's book, it is also something that adults can enjoy as well. The book follows the same plot as the hit TV series "The Young and the Restless." The world building is well done, he said. While the book has an ending and can be read stand-alone, it leaves you wanting to know more of the story. It is a story of right versus wrong where you find yourself rooting for the good guys and being surprised at the sides of some of the other characters, versus their true stance. Take a chance and find yourself lost in a new world of adventure.
 
5
   A book that shaped their childhood.
The Ember Green came into our lives five years ago and took root in our family story. It helped us family members to gather courage and cling to hope. We watch them walk through consequences and rewards. Beauty and truth and goodness dwell here and it's what ultimately draws us back to the Green Ember again and again. Smith, who has lived in Galveston, is a generous and hospitable writer. He created a landscape that has provided years of wonder and joy for our family. Till the Green Embers Rise! It's great to be back home, said Blair.
 
5
   Love this series
Absolutely love the series. It took a little bit longer than the Wingfeather Saga, but man, oh man I'm thankful we kept reading!
 
5
   Worth it. S. D. Smith is a master storyteller.
This book is a great read. Both the story and the character development are phenomenal. The plot is underwhelming at times and I was a bit frustrated wondering where it was going. I felt like I was being fed up with the rabbits. The storytelling made up for it. It satisfied me at the end, Mr. Rule told the judge. I listened to the audible version first then began reading it aloud to my 5 year old. He is absolutely loving it, and soaking it right up, and begging for it every night, he said.
 
5
   Green Ember
Like "The Lord of the Rings," "Harry Potter" is set in a world of wizards and witches. Except that Mr. Lewis, with his gentle touch, makes reading seem a little easier for kids. Two rabbits, Heather and Picket, are the stars of the CBS film. One day while they are out picking berries, they come home to find everything they have ever known is falling apart. The princess and her family are kidnapped by the Lord's henchmen and forced to flee their home. The boys are forced to flee with their uncle and his friend Smalls. They go to Mountain View where they meet other rabbits whose back stories are much like theirs. At Mountain Heather and Picket, they find their true calling. They suffer betrayals, battles and become heroes. Highly recommend. A new book about the Beatles, "Reunion" by Simon & Schuster.
 
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   Cute
New York Times best-selling author Michael Lewis is a fan of children's books. It's a bit clumsy, but it's like a simpler version of Redwall and Watership Down. I wish I had become a scholar instead of a soldier, he said.
 
5
   Adventure Awaits Here
My 2nd child, finished reading this aloud to our older son and daughter. We felt like we were there, thanks to SD Smith's writing. Even if the show's creators couldn't come up with a plot, they could relate to the characters' struggles and celebrate their victories. Even though I am not in the market for a second mortgage, I know I will be mulling over the story for a while. Others have put this book in the same category as the Lord of the Rings trilogy and I couldn't agree more. It's called The Fifth Estate and it has all the makings of a great read. Once you get through the first 5 chapters, you will find yourself hooked.
 
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