Kids’ Book Review: Pick Your Own Quest Escape from Minecraft

Pick Your Own Quest Escape from Minecraft book by Connor Hoover front cover

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Practice Decision Making Skills While Building Reading Stamina

Pick Your Own Quest Escape from Minecraft book by Connor Hoover front cover
  • What: Pick Your Own Quest Escape from Minecraft
  • When: 8 years and up
  • Why: Fun, affordable, read them over and over
  • Where: Amazon

If your child, like mine, never knows when to stop on Minecraft, bring some of the joy of the game to life without the screen. Let kids take a tour through all the trials and tribulations of the video game between the covers of Pick Your Own Quest Escape from Minecraft.

Pick Your Own Quest Escape from Minecraft on Amazon

Much like the other Pick Your Own Quest books, this tale lets kids control the action and ending. Read small chunks, usually one to two pages, then make a decision about what to do next and turn to the appropriate page. Unlike regular books, kids don’t read from cover to cover, and instead skip around whenever their interests take them. That also means they can read it over and over again and get a different outcome each time. Better yet, Pick Your Own Quest books include not one but three different Minecraft Titles. In addition to Escape from Minecraft, kids can also try Return to Minecraft or Minecraft The End.

Pick Your Own Quest Escape from Minecraft book by Connor Hoover first page
Kids can make their own decisions in this Minecraft-themed book.

Want more fun? Try reading it aloud with your kids and letting them decide what to do. Multiple kids will have to make supporting arguments for their case, strengthening their decision making skills in the process. After villagers refuse to give you a bunch of emeralds, should the reader take them by force  or focus on being a good king?

Pick Your Own Quest Escape from Minecraft book by Connor Hoover back cover
Find all their favorite Minecraft details on these pages.

Filled with creepers and zombies, kids will love seeing their favorite Minecraft components on every page. Get them off the screen and into reading with these short excerpts that will keep them coming back for more.

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