Lego Ninjago, Masters of Spinjitzu. The Challenge of Samukai
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Lego Ninjago, Masters of Spinjitzu. The Challenge of Samukai (Ninjago Graphic Novels #1)

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The “Masters of Spinjitsu” come to Papercutz in their first graphic novel appearance written by Greg Farshtey, the hit force behind the LEGO BIONICLE series. Under the tutelage of their master Sensei Wu, the “chosen four” ninjas Kai, Jay, Cole, and Zane must learn to use their elemental powers of fire, ice, lightning and earth. Their mission: defeat Sensei Wu’s evil brothe...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published November 8th 2011 by Papercutz
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Davee

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I have read a book called NINJAGO by Greg Farshtey. This book is a graphic novel. It is this genre because it is a comic book. It take place in Ninja go. The main character is the ninja crew.

The main conflict is that Garmadon tries to take over the Ninjago and the underworld. The conflict is still happening until the skeleton loses that bet but the skeletons did not die do to him creating the under world and if he die the underworld will be no more. I like when the red ninja turn into a sk...more
Jeanne
Summary: This is a graphic novel about the Lego Ninjago series. The focus of this book is the argument between the "bad guys" of the world of Ninjago.

This book's intended audience is children aged 6-10.

Appeal: The appeal of this book is the Lego brand - children love Legos and the graphic novel aspect is unique.

Implementation: I would use this book in a public library setting in the Youth section. I don't think it's great to have so much branding in the book, but I would put it in the center o...more
Nick
Fans of LEGO or of the television series will enjoy this fun version of the stories. For those of you not familiar with it, think of a cross between Naruto and He-Man [Master of the Universe], but with LEGO designs.
The book is broken down into short stories, each roughly the length of a modern comic book, so even reluctant readers won't have to commit to a long session of reading in order to complete a story.
The hero ninjas are cute but good. The villains are cute but evil. There are magic weapo...more
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i asked you guys along time ago now why can i not read it why tell me why!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jessica
Appeal Characteristics: LEGOS! SUPER POPULAR, 2012 popular pic, for young boys at MCPL, adventure, NINJAS, humor, friendship


That being said it was a cute adventure...These authors wrote Bionicle and Hardy Boys graphic novels so they are very good at what they do.
George Barnick
The book was very good in my opinion. It has a great story, and matches all the characteristics on Ninjago. The illustrations are great as well, and really help tell the story.
Deb
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Meh. I can see why the kids go crazy for this, and that's the main thing.
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Greg Farshtey is the author of the popular BIONICLE chapter books and Level 3 readers, as well as the long-running BIONICLE comic book series. His day job is Editor-in-Chief and head writer for the LEGO Club Magazine and the LEGO BrickMaster Magazine.

Greg has been writing since fourth grade. After earning a degree in Communications from the State University of New York at Geneseo, he worked as a r...more
More about Greg Farshtey...
Mystery of Metru Nui (Bionicle Adventures, #1) Tales of the Masks (Bionicle Chronicles, #4) Legends of Metru Nui (Bionicle Adventures, #4) Trial by Fire (Bionicle Adventures, #2) Way of the Ninja (Ninjago Reader, #1)

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