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The Wizard's Apprentice (The Keepers #2)

3.78  ·  Rating Details  ·  297 Ratings  ·  20 Reviews
CAN THEY ALL SURVIVE?

Princess Arenelle has done what no other girl in the history of Eldearth has done! She has completed the Quest to become the next Imperial Wizard, Keeper of the Light that protects Eldearth from Evil. Soon she will be apprenticed to the current Keeper, and her training will begin.

Or will it? When Arenelle's father, King Einar, discovers that he has

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Paperback, 192 pages
Published December 1st 2003 by Aladdin
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Simone
May 11, 2015 Simone rated it it was amazing
The kids (6yo and 8yo) have been listening to this series in the car. All three of us agree, Nell rocks and JFK (the author) is the real wizard. In addition to taking the kids and I on a great adventure, this series has prompted the kids to evaluate long held traditions (in the book) that are called into question in the series. Things like gender inequality, socio-inequality, racial and ethnic bias/prejudice and cultural ignorance are all woven through the story with the main characters question ...more
Reagan
Feb 16, 2014 Reagan rated it it was amazing
I love this book so much I could go as wild as a buffalo! I love this book way more then I like all my other ones.

In this story lord Tammon puts Nell and Owen into jail. They are confused because usually lord Tammon is really nice but right now he is sort of mean to them.
To find out if lord Tammon is bad to them in the whole story you can just read the book.

At the palce of light Nell's little dragon Minna is really hurt and Nell is so worried that she might die. Nell's other dragon Beauty is hu
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Christy
Sep 10, 2013 Christy rated it really liked it
Shelves: corben
Nell is a princess who longs to be the imperial wizard and seems to have everything it takes...accept for the fact that she's a girl and doesn't carry "the mark". She's even completed the impossible quest (book 1) that no one else has ever managed to finish. So just when they are about to give in and have the King lay his mantle upon her, giving her permission to pursue the apprenticeship, of course they'd find out she has a twin brother! When they discover he's been kidnapped Nell takes it upon ...more
Mark Dewey
May 11, 2010 Mark Dewey rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fantasy, juvenile, audio
It's difficult to decide how to rate this book, but I did like the first one more—maybe because it had more magic in it. I know that's a simple reason, but magic adds color to a book, and that's something I value highly (maybe it has something to do with being colorblind)—probably because it's easier to have some expression on my face at the end of the day than if I had read something mundane or colorless. It's not that I don't appreciate the normal things—it's just that I'm particularly fond of ...more
M.
Jan 19, 2013 M. rated it liked it
Book 2 of The Keepers series. Princess Nell of Eldearth has completed the quest to become the next apprentice to the Imperial Wizard, but she's still a girl and she has to convince her father that she's worthy. Just about as that is to happen, King Einar finds out he has a long-hidden son, Nell's twin, and that changes everything. The boy disappears, the evil Lord Graieconn's forces attack the king's army, and Nell goes to the rescue. Along the way she meets imps, flying humanoids, and not-quite ...more
Rebecca
Feb 28, 2010 Rebecca rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fantasy
Eleven-year-old Nell has done the unthinkable -- she has completed the quest to meet the Imperial Wizard, something no girl in her land of Eldearth has ever accomplished. Now, she may be able to become the next Imperial Wizard. But there is still much standing in her way. She has always thought that she was the only child and heir of her father, the King of Xandria, one of the kingdoms of Eldearth. But she learns she has a twin brother, Owen, who was hidden away at birth. Now her father refuses ...more
Nancy
Jan 22, 2016 Nancy rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The narration was very good. The descriptions of the places in the story were very vivid. The books are fairly short. I have listened to two out of three of the books, and the library doesn't have the third book.
D-lyn
May 25, 2008 D-lyn rated it really liked it
Read all of the Keeper books!
Fun adventure and magical! I loved that this girl is has so much carisma, determination and brains!
Dawnetta
Jan 19, 2008 Dawnetta rated it really liked it
Shelves: childrenlit, 8-and-up
This is a great read about a girl trying to make her way in a man's world...Fun for boys and girls and adults.
Katrina Thompson
Apr 09, 2013 Katrina Thompson rated it it was amazing
the seond book is even better than the first it had lots of things that would keep me wanting to read it.
Chaya Anderson
Jul 10, 2008 Chaya Anderson rated it it was amazing
Super cute book, I thought that I would read them to Tori. It is an easy read so it did not take me forever.
Maria
Sep 28, 2008 Maria rated it really liked it
Continue the journey of Nell as she tries to become the first female keeper of the scepter.
Olivia
Feb 18, 2010 Olivia rated it it was ok
A boy learning to be a apprentice, good book i suppose but not the best, also not a recommendation.
Elley Burgess
Oct 13, 2007 Elley Burgess rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: any1
I loved it it was exhilirating and got me i8nterested straight away!
Nadine
Apr 17, 2013 Nadine rated it really liked it
i love Pim and Dongh and Gruit
Tessa
May 24, 2008 Tessa rated it it was amazing
good book alert!good book alert!
Alana
Oct 26, 2009 Alana rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2009
can't wait for the next one!!
Kristen
Aug 21, 2011 Kristen rated it liked it
Shelves: fantasy
Quick, fun read
Emma P
Oct 25, 2010 Emma P rated it really liked it
Very good also
Emily Elisabeth
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I PIM!! ...more
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Jackie French Koller (born 1948) is an American author of picture books, chapter books, and novels for children and young adults. She lives and writes in western Massachusetts.

Koller is also an accomplished painter. Her interest in art inspired her to open The Little Black Dog Gallery in Westfield, Massachusetts.

Koller's young-adult novel If I Had One Wish was adapted into a Disney Channel Origina
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