Into the Land of the Lost (The Secrets of Droon, #7)
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Into the Land of the Lost (The Secrets of Droon #7)

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Eric, Julie and Neal discover an enchanted stairway in Eric's basement, which turns out to be a portal to the magical and troubled world of Droon!
Paperback, 112 pages
Published April 1st 2000 by Scholastic
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The book was boring.
Harold Ogle
The Droon books are getting more and more engaging, as the plotting is better, even if the writing isn't particularly improving. The books still have tons of fragment sentences, and Abbott is really, really overfond of onomatopoeia of his own invention. But the plot races along in an engaging way.

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Lord Sparr hopes to conquer the entire world with the Golden Wasp, an instrument which makes people forget. The ghosts of Droon’s dead warriors inhabit the Land of the Lost where they train and wait for the day when peace will reign again, and they can return. When Sparr imprisons Keeah in a stony maze, Eric frees her with Galen’s help. Together, the children and the ghosts fight Sparr’s skeleton warriors and save the land from total destruction, but they cannot keep the Wasp from Sparr’s evil g...more
While I did already read the series when I was younger, I decided I wanted to read it again and relive the fun. I was surprised to see the book wasn't quite as long or fun as I remember it was still quite enjoyable.

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I read this book in like 4th grade. I loved it. The Droon books were very interesting and sparked my imagination. This was the most exciting one of the ones I read. To be honest, though, I don't remember a ton what it was about. I just remember that I liked it.
They went to some place called Agrah-voor. They had to get the job done
before 12 o-clock, or they would turn into ghosts
this was really creepy and they almost died! it was really good!
Cute adventure story for 2nd or 3rd grade level readers.
Dustin Crazy little brown owl
Loved the character of Queen Hazad :-)
evil undead skeleton warriors
Keli Wright
The kids loved this book
it was scary,but it was o.k.
Saejin myung
theres bones!!
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Tony Abbott (born 1952) is an American author of children's books. His most popular work is the book series The Secrets of Droon, which includes over 40 books. He has sold over 12 million copies of his books and they have been translated into several other languages, including Italian, Spanish, Korean, French, Japanese, Polish, Turkish, and Russian. He has also written the bestseller "Firegirl".
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