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Bionicle: The Secret of Certavus

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LEGO'S most successful property -- now in books for younger fans!

The Glatorian Vastus has always been a fighter who believes that being a fighter is really about is having the best moves, being the fastest, being the most agile or knowing the best tricks. Then he goes on a search for a legendary scroll.

Along the way he encounters moments where his tricks aren't enough, and
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Paperback, 32 pages
Published March 1st 2009 by Scholastic Inc.
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James McIntosh
Dec 27, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Hardcore Bionicle fans of any age; Young children
I have become fascinated by the whole Bionicle story and am trying to collect everything that gives more of it. If you are not somewhat familiar with that characters in the later part of the story line, you might find yourself mildly confused in this book. But they do some explaining so maybe not. Either way, I think it is good for a young children's book. Just keep in mind that it is that. (And maybe read it with you kids if you have any. I didn't the first time I read it.)
Molly
Apr 21, 2009 rated it it was ok
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I think they were going for a friendship theme and helping theme but it did not come through very clearly. Still a fan will like but not fun for a read aloud or if you are not already following them. Grades 2+
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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
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