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The Sorcerer's Apprentice Junior Novel

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The junior novel is a 144-page retelling of the blockbuster film, The Socerer's Apprentice. Featuring an eight-page full-colored photo insert with stills from the movie, this is sure to be a must for fans of the soon-to-be hit film!
Paperback, 160 pages
Published June 1st 2010 by Disney Press
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Andrew
Sep 01, 2010 rated it it was ok
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice was a little fun to read but it was a little boring at times. I would not recommend this book but it does have an interesting way of viewing magic as a science.

The story starts when Dave Stutter was 10 years old and he first meets the Sorcerer Balthazar Blake. He accidentally went in Balthazar’s mysterious shop. Balthazar found Dave and noticed that there was some thing different about Dave so he asked Dave to try on the ring shaped like a dragon. The dragon came to lif
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Madi
Sep 01, 2014 rated it liked it
So, I just saw this movie about a week ago and LOVED IT.
I wanted to be able to read it too. So I looked into a book and found that this was the only one. So I decided to try it.
I love the story line (obviously. I loved the movie), but the book lacked depth. There was nothing to it. It made the final battle seem really lame.
And the author changed some things about it. For example: the note Dave gave Becky when they were ten. When Dave asked which Becky checked, friend or girlfriend, Becky stat
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William Mcdonald
Jul 08, 2010 rated it it was amazing
In my opinion, this is an outstanding book, and it should have a broad range of appeal. I think it's not necessarily a book complex enough for older generations, but it still has an impeccable charm.

The ideal age group could be people ages 8 through 20.

Through reading this book, I learned that the greatest obstacle to my own progress is often myself, and I can change that by mind power alone.
Kelsey Zielke
May 27, 2015 rated it it was ok
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Had a good plot, but the overall story was weak. I watched the movie after and it was even worse.
Maysaloon Abu-Zaglan
i love the book and the movie as well.
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very good book i loved it
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