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The Last Firehawk #6: The Battle for Perodia

The Last Firehawk #6: The Battle for Perodia: A Branches Book

By Katrina Charman   Illustrated by Jeremy Norton   and Judit Tondora   

Scholastic Inc | ISBN 9781338307146 Paperback
96 Pages | 5.25" x 7.66" | Ages 6 to 8

Scholastic Inc | ISBN 9781338307160 Ebook
96 Pages | Ages 6 to 8

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This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line, Branches, aimed at newly independent readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots, and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and stamina. Branches books help readers grow!

The time has come to fight for the enchanted land of Perodia! Tag, Skyla, and Blaze call on their friends to help them in the battle against the powerful vulture Thorn. Blaze will finally learn how to use the magical Ember Stone... but will its magic be strong enough to defeat Thorn and his army of spies? Get ready for an epic battle in this newest installment of The Last Firehawk!

Raves & reviews:

A Publishers Weekly bestselling series!
A Nielsen BookScan bestselling series!

Praise for (The Last Firehawk #2):

"The myriad black-and-white images and easy-to-read text make this an apt read for those making the transition from early readers to longer books. The book includes reading comprehension questions and activities to help readers immerse themselves in Tag's world. A nifty addition to the series."  Kirkus Reviews

Praise for The Ember Stone (The Last Firehawk #1):

"The first book in this new series brings the animal fantasy genre to early chapter book readers... The adventure is nonstop, making this an ideal choice for reluctant readers. VERDICT: A strong beginning to an adventure series for chapter book readers, especially those who are not quite ready for Erin Hunter's 'Warriors' or Kathryn Lasky's 'Guardians of Ga'Hoole.'"  School Library Journal

"A promising start to a series for fledgling fantasy readers."
 Kirkus Reviews