A brand-new format for LEGO Star Wars -- part activity book, part coloring/doodle book -- coming on the heels of Star Wars: Rogue One!
Like the Book of Monsters before it, this is a beautifully illustrated guide designed to look like an in-world book. In this case, it belongs to the leader of the NEXO KNIGHTS team -- Clay. Clay is constantly referring to The Knight's Code in the series, and the characters use it as a guide for how to battle the evil monsters they face. The format is intended to feel deluxe, and as if it's an artifact from the actual TV show.
It's summer in Gotham City, and Batman treats Robin, Beast Boy, and Starfire (the Teen Titans) to a day at the new Gotham City Carnival in return for their excellent grades. Little do they know that the carnival is a trap set by The Joker and his friends! It's up to Aquaman, Batman, and the rest of the Justice League to foil their plans.
Under the guidance of Monroe, Owen and a group of other teenagers go into a memory they all share within their DNA: the 1863 Draft Riots in New York City. Owen and his companions will find themselves tested on the violent streets of New York, and their experiences in the past will have far-reaching consequences in the present.
Matthew J. Kirby is the critically acclaimed author of the middle-grade novels Icefall, which won the Edgar Award for Best Juvenile Mystery; The Clockwork Three, which was named a Publishers Weekly Flying Start; The Lost Kingdom; and Cave of Wonders, the fifth book in the Infinity Ring series. He was born in Utah and grew up in Maryland, California, and Hawaii. Matthew is currently at work on his next novel.
Scott Cawthon is the author of the bestselling video game series Five Nights at FreddyÂs, and while he is a game designer by trade, he is first and foremost a storyteller at heart. He is a graduate of The Art Institute of Houston and lives in Texas with his wife and four sons.
Kira Breed-Wrisley has been writing stories since she could first pick up a pen and has no intention of stopping. She is the author of seven plays for Central New York teen theater company The Media Unit, and has developed several books with Kevin Anderson & Associates. She is a graduate of Cornell University, and lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Uh-oh! Jessie and James drank Shuckle juice. The juice makes Pokemon fall in love with them! Can Ash find a cure? Or will Pikachu love Team Rocket... Forever?
Tracey West has written more than 200 books for children and young adults, including the following series: Pixie Tricks, HiroÂs Quest, and Dragon Masters. She has appeared on The New York Times bestseller list as author of the Pokemon chapter book adaptations. Tracey currently lives with her family in New York StateÂs Hudson Valley. She can be found on twitter at @TraceyWestBooks.