a great inspiration to continue to build reading confidence on their own!
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A great action and adventure (illustrated) story for middle grade boys and girls who love gaming, especially Minecraft.
Ryan James is crazy about computer games and obsessed with Minecraft. Sometimes he really wishes he could live in a world like Minecraft instead of with his boring family who do boring things like ALL THE TIME!
In a moment of anger over his family’s boring holiday plans, Ryan wishes a little bit too hard that he could be a zombie in Minecraft, and the consequences are not quite what he was hoping for, and a little bit too scary.
Will his wish of becoming a Minecraft zombie come true, or does it all go a little crazy, and will he even get to spend Christmas day with his own family after so desperately not wanting to?

Enthralling, hilarious, and unpredictable, the Game on Boys series is designed to appeal to the heart of any boy or girl. Read it aloud to your son or daughter and they won’t want to put the book down; a great inspiration to continue to build reading confidence on their own!

The Game on Boys books can be read in any order, and are equally loved by boys, girls and grown-ups as well.

It would be better if you knew of Minecraft game for this book takes you into the game, it wasn't as funny as the last three but it continued the story and that's what is important:) My grandson got a few snickers out of it that I didn't catch but it was still a good bed time story!!

-- Hair Ball

Kate Cullen (Author)

Kate Cullen lives on the glorious Sunshine Coast in Australia by a beautiful beach. She lives with her PlayStation addicted son, her Mine craft addicted daughter, her football addicted husband and a white fluffy thing called Lucy who is the subject of some of her books. Kate has a background in teaching and nursing but her biggest passions are writing and acting. As crazy as it sounds, Kate was inspired by her children’s love of computer gaming to write humorous books for middle grade kids in an effort to gently lure them away from their consoles, and sway them toward light, humorous, and sometimes wacky books that incorporate just enough elements of the gaming craze to keep them interested. Judging by some of her reviews below, her goal has been achieved because more and more children who also love gaming are fostering a new found love of reading as well. Look out for Game on Boys 2 very soon! “5.0 out of 5 stars It was awesome April 26, 2015 It really spoke to me, I can not tell you how many video games ozone on my Xbox, wifi u, and wifi. It was a very good book and I hope a second comes out, in all I love these type of books, ‘diary of a wickedly cool witch’ and ‘game on boys’. It is really awesome when people make entertainment for others as a hobby this book was just plain awesome, 5 star.” “5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing!!! March 10, 2015 Just the thought of this Is amazing. It really gets you on when you read it. It’s definitely a book to read. Totally one of the best books I read on kindle. To be honest this is almost my favorite book” “Awesome March 26, 2015 Make a sequel it would be epic if you haven’t read this book its good for kids under 11 and might even be good for 11 – 8 its the best kids book I’ve ever read” “5.0 out of 5 stars My son enjoyed this 1 Mar. 2015 My son is dyslexic and is not a fan of reading but his English teacher told him to try to read more at home. He’s a fan of video games so I thought this one would be a good start and he really enjoyed it! So the fact it is a free book and that it got my son reading are both plus points for me. I will look for more books by this author for him.”

a great inspiration to continue to build reading confidence on their own!

Dear Reader, author’s recently published book “GAME ON BOYS 4” is now available on leading bookstores, get your copy now and help the author by writing a review of the book.
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