Crown of Wizards (The Secrets of Droon: Special Edition #6)

Crown of Wizards (The Secrets of Droon: Special Edition #6)

Tony Abbott

Language: English

Pages: 180


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The secret is out -- DROON is the series that kids, parents, and teachers are talking about! There are now over 10 million DROON books in print.

Has Eric gone bad for good? The young wizard has joined forces with the villainous Moon Dragon, Gethwing, to seek out a magical artifact that will give them untold power.

Keeah, Julie, Neal, Galen, and Max know they need to do whatever it takes to stop Eric and Gethwing-- even if it means putting their old friend in harm's way.

But Gethwing is planning something more terrifying than even Galen can predict. And with Eric at his side, he may be unstoppable. . .

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united under the banner of ancient Goll. Zello’s armies are far away. A web of evil surrounds us, a web of power and cunning —” “Ahem!” said a voice. Everyone turned to see Mayor Tibble, his silver hair standing straight up from his wrinkly forehead. “A web, is it?” he said. “Perhaps you forget the best websmen in the world? Spider trolls! Webs cannot harm us. Webs can help us prevail!” Galen paused, his eyes wide. “So, my valiant friend. You have a plan?” Tibble smiled. “I certainly do!”

— the wraiths were as silent as sleep, surrounding the village quickly and quietly. The air grew icy cold as they advanced. Using wands that glowed with purple light, the wraith warriors froze the little trolls where they stood. “Defend Lubalunda!” Max shouted from below. “You shall not enter the city!” shouted the mayor. “You will not come an inch closer —” A passing wraith touched his shoulder with a glowing wand and slithered on. Little, silver-haired Tibble froze in mid-yell, his mouth

you have for me?” “A big one,” said Ungast. A troop of Ninns ushered Galen himself into the clearing. He was not bound. But his hair was disheveled, his robes ripped, his eyes blank. “Oh!” Julie gasped. The wizard stumbled from one rock to another, looking from face to face without recognition. “What happened to the old man?” asked the dragon. Ungast drew in a breath and let it out. “He claims that someone is coming for him. Anusa the genie. He says she has called and he must go with her.

wondering if any of the goals in his daydream would be accomplished today. But it didn’t matter. He knew which one was first. Save Eric! Text copyright � 2009 by Tony Abbott. Illustrations copyright � 2009 by Scholastic Inc. All rights reserved. Published by Scholastic Inc. SCHOLASTIC, LITTLE APPLE, and associated logos are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Scholastic Inc. First printing, May 2009 Cover art by Tim Jessell e-ISBN 978-0-545-41863-8 All rights reserved under

Not now. The kids hastened through the passages until they saw a glimmer of green light shining from a room to their left. “Aha,” whispered Neal. “Careful … ” Peeking in, the children spotted Prince Ungast staring at a golden door on the far side of the room. The Kindu tribesmen, meanwhile, were rummaging through a display of old weapons. Ungast turned to watch them take three different objects — a wavy-bladed dagger, a wooden ball with spikes coming from it, and a pair of silver boots — and

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