Series: Scholastic Minecraft Handbooks

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Minecraft: Combat Handbook (Updated Edition): An Official Mojang Book by Stephanie Milton
Minecraft: Essential Handbook (Updated Edition): An Official Mojang Book by Stephanie Milton
Minecraft: Essential Handbook: An Official Mojang Book by Stephanie MiltonBook 1
Minecraft: Redstone Handbook (Updated Edition): An Official Mojang Book by Nick Farwell
Minecraft: Redstone Handbook: An Official Mojang Book by Nick FarwellBook 2
Minecraft: Construction Handbook: An Official Mojang Book by Matthew NeedlerBook 3
Minecraft: Combat Handbook: An Official Mojang Book by Stephanie MiltonBook 4
Minecraft: The Complete Handbook Collection by Stephanie MiltonBooks 1-4

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  1. The Ultimate Player's Guide to Minecraft by Stephen O'Brien (2013)
  2. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Double Down by Jeff Kinney (2016)
  3. Minecraft For Dummies by Jacob Cordeiro (2013)
  4. The Endermen Invasion: An Unofficial Gamer's Adventure, Book Three by Winter Morgan (2014)
  5. The Quest for the Diamond Sword: An Unofficial Gamer’s Adventure, Book One by Winter Morgan (2014)
  6. Hacks for Minecrafters: Master Builder: The Unofficial Guide to Tips and Tricks That Other Guides Won't Teach You by Megan Miller (2014)
  7. Minecraft Creator Markus "Notch" Persson (Stem Trailblazer Bios) by Kari Cornell (2016)
  8. Minecraft: The Survivors' Book of Secrets: An Official Mojang Book by Mojang AB (2016)
  9. Unofficial Minecraft Lab for Kids: Family-Friendly Projects for Exploring and Teaching Math, Science, History, and Culture Through Creative Building (Hands-On Family) by John Miller (2016)
  10. Dog Man by Dav Pilkey (2016)
    Same series: Dog Man Unleashed (Dog Man)
  11. I Survived the Destruction of Pompeii, AD 79 by Lauren Tarshis (2014)
  12. Darth Paper Strikes Back: An Origami Yoda Book by Tom Angleberger (2011)
  13. Star Wars: Jedi Academy by Jeffrey Brown (2013)
  14. Arcade Fever: The Fan's Guide to the Golden Age of Video Games by John Sellers (2001)
  15. Wild Born by Brandon Mull (2013)

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