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The Legend of Zelda Box Set

by Akira Himekawa

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This book is about Zelda who lives in the mystical land of Hyrule. There are three stones that hold a lot of power, and the person who has all three has the power to control all the land. A boy called Link starts out on a quest to deliver one of the stones to Zelda the princess. This would be a good series for 8-9 year old children. This would be a good book for a English lesson where the students write their own volume of the quest and all the obstacles that Link faced on his quest to find the princess.
  DanielleHuslinger91 | Nov 19, 2011 |
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Presents the adventures of Link as he faces many perils in the service of the land of Hyrule and its princess, Zelda.

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