Do your kids like video games? Do you? Any games? Ah I have found that mine do! We don’t play often but when we do, we love them. But could you imagine being trapped in one??
This book series is aimed towards kids ages 9-12. My son started reading them at age 8 and loves them. They’re funny, entertaining and even I enjoyed listening to him read them to me. He read them so quickly along with this book, which has the same general concept and is great for boys & girls.
By the way, Pokemon Go is mentioned with this series. And.. it’s pretty cheap too.
Trapped in a Video Game Series:
- Trapped in a Video Game: Book One
- Jesse Rigsby doesn’t even like video games. Yet, here he is with a blaster stuck to his arm, a man-sized praying mantis thing chasing him and…is that the Statue of Liberty taking off like a rocket ship? Something weird is going on, and Jesse had better figure out what it is fast, because he’s about to be trapped for good.
- Trapped in a Video Game: Book Two
- Jesse Rigsby is on a mission to save his friend Mark, but first he’s got to shake the Bigfoot chasing him through the school library. And then there’s the velociraptor in the bathroom. Oh yeah, don’t forget about the ginormous flame-throwing bat in the cafeteria. Jesse’s trapped in the invisible world of Go Wild – a Pokemon Go-style mobile game – and if he doesn’t solve the mystery of what happened to Mark soon, he’s never getting back out.
- Trapped in a Video Game: Book Three
- The robots are here, and they’re not happy. At all. After accidentally releasing the robot villains from Super Bot World 3 into the real world, Jesse Rigsby’s got to figure out a way to make everything right before anyone gets hurt. He’d usually rely on his friend Eric Conrad to help with this sort of thing, but Eric’s gone missing. To find Eric, Jesse will have to survive rickety minecarts, sewer piranhas, mysterious men in suits and a 100-foot-tall robot named Goliatron. This is Jesse’s most dangerous adventure yet because this time the video game is real. And in the real world, there are no extra lives.
- Trapped in a Video Game: Book Four
- Alistair Gregory, the man who figured out how to put people into video games, is not what he seems. Jesse Rigsby is sure of that. Jesse’s sure of something else too — he’s being watched. To unravel the mystery, Jesse’s going to have to transform himself into a superspy with serious retro gaming skills. Can he pull it off before the bad guys catch on?
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Have you read them?
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Where is your favorite place to read? In bed? On the couch? At the park?
We read everywhere!! The park is distracting though, we want to go run and play. I think our favorite place to read is on the one of these chairs, or our hanging chair, with a big, soft, comfy blanket.
Have you read any other books like this? Let us know!!
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