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Tales of the Great Beasts

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ISBN-10: 0545695163

ISBN-13: 9780545695169

Edition: 2014

Authors: Brandon Mull, Nick Eliopulos, Billy Merrell, Gavin Brown, Emily Seife

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Dive, run, and soar through this exhilarating special edition in the New York Times bestselling series, with a story by WILD BORN author, Brandon Mull.In the world of Erdas, there's a story of four noble animals who sacrificed everything to protect their homes from the ambitions of a mad king.Briggan the Wolf, Uraza the Leopard, Jhi the Panda, and Essix the Falcon. Long before they were spirit animals, the four were still legends--Great Beasts, the most powerful beings to roam the wilds of Erdas.Aided by a brave resistance of humans and animals, they gave their lives to protect the world from a threat more dangerous than any it had seen before: their own kind. Wise and cunning, gentle and…    
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Book details

List price: $12.99
Copyright year: 2014
Publisher: Scholastic, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/21/2014
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 224
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.638
Language: English

Martin Mull was raised in Westlake Californi.and soon moved to Connecticut to attend Middle School which is where he brainstormed the idea for the Fablehaven Series. He later moved back to California.He graduated from Bringham Young University in Utah. He has worked a variety of jobs including filing clerk, movie promoter and comedian. Some of his more popular works are the "Fablehaven" series and "The Candy Shop War." He is currently writing a 3 book series called "The Beyonders". The first book in this series is due out in March 2011 and will be titled "A World Without Heroes." He also intends to write a sequel to "The Candy Shop War" entitled "The Arcadeland Catastrophe."