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Sokka, The Sword Master (avatar: The Last Airbender (simon Spotlight Entertainment))

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Sokka The Sword Master


Sokka wants to learn sword skills.
You will want to read Sokka, The Sword Master an ideal book. Written by Gerstein, Sherry. and it is published by Simon Spotlight/Nickelodeon. This became available on the 1st of July, 2008. The paperback book is for ages 72 months+ and is concerning Swordsmen and it is considered fine juvenile fiction. This is the 1st ed. of the book is 32 pages long and it provides you with a variety of artistically colored illustrations. Based on the TV series Nickelodeon Avatar: The Last Airbender as seen on Nickelodeon. It also focuses on Swords.

Simon Spotlight/Nickelodeon

ASIN: 1416954910
ISBN: 1416954910

#1 Sokka, the Sword Master: The adventures of Aang and his friends continue in Sokka, the Sword Master, the first of two brand-new Avatar Level 3 Ready-to-Reads! But when he suddenly confesses to being from the Water Tribe, an angry Piandao challenges him to a duel!   Piandao puts him via a series of exercises in order to prove himself, and eventually, Sokka is deemed a worthy sword master. Disguising himself as a member of the Fire Nation, Sokka convinces Piandao, the master Fire Nation swordsman, to teach him the art. Who will emerge the victor? When Sokka feels poor that he isn't a master of anything – unlike Aang the Avatar, Toph the Earthbender, and his own sister Katara the Waterbender – he decides to master the sword.

#2 Aang's School Days: In the second installment of the Avatar Ready-to-Read series, Aang and his friends are living in the Fire Nation, disguising themselves as natives in an attempt to blend in. Or will he just get himself into more trouble? But when his own beliefs clash with traditional customs, Aang finds himself in hot water. Can he help change the way things are accomplished? Aang is dragged off to a Fire Nation school – and he discovers that he actually likes it! Having visited the Fire Nation before, Aang is particularly confident in his disguise – till he is mistaken for a school kid playing hooky. Readers amongst the ages of 6 and 8 will strengthen their skills with these 32 page, Level 3 Ready-to-Reads, featuring full-color illustrations of their favorite Avatar characters.


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