John William and the Bandits of Basswood John Williams

John William and the Bandits of Basswood John Williams

John William and the Bandits of Basswood John Williams Adventure #1 [PDF] ❤ John William and the Bandits of Basswood John Williams Adventure #1 ⚣ Elizabeth Parkinson Bellows – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk John William and the Bandits of Basswood was revised and re released in 2015John William Drake was born an explorer; just like many many Drakes before him His adventure really began with the discovery John William and the Bandits of Basswood and the Epub â was revised and re released in John William Drake was born an explorer; just like many many Drakes before him His adventure really began John William PDF/EPUB or with the discovery of a book hidden in the ceiling followed by the mysterious disappearance of his father He lived every day in misery until his th birthday A new friend gave William and the Kindle Ø him an invitation he could not turn down follow me and change your destiny He never imagined being captured by bandits and taken to a ship riddled with river rats was part William and the Bandits of eBook Õ of his fate Not just any bandits the Bandits of Basswood; known to be a ruthless and wild crew of thieves Trying to escape would be a ridiculous idea No one has ever escaped and lived to tell about it Uncovering traces of his missing father gave him hope and upped the stakes John William was determined to get off the ship alive and search for the missing pieces of the puzzle The chase out of Basswood was on He took a chance to change his destiny and ended up on a wild ride to solve the most important mystery of his life.


About the Author: Elizabeth Parkinson Bellows

A few random things about meUm let's and the Epub â see when I was eight I had a pet turkey I used to take it with me on my very short lived paper route John William PDF/EPUB or Needless to say I was terrible at delivering the paper No one wanted a Dollar Saver with turkey poop splattered across the front page Apparently that's where the best coupons areBooks well William and the Kindle Ø Treasure Island is a fantastic pirate tale I love.



10 thoughts on “John William and the Bandits of Basswood John Williams Adventure #1

  1. Montzalee Wittmann Montzalee Wittmann says:

    John William and the Bandits of Basswood John William's Adventure #1 by Elizabeth Parkinson Bellows is a book I reuested and the review is voluntary The cover is amazing and I really wanted to like this book but it took everything I had to even finish it I had to bribe myself with ice cream if I could Is that sad or what? Just don't is my advicesorry


  2. Stacie Stacie says:

    John William and the Bandits of Basswood by Elizabeth Parkinson Bellows is an adventure tale for young readers With short chapters and illustrations throughout it’s a uick read with plenty of action that might make it a fun read aloud The story begins with John William Drake age 11 his father and uncle in a room filled with bookshelves When an old book falls from the ceiling John William discovers the story of the Lost City of Copia and learns the key to unlocking it lies in a medallion He also learns that his father intends to find the Lost City and believes that all the stories he has grown up with and that his Uncle insists are fairytales are true John William’s ancestors were guardians of Copia a city inside the fantasy land of Azra’s Pith And he and his father are both determined to get there But when his father mysteriously disappears in the forest and John William is left to live with his Uncle he begins to to give up hope that Copia or Azra’s Pith really exists On his 12th birthday everything changes and John William is transported into a fantasy land with talking frogs hoppers princesses who transform into birds foxes who make trades at the market raccoon bandits and drunken pirates Though action packed what this adventure tale lacked were moments that would make me really root for John William and his new friends in the world of Azra’s Pith Moments that could’ve provided description connection and feeling Instead the story becomes one thing happening uickly after another furthering the plot but stopping character development In short I finished this book feeling that I wanted to like it than I actually did With a title that recalls Robin Hood in Sherwood Forest and elements of adventure a la Treasure Island perhaps it isn’t hard to believe my disappointment Even so this is a children’s story that may be enjoyed by young readers who are looking for a uick adventure tale I was provided a free copy from iamareadercom in exchange for an honest review


  3. Anne Rightler Anne Rightler says:

    John William and the Bandits of Basswood by Elizabeth Parkinson Bellows is a fun book about a young boy a lost medallion a disappearing father a portal to an extraordinary world and so much Lots of action hiding in barrels riding giant birds and being chased by bandits and uirky characters Ferdinand the frog er rather the hopper since the word 'frog' will fall on deaf ears Bandits and river rats a lovely princess who can turn into a beautiful red bird and John William is immersed in an experience of a lifetime This is a great book for kids who like to make believe and go on adventures and adults who enjoy magical stories I know there are a couple of my grandkids who will enjoy this story I'm hoping to be able to find other books by this new to me author I received a complimentary copy of the book through iamareadercom and was not reuired to write a review The opinions are my own


  4. Danielle Hammelef Danielle Hammelef says:

    I received a PDF version of this book in exchange for an honest review This book has an intriguing premise and plot so I went into this hoping for a fun action packed adventure with characters to root for However the book never hooked me from the beginning and just continued to be a telling of what happened I never connected to the stereotypical characters especially the annoyingly condescending adults The dialogue is stilted and forced and the action never really flows smoothly It has illustrations to break up the text and short chapters for early chapter readers The fantasy world is not well drawn and nothing uniue or believable to make me want to recommend this book to anyone


  5. Patt Patt says:

    One of my hobbies is reading and collecting children’s books that is why I chose to read ‘John Williams and the Bandits of Basswood’ It is a fun adventure story about a fantastical world accessed in a woods near where the main character lives The premise is good and I am curious about where the story is headed It has a mix of talking animals and animals who are similar to what we know but are fantastical The main characters are strong but not very complex The negatives about the book is that the story felt a bit rushed and I couldn’t tell what age group it was written forI received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review


  6. Dennis/Vicki Jaye Johnson Dennis/Vicki Jaye Johnson says:

    This was a very cute fun adventure book that is well suited for anyone that can read Lots of fun uirky characters and people A great job of describing the characters; my favorite was Ferdinand I will let you read the book see what image your mind conjures up I definitely think this would be a book my 8 yo grandson would enjoy as much as I did I did receive a copy of this book with no obligations This is my voluntary honest review of my opinionsVicki from Wyoming


  7. Donna May Donna May says:

    Good book just not my favorite I wish I could transport myself back to my preteen years and I bet I would love it It didn’t grab my attention the way I wish it would have and I did struggle to get through it but I’m an adult and not a preteen All in all the writing was good and I did enjoy the pictures


  8. Alysa H. Alysa H. says:

    Somewhat of a standard adventure tale of the Boy finds magical world with talking animals and such variety The boy in uestion is about 12 but the book skews much younger I would say for 8 yr olds tops There's a lot of this happens and then this happens with not much else The writing isn't terrible but I just didn't care enough to get very far


  9. Niffer Niffer says:

    I enjoy a good children's book Unfortunately this wasn't one The writing was choppy the characters poorly defined the storyline bsically non existant and the book itself was riddled with typosDefinitely not worth the time it took to read


  10. Fantasy Flipper Fantasy Flipper says:

    This book is super fun just like her other books It is a heartwarming story packed with adventure and humor and it's perfectly appropriate for young readers 8 or 9 and up


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10 thoughts on “John William and the Bandits of Basswood John Williams Adventure #1

  1. Montzalee Wittmann Montzalee Wittmann says:

    John William and the Bandits of Basswood John William's Adventure #1 by Elizabeth Parkinson Bellows is a book I reuested and the review is voluntary The cover is amazing and I really wanted to like this book but it took everything I had to even finish it I had to bribe myself with ice cream if I could Is that sad or what? Just don't is my advicesorry

  2. Stacie Stacie says:

    John William and the Bandits of Basswood by Elizabeth Parkinson Bellows is an adventure tale for young readers With short chapters and illustrations throughout it’s a uick read with plenty of action that might make it a fun read aloud The story begins with John William Drake age 11 his father and uncle in a room filled with bookshelves When an old book falls from the ceiling John William discovers the story of the Lost City of Copia and learns the key to unlocking it lies in a medallion He also learns that his father intends to find the Lost City and believes that all the stories he has grown up with and that his Uncle insists are fairytales are true John William’s ancestors were guardians of Copia a city inside the fantasy land of Azra’s Pith And he and his father are both determined to get there But when his father mysteriously disappears in the forest and John William is left to live with his Uncle he begins to to give up hope that Copia or Azra’s Pith really exists On his 12th birthday everything changes and John William is transported into a fantasy land with talking frogs hoppers princesses who transform into birds foxes who make trades at the market raccoon bandits and drunken pirates Though action packed what this adventure tale lacked were moments that would make me really root for John William and his new friends in the world of Azra’s Pith Moments that could’ve provided description connection and feeling Instead the story becomes one thing happening uickly after another furthering the plot but stopping character development In short I finished this book feeling that I wanted to like it than I actually did With a title that recalls Robin Hood in Sherwood Forest and elements of adventure a la Treasure Island perhaps it isn’t hard to believe my disappointment Even so this is a children’s story that may be enjoyed by young readers who are looking for a uick adventure tale I was provided a free copy from iamareadercom in exchange for an honest review

  3. Anne Rightler Anne Rightler says:

    John William and the Bandits of Basswood by Elizabeth Parkinson Bellows is a fun book about a young boy a lost medallion a disappearing father a portal to an extraordinary world and so much Lots of action hiding in barrels riding giant birds and being chased by bandits and uirky characters Ferdinand the frog er rather the hopper since the word 'frog' will fall on deaf ears Bandits and river rats a lovely princess who can turn into a beautiful red bird and John William is immersed in an experience of a lifetime This is a great book for kids who like to make believe and go on adventures and adults who enjoy magical stories I know there are a couple of my grandkids who will enjoy this story I'm hoping to be able to find other books by this new to me author I received a complimentary copy of the book through iamareadercom and was not reuired to write a review The opinions are my own

  4. Danielle Hammelef Danielle Hammelef says:

    I received a PDF version of this book in exchange for an honest review This book has an intriguing premise and plot so I went into this hoping for a fun action packed adventure with characters to root for However the book never hooked me from the beginning and just continued to be a telling of what happened I never connected to the stereotypical characters especially the annoyingly condescending adults The dialogue is stilted and forced and the action never really flows smoothly It has illustrations to break up the text and short chapters for early chapter readers The fantasy world is not well drawn and nothing uniue or believable to make me want to recommend this book to anyone

  5. Patt Patt says:

    One of my hobbies is reading and collecting children’s books that is why I chose to read ‘John Williams and the Bandits of Basswood’ It is a fun adventure story about a fantastical world accessed in a woods near where the main character lives The premise is good and I am curious about where the story is headed It has a mix of talking animals and animals who are similar to what we know but are fantastical The main characters are strong but not very complex The negatives about the book is that the story felt a bit rushed and I couldn’t tell what age group it was written forI received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

  6. Dennis/Vicki Jaye Johnson Dennis/Vicki Jaye Johnson says:

    This was a very cute fun adventure book that is well suited for anyone that can read Lots of fun uirky characters and people A great job of describing the characters; my favorite was Ferdinand I will let you read the book see what image your mind conjures up I definitely think this would be a book my 8 yo grandson would enjoy as much as I did I did receive a copy of this book with no obligations This is my voluntary honest review of my opinionsVicki from Wyoming

  7. Donna May Donna May says:

    Good book just not my favorite I wish I could transport myself back to my preteen years and I bet I would love it It didn’t grab my attention the way I wish it would have and I did struggle to get through it but I’m an adult and not a preteen All in all the writing was good and I did enjoy the pictures

  8. Alysa H. Alysa H. says:

    Somewhat of a standard adventure tale of the Boy finds magical world with talking animals and such variety The boy in uestion is about 12 but the book skews much younger I would say for 8 yr olds tops There's a lot of this happens and then this happens with not much else The writing isn't terrible but I just didn't care enough to get very far

  9. Niffer Niffer says:

    I enjoy a good children's book Unfortunately this wasn't one The writing was choppy the characters poorly defined the storyline bsically non existant and the book itself was riddled with typosDefinitely not worth the time it took to read

  10. Fantasy Flipper Fantasy Flipper says:

    This book is super fun just like her other books It is a heartwarming story packed with adventure and humor and it's perfectly appropriate for young readers 8 or 9 and up

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