The Stuff of Legend, Book 3: A Jester's Tale

The Stuff of Legend, Book 3: A Jester's Tale


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  • Continuing the saga of the New York Times Bestselling Graphic Novel!
    Following the shocking revelations of The Stuff of Legend Volume 2:
    The Jungle, Jester embarks on a solo quest that will take him to the farthest corners of the Dark. High seas adventure awaits in The Stuff of
    Legend: A Jester's Tale

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780983216124
Publisher: Th3rd World Studios
Publication date: 03/31/2012
Pages: 124
Product dimensions: 7.90(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.20(d)

About the Author

Brian Smith and Jackie Cuscuna are the owners of Ample Hills Creamery. They live in Brooklyn with their two children, Nonna Kai and Kaleo. Lauren Kaelin, coauthor and illustrator, is the director of marketing at Ample Hills, the author of When Parents Text, and the creator of the popular blog Benjameme.

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The Stuff of Legend, Book 3: A Jester's Tale 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
krau0098 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This is the third book in the Stuff of Legend series and it was a fabulous one. The drawings are fantastic and the story is incredible engaging.The Indian Princess has been stolen and the Jester is not pleased. He has to break free of the Jungle and evade the Boogeyman's minions to find her. Complicating things are a trip through a village of Dolls who are not as innocent as they seem and an evil twin that the Jester never knew made it into the Dark. As the original troupe of toys is separated you begin to wonder if they will ever find and save their boy.I love this series and this book didn't disappoint. The drawings are beautiful and cleverly done and totally in keeping with the tone of the story. I love just staring at the wonderful pictures, they are so well done.The story is getting epic in proportions and in this book follows a number of different storylines. This is done seamlessly and is so easy to follow that it is impressive. I highly recommend this to fans of fantasy graphic novels, or just fans of fantasy in general.This whole series has been like a cross between Toy Story and Brom's Plucker. It would definitely be too graphic and scary for younger children, but should be fine for middle grade and older. There is a lot of violence, but it is between toys.Overall an absolutely outstanding addition to the series. Now I need to wait for the next book and the wait is killing me!
Catbirdmom More than 1 year ago
Love this series!  Just wish parts 3 and 4 were on Nookbooks. My daughter and I have enjoyed reading them together.  When are they going to be available on Nook?