• Kids' Books: Kids' Adventure Story Books 8 in 1

  • Adventure Stories for Kids
  • By: Jeff Child
  • Narrated by: John H. Fehskens
  • Length: 4 hrs and 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 01-15-18
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Jeff Child
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (22 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Eight stories, eight times the fun!

Story 1: Ruben grows up on a farm with pigs, horses, and chickens. He works at a construction company, but the appearance of certain animals makes him question his background. Is Ruben really destined to be more than what he is? A pig, a firefly, and an eagle reveal his true identity, his true home, and his true bloodline. His destiny awaits him.

Story 2: They remember how it all started...how the experiment went wrong. Perhaps the answer lies at the school they came from. Sander and Sally find themselves fighting back hordes of zombies and wonder if it is ever going to stop. But then they meet a zombie who is different from the rest. Will this particular zombie lead them to the solution of the apocalypse?

Story 3: Meow is a scared kitten. His older sisters and mother always protected him. He gets teased by other kittens, and he especially a wimp when it comes to water. He hates it! He won't go near it...until a certain event in the harbor village changes his life forever and turns him into a true hero. A ship, a vision, and a breaking dam cause a wimpy kitten to turn into the savior of the village.

Story 4: The main character is a mysterious figure showing up, spooking people out, planting trees randomly, and building pyramids in inconsistent locations. Discover through this audiobook what he has to say about his reasons for doing so and find out more about this mysterious being.

Story 5: These ninjas are on a mission. They detest the inequality in the lands and decide to do something about it. Providing for the poor and stealing from the rich is their purpose, but they are yet to face a true evil among them, another ninja who stands in their way and seeks nothing else but to destroy these benevolent guys.

Story 6: The life of Rufus the Knight is slow but satisfying, until he finds out he could do better. Looking for answers to help him improve his talents, he seeks out the commander of the protecting knight army. Focused on his goal to become a true hero, Rufus ventures for excellence as he come across mean creatures and vile monsters before he can call himself a Knight of Honor.

Story 7: Meet Wesley, a boy with a high intelligence and a moral conscience. In his chemistry class, the teacher challenges all the gifted students to find a formula that can change the world. After heading to the school library, Wesley finds a dusty book with ancient spells and potions recipes, with which the possibilities are almost endless. He succeeds but wonders about the consequences of these potions.

Story 8: Bart the Bunny is a smart one. His brother and he are innocently playing in the fields, until they discover a threatening creature that will bring the life of thousands of rabbits in danger. Will Billy and his brother find a way to trap the wicked hunter with its clever wits?

©2017 Jeff Child (P)2018 Jeff Child

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Ninjas and kittens

I thought the ninja story was great, as well as the scientist kid who terminated his discoveries because they were too dangerous for mankind (spoiler). Good moral of the story.

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Great stories

I thought this was going to be a good book, and I knew it would be. It didn't let me down.

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Great kids books!

I liked the story about the hero who had to do the tests and the big fish when he had to go to the bridge.

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The little bundle of stories

I thought the fourth story was a little weird, with the pyramid building and all, but the first one was truly inspirational for our kids, as well as the one with the kitten.

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8 stories

My kids' favorite was teh story about the kitten. The kitten got a vision about the village drowning and saved the city. The other ones were cool too.

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Great deal!

All of these stories are super awesome! My kids love them and I love them too! Woot woot!

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I can't believe I didn't see this book earlier

It contains so many cool stories. I laughed, I was sitting on the edge of my seat. Our kids liked it a lot.

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8 books is a lot

I like the stories. My favorite is the first one, where the hero saves the princess by self-sacrifice. Reminds me of the Swan Lake animated movie or something.

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8 books, can't get any better!

I liked the story of the bunny and how he outsmarted the fox. Other kids might like others better. I have no idea.

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The best book for older boys

I saw some reviews and decided to give it a go. It was worth it, and I think Jeff Child is an excellent, professional author for children's books.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-17-18

So cool!

Our kid thought these stories were way cool! So much adventure and so much mystery! There are jokes, plot twists, and so much more.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-23-18

Ninjas and heroes

A book for boys, some for girls, depending... and a lot better for the 8-12 year olds, I think.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-17-18

8 in 1

I thought the ninja books were cool, but the zombie apocalypse and the sword fights in the first story were great for older kids as well. Story 3 and 7 were more for younger children. Very enjoyable.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-24-18

Nice books!

Good for older kids. Awesome adventures, trials, knights, ninjas, pyramids, and zombies. Very nice for kids.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-27-18

Excellent

These stories are fun, exciting, and great for older kids. Probably more for boys, but girls would probably enjoy them too.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-27-18

Heroes and bunnies

Very diverse stories. The cat and the bunny story had more in common with each other, but the villager, the zombies, the true hero... those were all similar in nature. And then there is the anti-hero and the chemistry boy, those were more like older kids but not necessarily about a lot of fighting.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-27-18

Zombies are cool

So are ninjas and knights and princesses and castles. There are even some inspirational stories in here about heroism, self-sacrifice, realizing where you come from, etc.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-29-18

I liked it

What's more important is that my kid liked it. I think the last story was the favorite in the family.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-28-18

8 in 1? Wow!

Wow! Wow! Wow! Better than Minecraft or Pokemon or Fortnite. At least these are original.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-19-18

FUN!!!

This is a fun action and adventure packed book of small stories. I let my siblings (7 and 9 years old) listen to one of them and they wanted more.