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The Creepy Dungeon available at amazon.com
Adam Osterweil

An Interactive Game Book written in second person in which the reader can collect treasure and battle a giant blue dragon!

In the Creepy Dungeon the reader will go on a journey through an underground labyrinth, facing fierce, yet comical monsters and solving puzzles along the way. The journey will yield vast riches and rare artifacts, and will culminate with a battle against the ancient blue dragon at the deepest level of the dungeon. The game can be played with only a pencil, and is a combination of written prose, mathematical battles, graphical puzzles, and wordplay brain teasers.

Share your adventure results online by reporting how much gold and treasure you collected in the Creepy Dungeon. Add to the running total of riches received from the magical underground world!

See the news page to learn how the students in Adam's school participated in a schoolwide reading event for charity using The Creepy Dungeon. The students shared their adventures, assisted each other, and traded treasure during their journey to the deepest level of the dungeon, where the blue dragon’s lair contains the most fabulous magical treasures. This book is most appropriate for grades 3-8, but can be played by younger students with assistance.

The following link shows the interior pages of the book so educators and parents can sample the content prior to purchase: The Creepy Dungeon Sample

Springs School Announcement for The Creepy Dungeon Charity Event

Contact the author if you are interested in tips and strategies for using this book in a classroom or schoolwide reading event, or if you have any questions regarding the content of this book.

Adam Osterweil
www.adamosterweil.com
adam@adamosterweil.com

 
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