Don’t open this book without a pen or pencil in hand!
Unlike the other Fablehaven books, this one is only half-finished…The missing ingredient is you!
Begin by writing your name in the space provided on the front cover. Then get ready to write, draw, solve, and create, guided by the many activities inside!
- Draw a map for your own magical preserve
- Color pictures of a dryad, a dragon, a demon, and lots of fairies
- Solve the Tauran Maze
- Fold origami figures of Raxtus and Olloch the Glutton
- Bake desserts like a brownie would
- Create wizard slime
- Make a rain stick or a unicorn horn
- Draw a dragon’s head
- Solve the Sphinx’s riddles
- Mix your own potion
The secret world of enchanted preserves is waiting for you to jump in—just make sure to avoid any deep pools filled with naiads!
Here’s a link to the video of Sadie Mull (Brandon Mull’s daughter) making Wizard Slime: https://www.facebook.com/FablehavenFans/videos/10154288714527670/?hc_ref=PAGES_TIMELINE
About the author:
Brandon Mull is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Fablehaven, Beyonders, and Five Kingdoms series. He misses writing adventures for his Fablehaven characters so much that he will begin a sequel series to Fablehavencalled Dragonwatch in 2016. He lives in Utah with his wife, four kids, and a dog named Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
In Emilee’s opinion:
To be honest, I’ve never read Fablehaven but I thought this book would be fun for my six year old since he also has a great imagination. I’ve read other books by Brandon Mull and actually knew him growing up in California. I still think its funny that my sister turned Brandon down when he asked her to a dance. Anyway, I admire Brandon and think he is pretty brilliant. I’ve read Pingo and a few of the Candy Shop War books and I absolutely loved them. And, I know my grandma has recommended Fablehaven so it must be pretty amazing. Fablehaven Book of Imagination was a hands on fun experience. We didn’t understand or know any of the mystical characters but it was still fun for Eli to write his name in different ways, create a warning, draw a map, create code names, draw a dragon’s head (yes me vs Eli), etc etc. There was so much to fill out in the Fablehaven Book of Imagination workbook. I even checked out a few Fablehaven books from our local library because there were some secret codes to detect. There was something for everyone (even coloring pages which is a huge hit these days). I definitely recommend this book to anyone who loves Fablehaven.
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