Scholastic (1999), Edition: 1st, 85 pages
Eric, Julie, and Neal have a problem. The nasty Lord Sparr has stolen a magic jewel from their friend, Princess Keeah. The princess really needs their help. The bad news is the secret palace is in a volcano.
85 p.; 5.28 inches
0590108417 / 9780590108416
LibraryThing member Cottonwood.School
The nasty Lord Sparr has stolen a magic jewel from Eric, Julie, and Neal's friend Princess Keeah. The jewel is hidden in Lord Sparr's secret palace inside a volcanoe. Can they get it?
LibraryThing member matthewbloome
The three main characters, of which Neil is my least favorite, are all fairly well represented in this story. The new land that they entered via portal was dangerous and reasonably suspenseful. An okay second story. Good for the right audience. Even though I wasn't the right audience, it was reasonably entertaining.
LibraryThing member Jcadd13
Journey to the Volcano Palace begins with Eric having a nightmare about a place called Droon and a villanous sorcerer named Sparr. He wakes up and tells his friends Julie and Neal who find with him a portal through Eric's basement that leads them to this magical land. They have many adventures in Droon and meet many new friends including a princess name Keeah and a wizard named Galen. Together they venture to find Sparr who has possession over a glove with a magical gem on it in his volcano palace. This early chapter book is science fiction.
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