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Adventurers Wanted Series
Author: M. L. Forman
Number of Books in Series: 5
Age Group: 10 - 14 years

Reading Level: AR Levels 5.6-5.9
GLE estimated 7.3-8.1
F&P/GRL estimated P-Q
DRA estimated 60
Lexile® measure 810L-840L

Book 1 Summary: When fifteen-year-old orphan Alex Taylor sees an odd sign in a shop window and goes inside to investigate, he is sent on a quest to defeat an evil dragon, and in the process he confronts his fears and learns about his future and his past.

Adventurers Wanted Book List:

This series should be read in the correct order listed here.

Book 1: Slathbog's Gold
Ages 10-14. February 1, 2009.
AR: 5.7 (15.0 Points, Quiz #129070)
Lexile measure: 820L

Book 2: The Horn of Moran
Ages 10-14. February 2, 2011.
AR: 5.8 (15.0 Points, Quiz #143470)
Lexile measure: 840L

Book 3: Albrek's Tomb
Ages 10-14. January 11, 2012.
AR: 5.9 (20.0 Points, Quiz #150841)
Lexile measure: 840L

Book 4: Sands of Nezza
Ages 10-14. November 5, 2013.
AR: 5.6 (15.0 Points, Quiz #164670)
Lexile measure: 810L

Book 5: The Axe of Sundering
Ages 10-14. December 2, 2014.
Lexile measure: 840L

Book Sets: Sets of Up to 5 Books

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