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If you are reading this, you have uncovered one of the four hidden scrolls I have compiled about the world of Avatar. This scroll contains all of the knowledge that I have gathered so far about the Water Tribes -- their history and culture and the great tales of their past and present. Katara recounts her discovery of the Avatar in the iceberg, Sokka remembers his childho If you are reading this, you have uncovered one of the four hidden scrolls I have compiled about the world of Avatar. This scroll contains all of the knowledge that I have gathered so far about the Water Tribes -- their history and culture and the great tales of their past and present. Katara recounts her discovery of the Avatar in the iceberg, Sokka remembers his childhood upon seeing their father's old friend, and Aang tells of his lessons with the Waterbending master in the North. The scroll also contains information about Waterbending moves, Healers, Water tribe traditions, and much more. Keep this scroll safe, and share it only with those you trust. Beware, for there are many who wish to expose its secrets...


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If you are reading this, you have uncovered one of the four hidden scrolls I have compiled about the world of Avatar. This scroll contains all of the knowledge that I have gathered so far about the Water Tribes -- their history and culture and the great tales of their past and present. Katara recounts her discovery of the Avatar in the iceberg, Sokka remembers his childho If you are reading this, you have uncovered one of the four hidden scrolls I have compiled about the world of Avatar. This scroll contains all of the knowledge that I have gathered so far about the Water Tribes -- their history and culture and the great tales of their past and present. Katara recounts her discovery of the Avatar in the iceberg, Sokka remembers his childhood upon seeing their father's old friend, and Aang tells of his lessons with the Waterbending master in the North. The scroll also contains information about Waterbending moves, Healers, Water tribe traditions, and much more. Keep this scroll safe, and share it only with those you trust. Beware, for there are many who wish to expose its secrets...

30 review for The Lost Scrolls: Water

  1. 5 out of 5

    Virginia

    Clearly written for children, I did appreciate how it tried to be a good reference and source of information about the Water Tribe and Water Bending. Of course, it is not comprehensive since it covers only up to the first season, but it was nice to be reminded of the story. I plan on a massive A:TLA re-watch right before the new show comes out. (You know, in 2013.)

  2. 4 out of 5

    kuristina- tabreez

    Ahh, this takes me back... Partially because this Lost Scroll contains three POV stories from Katara, Sokka, and Aang, respectively! It was in character too for when this was "recorded" and honestly the whole book was just a really fun roleplay adventure, I liked it quite a lot. In this book contains just about everything you'd need to know about the Water Tribes and Waterbenders for basically all of Avatar (not including Korra, since Korra hadn't been released yet at this point in time). As one Ahh, this takes me back... Partially because this Lost Scroll contains three POV stories from Katara, Sokka, and Aang, respectively! It was in character too for when this was "recorded" and honestly the whole book was just a really fun roleplay adventure, I liked it quite a lot. In this book contains just about everything you'd need to know about the Water Tribes and Waterbenders for basically all of Avatar (not including Korra, since Korra hadn't been released yet at this point in time). As one would expect, the stories which take place in this are all from Book One/season one, since that was all about water and we had all thus mastered it by Book Two/season two. No, but really. I love this lots, it was magnificently put together (though Aang looks a little funky on the cover, doesn't he? Looking a little like a girl...ahem). If you're an Avatar fanatic, the Lost Scroll, along with the other three, are absolute must-reads! But if you come across them, hush... For fear of the Fire Nation finding its secrets... These had been lost for good reason. ;P

  3. 5 out of 5

    (Jen) The Artist Librarian

    3 1/2 stars. Obviously aimed at the target audience of the show, but the extra information about waterbenders such as their culture and tribe are interesting, though I don't know how much of it is "canon" (e.g. the dominant season for waterbenders is winter and most water tribe children are born then). The retelling of stories from the television episodes are written so elementary school aged audiences can easily follow them, but by no means are they a replacement of. 3 1/2 stars. Obviously aimed at the target audience of the show, but the extra information about waterbenders such as their culture and tribe are interesting, though I don't know how much of it is "canon" (e.g. the dominant season for waterbenders is winter and most water tribe children are born then). The retelling of stories from the television episodes are written so elementary school aged audiences can easily follow them, but by no means are they a replacement of.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Eric

    Overall I'm still a fan but the experience is a little marred. Retelling everything you already know is clearly milking the cow. Can't give it 5 knowing I've already watching it when it aired, bought it on DVD, and stream it when I'm bored at work. Reading it now is...well I'm giving it 4 3 - they're lucky I love these kids. Overall I'm still a fan but the experience is a little marred. Retelling everything you already know is clearly milking the cow. Can't give it 5 knowing I've already watching it when it aired, bought it on DVD, and stream it when I'm bored at work. Reading it now is...well I'm giving it 4 3 - they're lucky I love these kids.

  5. 5 out of 5

    M.M. Strawberry Library & Reviews

    Not a bad read for these wanting to know more about Water Tribe culture though it could have used more, and a definite collectible for any diehard Avatar fan.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    I've already reviewed the full collection of The Lost Scrolls, so I'm just copying and pasting the relevant parts of my review from there: Four sacred and dangerous scrolls have been complied into this single book, detailing the adventures of Aang and his friends. The Fire Nation has waged war against the rest of the world for one hundred years, unhindered by the peacekeeping Avatar. Then Katara and her brother, Sokka, discover a young Airbender named Aang. Could he be the one the whole world has I've already reviewed the full collection of The Lost Scrolls, so I'm just copying and pasting the relevant parts of my review from there: Four sacred and dangerous scrolls have been complied into this single book, detailing the adventures of Aang and his friends. The Fire Nation has waged war against the rest of the world for one hundred years, unhindered by the peacekeeping Avatar. Then Katara and her brother, Sokka, discover a young Airbender named Aang. Could he be the one the whole world has been looking for? And will he be able to face his destiny? There are three stories in this, with Katara, Sokka, and Aang each getting a chance to narrate. I enjoyed being able to be in each of their heads, and it was neat to see their insights. I felt as if the writer had seen the show, and I felt like the writer understood the Gaang. There were even some neat little insights. These stories follow the episodes pretty closely, and this book is written with much more skill than TokyoPop’s Avatar Volumes. The writing is for a younger audience, so be prepared for that, but it still is good. The downside is I know this episode well enough to tell when something was skipped over, and it pulled me out some each time, but I realize that’s just me being nitpicky, for the most part. There were also some stupid mistakes that should not have been made, and I’m not sure how they were made, with the writer seeming to know the show so well. After each story, there was some extra content, which was neat as well. The Introduction hails back to the opening of the show, but gives a little more depth, and works quite nicely as the opening to this collection of tales. I’m not going to review each story separately, as my praise for each is nearly the same, and has been stated above. However, there are some nitpicky things I can’t help but mention. And there WILL BE SPOILERS!!! if you haven’t seen the show. If you’ve seen the show, there’s nothing to be spoiled about. To get into specifics with nitpicking... My first real issue is with the extra content after the first story, with the section on the Water Scroll. Sure, the Water Scroll was valuable, but I don’t think it’s as big of a deal as this section makes it out to be. The scroll is legend now? Also, I don’t think that particular bending move was lost forever with the scroll missing. Katara simply had no formal training, and so would have had no way of knowing the move before finding the scroll. The extra content after Bato of the Water Tribe is pretty good, though it makes me wonder about the Ice Dodging tradition, and the marks each person receives. I don’t feel as if everybody would be given the same marks each time, but these extra content acts as if that is the case. The reason I question this is because of the Mark of the Trusted. This book states the mark is given to outsiders, but how often do the Water Tribes really have outsiders come with them on their rite of passage? I wouldn’t think it happens too often, especially in a time of war. In The Water Bending Master, this story was trying to cover too much, and it felt more like a summary than an actual story. Katara’s fight with Pakku and Yue’s death were glossed over because we were in Aang’s head, and those points of the story shouldn’t have been told by him, really. I did enjoy being in Aang’s head for the big battle with the Fire Nation, but there was just too much crammed into this story for it to work well, and for me to really enjoy it. So, I have quite a few nitpicks, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t enjoy this book. For the most part, it was well-written, and I loved the way everything was presented, as if it was some big secret. I’m glad I bought this, and reading it has made me want to watch the show over again.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Alisha

    Same review for all four ATLA The Lost Scrolls: Yes, I love all things ATLA, and I appreciate the little tidbits about each of the Four Nations, especially the philosophy and how that influences their lifestyles and fighting styles. But... I think these were a missed opportunity -- they each contain simplified retellings of episodes we've seen already, but imagine if they were told from another's perspective how much we could gain from that! For example, in the retelling of The Great Divide, what Same review for all four ATLA The Lost Scrolls: Yes, I love all things ATLA, and I appreciate the little tidbits about each of the Four Nations, especially the philosophy and how that influences their lifestyles and fighting styles. But... I think these were a missed opportunity -- they each contain simplified retellings of episodes we've seen already, but imagine if they were told from another's perspective how much we could gain from that! For example, in the retelling of The Great Divide, what if the Earthbender guide was the one to recount the tale. If each "scroll" had at least one "outsider" viewpoint, I think it would have given them more richness. Still, I do love all things ATLA. These are particularly great for kids (as they are simplified retellings), and the artwork as always is excellent.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jerry

    2.5

  9. 4 out of 5

    theziedit

    Love this book, been waiting for the movie releases but i think there is none...so read it instead.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    Loved this story and the artwork is amazing!

  11. 4 out of 5

    B Casteau

    My 9 year old is loving this book. We watched the movie one afternoon and she loved it. It was a treat to learn they were books.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Beck Frost

    The four books in this series were really a treat. They had back story (episodes from the show) of the Avatar going to the different tribes and then actual graphics explaining the moves based on those tribes. Much more than reference material than I was expecting. So, had the elements of the show, but also additional information that was not in the show.

  13. 5 out of 5

    The Children's

    JSF AVA

  14. 4 out of 5

    JOSAIN

    tht is a good book

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sheza 'Shez'

    We see the origins of waterbending and we learn about the culture of the Water Tribe here...another great installment in the Avatar world!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Cws

    JAR5-Ava

  17. 5 out of 5

    Mari

    This was a fun and informative little book. I loved the pictures especially and the tips and information about the Water Tribes. Great for fans of Avatar :)

  18. 4 out of 5

    Noah

    I book filled with childhood memories for me.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Annchan Maulana

    amazing story about five elements warrior. And One kid that choose become the Avatar who have ability to control all elements. Originaly review by AnnChan ^^

  20. 4 out of 5

    CAESAR

  21. 4 out of 5

    Trey (charles)

  22. 5 out of 5

    Xuan

  23. 4 out of 5

    Eva

  24. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Reimus

  25. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Herrmann

  26. 4 out of 5

    Raion

  27. 4 out of 5

    Theresa

  28. 4 out of 5

    Nicolás Samanez Cruzate

  29. 4 out of 5

    Trever

  30. 5 out of 5

    Catharine

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