The Lost World Diaries. An Exciting New Reading Adventure for 8 to 14 year olds

The Lost World Diaries. An Exciting New Reading Adventure for 8 to 14 year olds

TheBarons_Castle_CONCEPT (1)Every once in a while a book series comes along that offers something different, fun and educational. A new adventure series from Ramp Publishing is offering the first truly interactive novels and virtual world for 8-14 year olds.

As we all know it can be hard to pull our kids away from the tablet or computers and they are becoming more and more comfortable in an on-line world making it a challenge getting them to read traditional books. Well now a book series is combining the best of both worlds, a traditional book series and a corresponding virtual world. The Lost World Diaries is an adventure series kind of in the old Narnia style however now as we read along passages in the novels will open up games and quests in the virtual world. Kids can build their own rooms, chat with friends and discover new worlds that can only be accessed by reading the books.

Author Rick Momsen states

“We wanted to develop an entire world that melded traditional reading and the incredible advances in virtual worlds to create an environment that kid’s love and promote reading in a fun, interactive and safe way.” Ramp Publishing and a group of experienced designers and programmers, that have worked with Disney and Nintendo, to name a few, have joined forces to have the first book in the series and virtual world launched for Christmas 2014.

The Lost World Diaries is about two young adventurers, Alex and Dean that discover a mysterious world and with the help of the Baron and Ickbald, Frederick the owl and Wilham the giant, friendly polar bear they set off on great adventures to different worlds. The first novel is set in a towering castle that can only be reached by a long precarious bridge held above the valley floor by thousands of multi-colored bubbles. Inside there’s a grand library where Frederick the owl will introduce short stories and new novels that will open secret lands within the virtual world. Each new novel unlocks a new virtual world and the adventures continue.

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With a new novel set to be launched every six months and short stories unlocking secret rooms, games and adventures set to be released in between it looks like there should be years of great reading and adventures ahead.

Too early to start thinking of Christmas? Normally I would emphatically say yes, but The Lost World Diaries are a fun, unique gift that will stand out as possibly the gift for 2014.

The Lost World Diaries are launching  a Kickstarter campaign TODAY, July 7 which allows us to get a sneak peak at the new book series as well as a fantastic offer to pre-purchase the books and join the virtual world at a great price now.


Get involved with The Lost World Diaries Kickstarter promotion and receive a VIP invite to the virtual world Christmas party with lots of treats and fun for all, also receive a free short story about the discovery of The Lost World and secrets that will come in very handy to help you open mysterious passageways within the virtual world. This contest is only open for the first 7 days of the launch. Closes July 14, 2014.  Minimum pledge: $5.00

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  1. July 18, 2014 / 12:33 pm

    This looks absolutely brilliant! I am definitely going to look into this for my nephew and niece. Thanks for sharing! Mel
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  2. July 7, 2014 / 4:25 pm

    What a great idea to bring books and reading into the 21st century by linking them with the digital world. My 2 are probably a bit young for this now but in a couple of years I expect my oldest will be loving this!x readwithme
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  3. July 7, 2014 / 4:05 pm

    This sounds like a fab series, my girls are all bookworms and they do like to play on the iPad too so what a brilliant thing to do, combining them!! thanks for linking up with #ReadWithMe I have tweeted and pinned this post. x
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