Warrior Kids: A Tale of New Camelot
Warrior Kids: A Tale of New Camelot (The Knight Cycle) (Volume 6)
Warrior Kids: A Tale of New Camelot
The future looks bleak unless eighteen-year-old Lance and his New Camelot Earth Warriors can save the planet from catastrophic climate change.Spurred by twelve-year-olds Billy, Enya, Itzamna, and his ten-year-old brother, Chris, Lance creates a branch of Earth Warriors, a youth-led movement designed to save the earth from its greatest enemy - greed.His involvement leads to Earth Warrior crews springing up all across America. Millions of kids leap into action, paralyzing the country and alarming the rich and powerful.Having adopted his father's philosophy of doing what's right, rather than what's easy, Lance makes serious enemies when he calls out New Camelot donors who represent fossil fuel or other polluting industries, and then barely escapes a series of "accidents" designed to kill him.When he challenges the United States Congress to step up and act immediately on the climate crisis, the attacks on him escalate. With the majority of America's kids on his side, Lance and his young Earth Warriors prepare for the United Nations Conference of the Parties in Paris, where they will call upon world leaders to stop talking about sustainability and start acting on it.But whoever wants him dead isn't giving up. Will Lance and his crew live long enough to even get to Paris?Warrior Kids is a standalone tale set within The Lance Chronicles universe.Finalist in the 2015 Wishing Shelf Book AwardsHonorable Mention in 2015 The New England Book FestivalHonorable Mention in the 2015 London Book Festival

Book Details


  • Adventure
  • Environment

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up

Warrior Kids: A Tale of New Camelot is a thought-provoking book. Eighteen-year-old King Lance of New Camelot is working with his knights to make the world a better place for the children of the future. With so many things polluting Earth, Lance and many other kids are worried about the future of the planet. If pollution continues as it has been, then the Earth of the future will be hard to live on. 

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