LEGO A Team Divided (Ninjago, Book 6)
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Ninjago: Rebooted! The wise-cracking ninja are back with all-new adventures on Cartoon Network and all-new toys on sale everywhere.
The Masters of Spinjitzu and the wise Sensei Wu are back in this brand new chapter book based on the latest season of the hit LEGO(R) Ninjago television series on Cartoon Network!
Join the ninja warriors as they fight enemies old and new and encounter challenges that will test their strength. Will they be victorious in the battles ahead? Only time will tell!
fresh start.” He walked off without another word. Nya and Lloyd looked at each other. Were the ninja really splitting up? The next morning, Lloyd walked through the city’s downtown. Residents had already started to rebuild after the big battle with the Golden Master. Some people were doing it the old-fashioned way: with bricks and cement. Other workers were laying lines of digital cable. Looks like a blend of the old and the new, Lloyd thought. Old and new. Before and after. Before the
where they were! The sun blazed down on Jay as he walked across the Sea of Sand. The colorful neon sign for Ed and Edna’s “Scrap N Junk” glowed in the distance. Jay hadn’t seen his mom and dad in a while. They would probably have some good advice for him. They always did. As he got closer, Jay saw that the junkyard was hopping. Usually, he’d find his mom or dad tinkering with one of the busted vehicles. The only visitors were crows that came to perch on top of tall metal towers made out of
Lloyd stared up at it in silence for a minute. Then Kai’s sister, Nya, walked up to them. “It’s a great statue,” she said, placing a hand on Kai’s shoulder. “Zane would have loved it.” Kai nodded. “Yeah. I think he would have.” A few days later, Cole, Jay, Kai, Lloyd, and Nya walked down the main street of New Ninjago City. Things had been … different since the statue ceremony. They were still a team, but without Zane, things didn’t feel quite the same. “So, what should we do now?” Jay asked
giant machine slid forward. “No!” Kai cried. He tried to jump up into the driver’s seat, but he slipped and fell on the ice. Crash! The Rambooni smashed right into the party area, crushing a pile of presents and knocking the birthday cake off the table. The dad’s face was purple with anger. He stomped up to Kai and lifted him up with two fingers. “Meet me at the Yang Tavern at midnight,” he said. “We’re going to settle this once and for all!” Cole picked up the broccoli and peanut butter
the edge. It was the big guy. “Let’s settle this once and for all,” the guy said. The pit-watchers started to hiss and cheer. “Listen, dude, I don’t think you understand,” Kai said. “I’m a ninja. I’ve got special powers and stuff. I can’t fight you. It wouldn’t be fair.” “I’m not afraid of no ninja,” the guy said. Kai sighed. He didn’t want to fight an ordinary dad. His ninja powers were meant for battling evil guys and Nindroids. He was about to turn and walk out when he felt a shove on his