Cryptids Island, Lunar Colony Island, Merchandise

New Poptropica Books for 2013

Cryptids IslandAmazon now lists four new titles of Poptropica books, which we can expect to see this year! The first two, Cryptids Island and Lunar Colony Island, are novels based on their online counterparts, and the cover art is already up! Look at that furry Bigfoot! He sure has some Bighands. Now let’s see the Jersey Devil. 😛

Island Creator Kit, which shows how an island gets created from scratch, sounds very promising – Creators, REVEAL YOUR SECRETS! And look, it’s written by Hades (Mitch). Lastly, Friends Handbook sounds like one to be shared with your best buds.

Read on for more info… 

Cryptids Island  by Max Brallier

Release date: April 4, 2013

Based on Poptropica’s popular Cryptids Islands, this illustrated novel follows the story of an eccentric billionaire who is promising a big reward to whoever can prove the existence of cryptids: legendary beasts like Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster. A quest is underway to track down the hidden creatures and the competitors will stop at nothing to find them!

Lunar Colony  by Patrick Kinney

Release date: April 4, 2013

This illustrated novel is based on one of Poptropica’s most recent islands, Lunar Colony.

Island Creator Kit  by Mitch Krpata

Release date: August 1, 2013

Poptropica’s Guide to Island Creation is a first-hand look at creating a custom island Poptropica style. Written and illustrated by the site’s creative team, this unique how-to book gudies fans through every step in the process of creating their own Poptropica island.

Friends Handbook

Release date: August 1, 2013

Poptropica Friends is the exciting new social media component to Poptropica.com. This book explores what it means to be friends on Poptropica and in the real world. It includes quizzes, lists, and other activies that kids can fill out and share with each other. Why not make some new friends with this fun new book?

Lunar Colony

Which books are you excited for? Planning to get any? Check out the PHB page titled Merchandise: A Guide to Poptropica Shopping for a whole list of other books and products Poptropica already sells to help you find something you like!

Other Poptropica books include Skullduggery Island, Astro-Knights Island, Pencil Warrior, Poptropica Mad Libs, and Poptropica: The Official Guide (available as paperback with poster or interactive iPad edition).

52 thoughts on “New Poptropica Books for 2013”

      1. I played Cryptids early because I really wanted to play, so I got membership. I was young at the time, but Jersey Devil was awesome, not scary! I guess I said “Aah.”, But It’s not really-er-SCARY. I must be the only person who played Cryptids and thought The Jersey Devil wasn’t scary/creepy/nightmarish (is that a word?) !

  1. Totally awesome! Me and my friends do those books simalar to the poptropica friend one, so I already have their easter presents!

    P.S like my new pic? I might change it but for now these books are going to be AWESOME!

    1. It’s cool, but as Sticky said, is off topic here – you should post costumes on the Costumes page instead. Also, you don’t need the Spy Island action figure to get the shades; they’re customizable from spies on Spy Island. 😛

  2. Well I really love those new books even I wrote the guide for Lunar colony but… By the way:

    *********************************************
    This is critical. The minute of my time has elapsed
    Poptropolis games is trouble. It will Sink in T-minus 4 day’s
    Don’t be afraid
    *********************************************

    Are you afraid that Poptropolis will sink?

  3. Reblogged this on Poptropica for Dummies and commented:
    This is a Poptropica Help Blog post.

    Apparently, we can expect to see some amazing new books in the coming months. Amazon has listed some Poptropica books for sale. They come out in April and August. Read more for details.

    Dr. Magic Onion,
    Poptropicatologist

    1. According to the back of Jeff Kinney’s Diary of a Wimpy Kid books, his has two sons, Will and Grant. However, Jeff’s middle name is Patrick. Maybe he’s writing under a different name, or it could be someone else who’s related to him – brother, father, uncle, etc.

      1. Yeah because if he wrote in Jeff Kinney then people would think that it was Diary of a Wimpy Kid maybe…

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