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Molblin's Magic Spear
Written by Jack C. Harris, illustrated by Art and Kim Ellis. -- Racine, Wis. : Western Publishing Co., 1989. -- 24 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. -- (A Golden Look-Look Book) -- (A Golden Book ; 12571-14) -- ISBN: 0307125718
This illustrated children's book follows part of Link's adventures in "The Legend of Zelda." It tells the story of how Link meets up and defeats a Molblin carrying a magically-regenerating spear. The illustrations are neat, and the story is kind of fun!
- Scan of Molblin's Magic Spear (2.0 MB .zip. Downloaded originally from... uh... somewhere else...)
- Photo of the book and an included cassette tape
Nintendo Adventure Books
Official Nintendo Licensed Product -- Publisher: Mammoth (Simon & Schuster in USA) -- Book #9: The Crystal Trap, by Ruth Ashby; Matt Wayne (ISBN: 0-7497-1544-8 or 0671742078) -- Book #10: The Shadow Prince, by Ruth Ashby; Matt Wayne (ISBN: 0-7497-1545-6 or 0671742086)
The Nintendo Adventure Books were a set of children's books starring various Nintendo franchise characters. They followed the "choose-your-own-adventure" format, which means the reader could choose what the characters did, and thus direct the story. Books #9 ("The Crystal Trap") and #10 ("The Shadow Prince") starred Zelda characters.
- Scan of Book #10: The Shadow Prince (4.5 MB .zip file. International version? Downloaded originally from The Zelda Fan.)
- Scan of "The Shadow Prince" cover (U.S. version?)
Ocarina of Time - Pathways to Adventure
Official Nintendo Licensed Product -- Copyright: 1999 SYBEX Inc. -- Written by Jason R. Rich -- ISBN: 0-7821-2478-X -- Library of Congress Card Number: 98-89151
This book is a retelling of the events of "Ocarina of Time." It basically retells the story, straight from the game, and even includes screen shots from the game. It is part of the "Pathways to Adventure" series, and seems to be aimed mainly at children.