Team Chu and the Battle of Blackwood Arena

Narrated by Angela Tran and Richard Nguyen
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Pub Date 26 Jul 2022 | Archive Date 27 Jul 2022

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A rollicking, action-packed adventure of laser tag and fierce sibling rivalries, Team Chu and the Battle of Blackwood Arena is the first book in a commerical middle grade fantasy series by Julie C. Dao.

Clip and Sadie Chu couldn’t be more different. Popular, athletic Clip wants to become his school’s first seventh-grade soccer captain, while brainy star student Sadie is determined to prove that she can do anything her boastful brother can.

They have just one thing in common: they love laser tag. Like, really love it.

When the Blackwood Gaming Arena comes to town, bringing virtual reality headsets and state-of-the-art courses, they couldn’t be more excited—or competitive. But then a mysterious figure appears and claims to be a part of the game, forcing the Chus and their friends to save themselves from a sinister force lurking inside the simulation. Together, they must fight their way through epic battlegrounds that will test their speed, skills, and smarts . . . but will Clip and Sadie learn that they’re far better off working together than competing for the ultimate victory?

A rollicking, action-packed adventure of laser tag and fierce sibling rivalries, Team Chu and the Battle of Blackwood Arena is the first book in a commerical middle grade fantasy series by Julie C...


Advance Praise

"A rousing adventure and heartwarming series opener." ―Publishers Weekly

“An action-packed tale of sibling rivalry where thrills and challenges highlight the importance of family and teamwork. This book will delight readers with its fast pace and captivating worlds. Dao has once again crafted a must-read story full of immersive adventure.” ―Adrianna Cuevas, author of Pura Belpré Honor book The Total Eclipse of Nestor Lopez and Cuba in My Pocket

“Laser tag has never been cooler! Both a wild, rollicking adventure and a sweet and nuanced sibling story, Julie C. Dao’s middle-grade debut is first on the leaderboard for me.” ―E.L. Shen, author of The Comeback

“Julie Dao delivers a thrilling, pulse pounding joy ride of an adventure brimming over with humor and heart. Readers will love following bickering siblings Sadie and Clip into their wildly imaginative and sinister game of laser tag that will test their skills, their nerve and their love for each other. Team Chu forever!” ―New York Times bestselling author Samira Ahmed

“An epically cool adventure that combines fantasy, virtual reality, and competitive sibling rivalry. Team Chu and the Battle of Blackwood Arena is fast-paced and bursting with richly designed gaming worlds that you'll wish were real. It's vivid, thrilling, and so much fun.” ―Akemi Dawn Bowman, author of the William C. Morris Award Finalist Starfish and The Infinity Courts series

“The perfect balance of heart and action that will have young readers racing to that last page--and then screaming for the next book.” ―Scott Reintgen, Indie Bestselling author of the Nyxia series

"A rousing adventure and heartwarming series opener." ―Publishers Weekly

“An action-packed tale of sibling rivalry where thrills and challenges highlight the importance of family and teamwork. This...


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EDITION Audiobook, Unabridged
ISBN 9781667070155
PRICE $14.99 (USD)
DURATION 6 Hours, 31 Minutes, 36 Seconds

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