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We wrote about Minecraft being modified for educational purposes earlier this week, and there is even more news on the game’s cultural influence: HarperCollins Children’s Books has purchased the rights to The Elementia Chronicles, an unofficial Minecraft fan-written trilogy that follows three new Minecraft players as they navigate the obstacles of the game.

Apr 10 2015

We wrote about Minecraft being modified for educational purposes earlier this week, and there is even more news on the game’s cultural influence: HarperCollins Children’s Books has purchased the rights to The Elementia Chronicles, an unofficial Minecraft fan-written trilogy that follows three new Minecraft players as they navigate the obstacles of the game. The books were originally self-published by teen author Sean Fay Wolfe on Amazon, and have been “making the rounds in middle schools across the U.S.” The first of the series is set to come out this July, and the books target kids 8-12-years-old. (KidScreen)