This book will engage your young reader, while teaching them not to judge people by what others say. It also has a great lesson in it about how spreading a rumor travels and distorts quickly with each retelling. I enjoyed reading this one and read it to my niece who loved it.
A great book that will enchant young readers and keep them interested in reading. Although I am not in this books age target (6-10 year olds) I found myself entertained and wanting the story to continue. Their are so many more characters I want to learn more about and I hope they will get a chance to tell their own stories in future books.
Our detectives are back in this third installment. This time the boys are the ones trying to solve a case. The birds in the pet shop have given Tyler ominous warnings, yet they wont speak to anyone else. Now it is up to Tyler and Mike to figure out what the birds warnings mean.
Adventure, mystery, and suspense set for the younger kids. When strange things start happening, it is up to Maddie and her friends to figure things out. Mike thinks it is a ghost, but to Maddie ghosts don’t exist. It is up to her, Bree, and Nic to uncover what is causing these strange noises.
A great chapter book for younger readers. Similar to the Hardy Boys or Nancy Drew but set for a younger child up to about 10 years old. This story makes for a great adventure.
This book picks up where The Fall, Blue Plague 1 leaves off. This series is in now way “politically correct”, it has a ‘no nonsense, tell it like it is’ way of describing the events that happen. Good character interaction and plenty of twists to keep you hooked and leaving you ready to read book 3. ‘The clan’ is bringing in more survivors and working to reinforce and add on to the compound to allow room for the added survivors.
An intriguing plot and good character interaction. Although the dialogue could use some changes to include contractions and loose the formal feel of the dialogue. This one will hook you from the start, and leave you anticipating the next book.