- File Size: 19445 KB
- Print Length: 62 pages
- Publisher: Level Head Publishing, LLC; 1 edition (October 5, 2014)
- Publication Date: October 5, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00O7FP88S
- Text-to-Speech: Not enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,175,509 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Diary Blog of the Fickle Finders: Investigates—Secrets of a Turtle (Book 2) Kindle Edition
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|Age Level: 6 - 18|
|Grade Level: K - 12|
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Top Customer Reviews
Think of it for a moment, a book about two friends with an internet blog on a mission to find out whether a turtle is by nature fickle or not fickle. Who comes up with ideas like that, certainly not me? I think it's safe to say Heidi doesn't think like other people. Am I talking about out-of-the-box you ask? To be honest I don't think Heidi knows what a box is. I guess that's the authors' unique gift and believe it or not it works!
Heidi's book works well on numerous levels. The authors' narrative consists of a clever mixture of many of the activities children enjoy the most; hanging on with friends, sharing secrets, the internet, exploring, joking around and interacting with some very cute pets, both real and imaginary. The only conspicuous omission to this list of fun things to do is video games, which I think is a good thing. We don't want to stifle or channel the imagination; we want to foster positive and original forms of thought and entertainment.
If you're looking for something different, something screwball, in other words something totally unexpected look no further. On the other hand if you'd like to see your child reading something that encourages young people to use the internet in a positive, constructive way, to ask questions and learn to seek out and find answers on their own and attempt to discern more than what normal perception dictates this is also your book. The Fickle Finders is great fun and I like turtles as well so it kind of makes me wish I was a kid again! What about it Heidi, 'Fickle Finders for Seniors' maybe?