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Skylar Robbins: The Mystery of the Hidden Jewels (Skylar Robbins mysteries) (Volume 2) Paperback – December 6, 2014
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Her best friend with dyslexia is a great addition to the story, as I've worked with such kids and they are often very bright just like Alexa. The 13 year old romance angle was very cute, and I was openly rooting for Dustin to finally show he liked her.
I'd actually have given this story 5 Stars except I felt Skylar was pretty stupid not to tell her parents about the work crew threatening her and trying to find the jewels while they pretended to work. (I still think the neighbors are involved, somehow.)
I know Skylar's adventures are geared towards kids, but us young-at-heart old people can enjoy them too! Highly recommended.
This story was fun to read, bringing back memories of Jr. High and young teen angst, arguments with mom over clothes and makeup and most importantly, sneaking around searching for the treasure.