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Treasure Hunters Paperback – May 5, 2015
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From the 1 New York Times bestselling author of Middle School the Worst Years of My Life and I Funny comes a brilliantly original new adventure series jam packed with action humor and heart The Kidd siblings have grown up diving down to shipwrecks and traveling the world helping their famous parents recover everything from swords to gold doubloons from the bottom of the ocean But after their parents mysteriously disappear the kids are suddenly thrust into the biggest treasure hunt of their lives They ll have to work together to defeat dangerous pirates and dodge the hot pursuit by an evil treasure hunting rival all while following cryptic clues to unravel the mystery of what really happened to their parents and find out if they re still alive
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James Patterson (Author),
Chris Grabenstein (Author),
Bryan Kennedy (Narrator)
Secret of the Forbidden City, Book 3 is an exciting thriller. Storm, Tommy, Bick and Beck are trying to reunite their family. Their father is missing and their mother has been kidnaped. They must retrieve a Chinese artefact to rescue her from pirates. That isn’t payment enough. The abductors want paintings stolen by Nazis, It is up to Bick and Beck to outfox the villains and save their mother.
James Patterson is a great children’s author. He and Chris Grabenstein have created a series that children love. The vocabulary is just challenging enough to encourage students to look the words up and to learn. Imagine that. They are learning as they are being entertained. The illustrations are very well done and demonstrate action. The book is action packed; what an adventure. Much of the book is tongue in cheek, or exaggeration which lends even more to the entertainment factor. The brothers each have their own personality. Storm is bright and able to think things through, Bick and beck tend to rant. And Tommy well Tommy like to eat. The boys never give up they are determined to be reunited with their mother and father. I was quickly caught up in the plot. I was right there beside the boys the whole time cheering them on. While the action is high there is also a lot of humor. I recommend this book for kids age 8-12