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THE YELLOWSTONE KIDNAPPING THAT WASN'T by Steve Brezenoff with illrated by Marcos Calo is another exciting children's book/mystery/adventure. Ages: 9-12."Field Trip Mysteries". The Nature Club goes on a trip to Yellowstone National Park. Follow,Samantha Archer (Sam) and her friends to Yellowstone National Park for a weekend of adventure and mystery. Another adventure,a possible kidnapping,miles of wilderness,rangers,maybe a bear or two and of course the police. Another wonderful Children's ...more
I read a chapter book for this week's goodreads mystery post. I enjoyed this book and I felt that it was a wonderful mystery book for children. One reason I felt it was a good mystery book for children was because it gave hints to who the "kidnapper" was through out the book but the hints weren't too obvious but I could easily pick them out. I feel that a child who was reading this book but be able to recognize some of the hints but would also be surprised to discover the truth at the end. I ...more
Part of the Capstone, Stone Arch Books, "Field Trip Mysteries." This is a fairly interesting story for 2nd or 3rd grade students, or struggling readers. Two girls and two boys make up a 6th grade team of detectives. In this book they work to solve a kidnapping while camping in Yellowstone Park.
Steve Brezenoff is the author of the young adult novels The Absolute Value of -1 and Brooklyn, Burning, and his third, Guy In Real Life, will be released in 2014. He has also written dozens of chapter books for younger readers. Though Steve grew up in a suburb on Long Island, he now lives with his wife and their son in Minneapolis, Minnesota.More about Steve Brezenoff...
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