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Now Museum, Now You Don't

(Desmond Cole Ghost Patrol #9)

4.03  ·  Rating details ·  31 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Desmond Cole goes on a field trip to the museum in the ninth book of the Desmond Cole Ghost Patrol series!

Museums are great places to see really old stuff. The Kersville Museum has old paintings, old statues, and even old mummies that come with old curses. Sounds like a perfectly safe place to visit for family fun.

Until the mummies start to disappear!

With easy-to-read lan
Paperback, 128 pages
Published October 1st 2019 by Little Simon
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Eleanor says: I like ancient Egypt and this book involved in ancient Egypt. Sorry, but they didn’t go back in time. The mummies came alive.

Momma says: probably my favorite of the series so far because we love ancient Egypt and anything with mummies is a winner in my book.
Jun 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This series has my 8 year old son stoked to read. Book #9 did not disappoint him as he read it cover to cover within an hour. The illustrations are still fun and silly and the jokes had him laughing out loud! He finished the last page with a sigh and a smile and said "Mom, this is another 5 star on Goodreads."
The first book Elsa made me read twice in a row. Cute and entertaining, with just-spooky-enough illustrations.
Anjela Bugher
I'm a huge fan of the Desmond Cole books, and eagerly preorder each of them, but this one fell a little short of my expectations. Maybe it's because mummies are both real people and something used in scary movies - it's hard to treat them thoughtfully (as it was clear the author wanted to do) as well as treating them like movie monsters. Nonetheless, the ending was positively adorable, and I'm still looking forward to the next book!
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Andres Miedoso is still afraid of everything as a grown-up, even after all his adventures with Desmond Cole. He lives in New York City with his family, and he remains best friends with Desmond but returns to Kersville only when he's needed.

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