Treasure hunters danger down the nile book report

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treasure hunters danger down the nile book report

Treasure Hunters: Danger Down the Nile Book Review

No catches, no fine print just unconditional book loving for your children with their favourites saved to their own digital bookshelf. Kwame Alexander. Danielle Jawando. Written by James Patterson. Part of the Treasure Hunters Series. I have to confess a particular fondness however for the Treasure Hunter series and for its central characters the Kidds - Tommy, Storm and twins Beck and Bick.
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Treasure Hunters by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein

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Treasure Hunters: Danger Down the Nile

The fifth grade students have completed their first critics corner assignment. The thing I liked the most in this book was the setting. This book could have been better if the Kidd siblings could have actually found their parents. The story ends with finding the treasure that would free their abducted mom and the discovery that their father is still alive in China. I think the authors have intentionally ended the story here and the next sequel will hopefully reunite the Kidd family.

Rebecca, Bick, Tommy, and Storm are the kids of kids family. Their parents are famous treasure hunter, and their mom and dad is lost somewhere for the year. Their mom had been kidnapped, and his dad was gone to the sea when there was a big storm. They are with uncle Timothy, who was their dad's friend and were CIA agent as their parent. They goes into boarding school and then they see a map that their father left for them.

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I loved the thrill of the adventure and hoped that Beck, Bick, Storm and Tommy would achieve their quest of finding their parents who disappeared while working as super secret spies and treasure hunters. Their family name is Kidds. The Kidds do a great job in using all the skills that their parents taught them to find clues to help them work out how to get their parents back. They travel through many countries including Egypt and China. I particularly liked the part when Guy Dubonnet Merck one of the bad guys broke through the door to chase after Aunt Bella Kilgore who flew out of the window with her CIA jet pack. The way in which the kids acted when they crossed paths with Merck was very funny.

It was published in In this book, the Kidd siblings head on a quest to find the legendary mines of King Solomon and their parents. They navigate their way down the Nile , from hot and dusty Cairo in Egypt to deep dark jungles in Congo , passing some villains along the way. The story shows them using all their survival instincts to make it out alive. Kirkus Reviews gave the novel a starred review and writes that it "promises to be filled with more danger, more espionage, more plot twists and of course more snack cakes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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