The Case of the Stolen Scarab Kindle ñ of the

The Case of the Stolen Scarab Kindle ñ of the


The Case of the Stolen Scarab (Candlestone Inn Mystery, #1) ☆ The Case of the Stolen Scarab (Candlestone Inn Mystery, #1) PDF / Epub ✩ Author Nancy Garden – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk About the AuthorNancy Garden is the author of Annie On My Mind, The Year They Burned the Books, Lark in the Morning, Dove and Sword, Good Moon Rising, and many others She lives in Massachusetts and Ma About the AuthorNancy Garden of the PDF/EPUB » is the author of Annie On My Mind, The Year They Burned the books, Lark in the Morning, Dove and Sword, Good Moon Rising, and many others She lives in Massachusetts and Maine with her partner, Sandy.


10 thoughts on “The Case of the Stolen Scarab (Candlestone Inn Mystery, #1)

  1. Jacqueline Jacqueline says:

    This book tells the story of Nikki and Travis who move to the country with their two moms so that their moms can run a bed and breakfast type inn Although it is nice to see literature for youth with the main characters having same sex parents, I have a few problems with this book.The first problem is that the book portrays a mystery with a lot of danger, and the children are 11 and 12 I believe, and although they are encouraged to not be involved, the encouragement is sort of wishy washy In th This book tells the story of Nikki and Travis who move to the country with their two moms so that their moms can run a bed and breakfast type inn Although it is nice to see literature for youth with the main characters having same sex parents, I have a few problems with this book.The first problem is that the book portrays a mystery with a lot of danger, and the children are 11 and 12 I believe, and although they are encouraged to not be involved, the encouragement is sort of wishy washy In the typical mainstream way, the parents just don t know what is going on with their kids, and so the kids don t have the support that they need to make good decisions, and they don t trust their parents enough to always be honest with them This is the scenario that you see most often in children s literature and in real life, but I can still complain about it It would be so nice to seebooks where the parents and kids have close relationships.The second problem is that the story is really far fetched I like mysteries on occasion, and I like unique twists are turns, but plausibility is important to me in a realistic type book.Although this mystery book was far from perfect, it was an enjoyable story with interesting characters I think it would be best for 8 11 year olds


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