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Triple Threat: Their First Three Misadventures: Rare Beasts, Tourist Trap, Under Town (Edgar & Ellen Series)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2007

    So much fun to read

    I'm 34 years old and hooked on this series. I highly recommend this series to any age group and to every library out there.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2007

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    This box set contains the first three misadventures of the mischievous twins Edgar and Ellen who live in the idyllic town of Nod's Limbs. I bought it for my 10-year-old brother for his birthday and he enjoyed them all so much that I picked up the books after him to see what was so great. Even though I'm 23, I found the stories engaging and fun. It was refreshing to see children¿s stories that were so entertaining without a whole lot of over-moralizing. They also had a great range of vocabulary that kids that age may not have been introduced to yet, in sentences where the meanings could be understood. As a kind of second mom to my brother I really like to see him learning and having fun as he reads. These would be great books for kids who don't like to read too. I'm glad I got the box set for my brother because they are all fast paced and once you finish one, you can't help but want to go right on to the next. These books get my best recommendation for gifts for holidays, birthdays, etc. for any kid between the ages of 8-12.

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