The Arrow That Would Not Miss [NOOK Book]

Overview

While rock climbing in the Smokies, Jeep Muldoon, "the boy who finds things", unearths an ancient relic of the Cherokee people. A friendly medicine man identifies the priceless ruby-tipped artifact as "The Arrow That Would Not Miss". Now Jeep and his pals must outwit shapeshifting Thunderbirds, a middle school bully, a Science Fair rival and raid the Cherokee Casino in their wildest adventure yet!

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The Arrow That Would Not Miss

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Overview

While rock climbing in the Smokies, Jeep Muldoon, "the boy who finds things", unearths an ancient relic of the Cherokee people. A friendly medicine man identifies the priceless ruby-tipped artifact as "The Arrow That Would Not Miss". Now Jeep and his pals must outwit shapeshifting Thunderbirds, a middle school bully, a Science Fair rival and raid the Cherokee Casino in their wildest adventure yet!

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011283956
  • Publisher: Matt Musson
  • Publication date: 4/7/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 128,299
  • File size: 474 KB

Meet the Author

Matt Musson is the creator of the Jeep Muldoon series about a boy with the unusual ability to 'Find Things.' Jeep and his pals solve mysteries and have adventures, usually with a scientific orientation. But, ultimately, Jeep's stories are about friendship and fun!


Matt has also written the acclaimed sports novel: The '51 Rocks - Batboy on the Worst Team Ever! The '51 Rocks is a fictional account of the true story of the 1951 Granite Falls Graniteers. The Graniteers were the losinest team in Baseball History. But, with 6 games left in the 1951 season - the Graniteers signed 5 Negro League players and became the first team to integrate Baseball in the Old South!


Publishers Weekly called the book ‘beguiling.' “There are some very pleasant moments (and perhaps even a Denzel Washington movie) in this novel … based on the incredible true story of the worst team in Baseball History that became the first Southern team to break the color barrier."


Matt was born in Austin, TX and grew up in San Antonio. He earned two degrees at the University of Texas and moved east to work for Ross Perot as a Systems Analyst. He has developed systems for Planters Peanuts, LifeSavers Candies, Sara Lee, and Bank of America.


Matt is currently in North Carolina developing banking software and working part-time for the Charlotte Bobcats. He has four incredible children: Skye, McClain, Granath, and Chandler. Matt collects vintage rodeo belt buckles and Indian jewelry when he is not prospecting for Carolina gold and emeralds.


He is a contributing author to the non-fiction anthology Sports in the Carolinas: From Death Valley to Tobacco Road.


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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2011

    ADVENTURE FOR BOYS!!

    Don't we all want a treehouse on the Internet? A secret Bat Cave? A native american Animal Spirit Guide? Don't we all want friends who we can rely on when the meanest Bully in county comes looking for our scalps? Jeep and his pals have the kind of FUN every middle schooler dreams about!

    Don't miss The Arrow That Would Not Miss!

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2013

    highly recommend jmm44

    This story will make you believe all the things you've heard about Indian spirits--- luck -- and folklore---Great story!!!

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    Posted December 3, 2011

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