Ghost in Tent 19

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"The summer atmosphere at Camp Tall Pines chills when four campers listen to tales of Captain Bloos. The swashbuckling pirate left a map telling where he buried his greatest treasure. After discovering that the map's X and Tent 19's side appear one and the same, the campers begin a search. What the treasure turns out to be provides a deft twist of plot. Well-defined characters, funny contemporary dialogue, and well-paced action will easily propel new chapter-book readers to the ...
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Overview

"The summer atmosphere at Camp Tall Pines chills when four campers listen to tales of Captain Bloos. The swashbuckling pirate left a map telling where he buried his greatest treasure. After discovering that the map's X and Tent 19's side appear one and the same, the campers begin a search. What the treasure turns out to be provides a deft twist of plot. Well-defined characters, funny contemporary dialogue, and well-paced action will easily propel new chapter-book readers to the satisfying ending."—Booklist.

A mysterious ghost leads the four boys of Tent 19 on the trail of buried pirate treasure.

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ea. vol: (Stepping Stone Bks.). CIP. Random. 1988. PLB $5.99; pap. $1.95. Gr 2-6 These new books in this series have a lot going for them. All are divided into approximately eight-page chapters with frequent black-and-white illustrations that complement the well-written stories. Frustrated by always being second to her best friend Sally, Red Ribbon Rosie cheats in a practice race for the third-grade field day. Students will identify with the everyday struggles of friendship, winning, losing, and being honest with oneself. The illustrations add to the story's emotional impact and the developing camaraderie. Mystery buffs can join Danny and his tent-mates and follow The Ghost in Tent 19 to a pirate's unusual buried treasure. O'Connor's fast-paced story, tantalizing chapter endings, and text-enhancing illustrations will entice even reluctant readers. Skurzynski's The Minstrel in the Tower takes place in France in 1195. Alice, 8, and her 11-year-old brother Roger set out to find their Uncle Raimond. The finely detailed illustrations help set the mood of this fine introduction to both historical fiction and the Middle Ages. Three books of high quality, sure to provide middle grade readers with entertaining reading. Gale W. Sherman, Pocatello Public Library, Idaho
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780833527677
  • Publisher: San Val, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 10/28/1999
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.21 (w) x 7.76 (h) x 0.45 (d)

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