Hannah Martin is an adventurous 11-year-old with an overactive imagination and a definite mind of her own, making her the perfect choice for four angels who need a young human to help other kids around the globe. In her first adventure, Hannah is transported by the angels to the Australian outback where she teams up with a boy to track a group of animal poachers....
|Title||:||Mission Down Under|
|Number of Pages||:||127 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Mission Down Under Reviews
Another childhood favorite. I must've read this series a dozen times.
This is the book that awakened my love of reading. When I was younger, elementary school age, I hated reading. It was a chore. My mom is a teacher and she would go to conferences and bring back samples of books. This was a sample she brought home one time. She gave it to me and it went straight on my floor with the rest of my junk.One night in fourth grade I was having a fit of insomnia and I picked up this book. I read the entire thing, on a school night. I hated reading, and this book is one I couldn't put down.One of the wonderful things about this series of books is the inclusion of many different cultures. I learned what a didgeridoo was from reading this book, and I was probably one of the few of my classmates who would have known something like that.Reading Hannah and the Angels is a feel-good experience. Education is slid right into a book a child will enjoy reading. Wonderful, wonderful book.
One of the best book series I've read
A book I loved in my younger years.I have a signed copy by the author on my bookshelf!