This action-packed series for fans of the Treasure Hunters books continues with more historical mystery and interactive puzzles.Middle school geniuses Sam, Martina, and Theo head to Glacier National Park to find the second of seven artifacts—keys that unlock a secret weapon left by the Founding Fathers. The clues here lead them toward Thomas Jefferson’s key, the Eagle’s QuThis action-packed series for fans of the Treasure Hunters books continues with more historical mystery and interactive puzzles.Middle school geniuses Sam, Martina, and Theo head to Glacier National Park to find the second of seven artifacts—keys that unlock a secret weapon left by the Founding Fathers. The clues here lead them toward Thomas Jefferson’s key, the Eagle’s Quill, at a Montana ranch. But dangerous Gideon Arnold is hot on their trail. He takes their chaperone and the ranch owners hostage until the kids deliver the key. Can Sam, Martina, and Theo, with the help of rancher girl Abby, find the quill before it's too late? They enter the wilderness to solve riddles and escape traps that protect the quill… but if they find it, can they keep it away from Arnold? In this fast-paced adventure full of interactive puzzles, the kids and readers must use their wits to save our nation by uncovering its greatest secrets....
|Title||:||The Eagle's Quill|
|Number of Pages||:||224 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Eagle's Quill Reviews
My Video Reviewhttps://youtu.be/enBTkWJl-mQThese books are such a fun time. I liked learning about another Founding Father although I didn't find Thomas Jefferson as interesting or the traps and puzzles protecting his object as crazy as Benjamin Franklin's. I still think young readers would have fun figuring out the puzzles with the characters, and this would be a good series for readers between short chapter books into beefier middle grade. I did receive this book for review, but this in no way affected my reading experience or rating.
This very exciting chapter book is about three kids, Sam, Marty, and Theo, who are searching for artifacts left by the founding fathers. This one is the second in the series and I didn't read the first one, but this one stood on it's own very well. Sam, Marty, and Theo are great at solving puzzles and riddles, which is great, because the founding fathers didn't exactly leave them a map. Each of the clues lead them to a different national park. This one is set in Glacier and so parts of it reference things in the park and parts have historical reference. The story is very fast paced and has a very evil villain. I think kids are going to like this one a lot.
Very creative creation of a contemporary children's adventure story containing historical elements from the founding of the United States of America. Great way to get kids more interested in history!
Engaging adventure book for middle grades. Action packed and good story line.
I received a copy of this book from Bloomsbury USA Children's Books via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
National Treasure meets middle school
I'm 71 years "young" and enjoyed reading this book . The young teenage children in this story were very brave and adventures was what they liked. They went places I would never venture to . I enjoyed the book very much , and will pass it on to my grandchildren to read also .