The Sword Thief
Publish date: April 1st 2009
Publisher: Scholastic Inc
Pages no: 156
Edition language: English
Series: The 39 Clues (#3)
A fun way to teach history, and really get kids and young adults into learning. Even as an older teen, and adult, I still learned from these books, and enjoyed the ride along the way.
Where One False Note focused more on the relationship with Dan, Amy, and Nellie, this one centered on the larger family. It was refreshing to see the other Cahill family branches make an larger appearance in one of the books. Uncle Alistair's relationship with Dan and Amy is one of the major themes....
This 3rd book in the 39 Clues series was probably my least favorite so far. One of the things that I liked about this series up to this point was the history that the kids learn through reading it. This book was severely lacking in any kind of educational value. I also enjoyed how international l...
Great! I'm so addicted - can't wait to read the next one!
Okay, continuing with me avoiding writing by reading, and then by ranting about the reading, here's a new review!* ^_^You know how I didn't like One Missing Note? Because continuity with the characters got lost in a cave in austria and didn't come out? Character Continuity is BACK. In Japan, none th...
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