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My son started with these, then I read them. They are really fun to read and the puzzles on the cards are fun to solve. He love the online games that go with them. Now my daughter that hates to read it reading them, thank you Scholastic.
Litland.com loves the series 39 Clues, and Peter's newest edition The Viper's Nest is excellent! See our review at www.litland.com and the commentary at http://ow.ly/19lKE . Using a criteria based upon character education guidelines, this book passes the test with flying colors!
My son loves these books...he enjoys figuring out the clues & likes the internet interaction part of it. Great job to all the authors--I love when they work to write books to entice non-readers!
Reading is fundamental and should be exciting for all, not just kids. I won't wait for the movie to come out.
Yippee just what we need.
I get it. A book for kids that don't like to read. Good grief.
Guest sounds like an ad guy.
This all sounds very dubious. Why not just write a well-written book?
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