Much to my mother’s chagrin, I was an adventure seeking tom boy as a kid. My friends and I would go “treasure hunting” in abandoned lots and one day I was so dirty that I had to be hosed off in the backyard before I could enter the house. As I was reading this book I was reminded of my youthful misadventures and I hadn’t thought about those times in a very long time. For me, that is a great benefit of reading, to go to a place you haven’t been before or to return to a memory you haven’t visited in a while. This is a young reader book. Again, it’s been a while since I read a young reader book, but this is definitely better than what I remember. This was full of adventure and it reminded me of the times I would fight with my big brothers to be included as well. I really liked this story, it was intriguing and entertaining, but most importantly for me, it was fun. I could see this happening in a little town, a town I would love to visit. So for me this had everything I love in a book and I can’t wait to see what these two get up to next.
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