Wednesday, December 30, 2015

#3rdfor3rd: The Deadly Dungeon (A-Z Mysteries)

Welcome to #3rdfor3rd where I share books that my third graders recommend for other third graders. (Please note that my third graders read a wide variety of books across a wide variety of genres, levels, and topics. Do not think that these books are "only" for third graders.) Read more about this book recommendation series and format here.

The Deadly Dungeon

Book recommendation by Anand.

The Deadly Dungeon is by Ron Roy. This story is about 3 kids who were invited to a castle by Wallis. They meet her in Connecticut,but that is another story.

Wallis tells the kids that there was a ghost in the castle named Emory Scott. The actual owner of the castle. The kids investigate the about Emory Scott and they find a secret dungeon.

I like the part of the secret dungeon. I recommend this book to everyone. This is a wonderful book.

(Note from me: The Deadly Dungeon is book #4 in the A to Z Mystery series. You may want to start with Book 1: The Absent Author.)

The Invisible Island

Book recommendation by Davi.

The Invisible Island, by Ron Roy, is the A-Z mysteries book for I. There is an island in the river called Squaw Island. Josh, Ruth Rose, and Dink swim to the island for a picnic.

But Ruth Rose finds money in a cement fridge hidden deep in the island. Lots of money. But it's just a foggy old island. Who wants to hide money in a foggy old island?

So Dink Josh and Ruth Rose tell the police about it. But most of this mystery is for them to solve. Who would hide money on an old island? A criminal would! Which criminal?

Hmmm . . .

The Vampire's Vacation

Book recommendation by Davi.

The Vampire's Vacation is the A-Z mysteries book for V. It is written and illustrated by Ron Roy. If you have read other A-Z mysteries books you have already met the main characters Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose.

In this book, there is a spooky vampire in town. His name is Dr. A. Cula. The kids got even more suspicious because that spells D-R-A-C-U-L-A! Even stranger, the vampire keeps disappearing into and out of places.

When Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose enter the place, the owner of the place has a band-aid on their neck and acts very strangely. Will Dr. A. Cula turn Green Lawn into a vampire town? Read the book to find out!

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