Treasure Hunter (Pet Detective Mysteries, book 2) AudiobookRegular price $19.95 Sale price $3.99 Save $15.96
A mystery for kids 7-11 that the whole family will enjoy.
Hones critical thinking skills while teaching about animals, friendship, and the importance of generosity.
Hot on the trail of a missing cockapoo, Kassy discovers a mysterious key and a treasure map hidden inside a wall. Just when she’s close to cracking the case, her brother Crispy and his faithful ferret Freddie go missing.
Pets are disappearing from Lemon Tree Heights. With her family’s petting zoo at stake, Kassy has to stop the dognapping ring, and fast.
To find her brother and the missing pets, Kassy gathers all her courage and ventures into the local cemetery. But can she unlock the clues and save the petting zoo in time?
You’ll love this middle-grade mystery, because it may be this generation's Nancy Drew and Boxcar Children all rolled up in one wonderful story.
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“For everyone who’s into adventure, mystery, and a whole bunch of Middle-Grade fun, this first in series does the trick! Beware, you won’t want to set this book down anytime soon.” —Chanticleer Reviews
“Where was Kassy when I was growing up? With jokes, riddles, puzzles, and mysteries for to solve, this series is sure to provide hours of entertainment. These books will hone reasoning skills while also being lots of fun. I highly recommend this collection for any budding sleuth!” —Claire Katz, director of the Philosophy for Children Texas Program and the Philosophy Camp for Teens and Tweens
“Kassy O’Roarke is even more exciting than the Mysterious Benedict Society! The books make you feel like you’re really inside the adventure, like you’re really a part of it. The mysteries have many fun animals and twists. These are excellent books for young journalists and detectives! The activity book adds lots of fun coloring pages, riddles, and small mysteries for you to solve!” —Mila N., Fan Review
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Kelly Oliver is a philosophy professor at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. This series is written to hone critical thinking skills while being wildly entertaining.