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The Mystery of the Whistling Caves: Book 1 (Adventure Island) (edition 2011)

by Helen Moss (Author), Leo Hartas (Illustrator)

Series: Adventure Island (1)

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When Scott and Jack Carter have to stay with their great aunt for the summer they steel themselves for the most boring holiday ever. But then they meet Emily Wild and her loveable dog, Drift. Emily shows them the lighthouse, the castle - and the amazing whistling caves.
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Title:The Mystery of the Whistling Caves: Book 1 (Adventure Island)
Authors:Helen Moss (Author)
Other authors:Leo Hartas (Illustrator)
Info:Orion Children's Books (2011), Edition: UK ed., 176 pages
Collections:Kindle, Read, Fiction, Your library
Rating:****
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Jack and Scott Carter are on holiday with their Aunt Kate in Stone Cottage. At first, they think that it is so physically boring they were going to die of boredom. But when they meet Emily Wild, everything changes completely as they investigate who stole the Chieftain's Shield, the King's Sword, and the Ceremonial Helmet from the British Museum.

At first, they find Mrs Loveday fairly suspicious. But then, more suspects appear everywhere; and there is only one way to find out who really did it. They had to enter the Whistling Caves of Castle Key.

This book was very good, quite absorbing and an easy-read, but it involves stuff that only the modern-day-child would want to read: "for one horrible moment, it looked like Jack was going to kiss her. She shrank back." You see, I may be from the modern times, but I disapprove of these yucky moments highly. ( )
  LaviniaRossetti | Sep 6, 2016 |
3 kids and a dog solve the mystery of the stolen historical treasure.
  sally906 | Apr 3, 2013 |
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