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The Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Treasure Hunt #2020

The Mad Mad Mad Mad Treasure Hunt Avast ye scum buckets and scallywags Judy and Stink co star in their second full color adventure crawling with pirates and puzzles carbuncles and chuckles As soon as the Moody family drops anchor on

  • Title: The Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Treasure Hunt
  • Author: Megan McDonald Peter H. Reynolds
  • ISBN: 9780763639624
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Treasure Hunt By Megan McDonald Peter H. Reynolds, Avast, ye scum buckets and scallywags Judy and Stink co star in their second full color adventure crawling with pirates and puzzles, carbuncles and chuckles.As soon as the Moody family drops anchor on Artichoke Island, they are greeted by Cap n Weevil, a one eyed buccaneer with a scraggly beard and a secret treasure map Before you can say Davy Jone s Locker, StinkAvast, ye scum buckets and scallywags Judy and Stink co star in their second full color adventure crawling with pirates and puzzles, carbuncles and chuckles.As soon as the Moody family drops anchor on Artichoke Island, they are greeted by Cap n Weevil, a one eyed buccaneer with a scraggly beard and a secret treasure map Before you can say Davy Jone s Locker, Stink and Judy are racing across the island in search of gold But shiver me timbers they re not the only salty dogs lookin for loot Can Mad Molly O Maggot and Scurvy Stink beat out their rivals, Tall Boy and Smart Girl Can they find the hidden clues, crack the secret codes, and solve the tricky puzzles before time runs out Aaarr

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    1. It s interesting this is the first of the two cross over books that is equally a Judy and Stink Moody book It is awesome Usually, in the other two series, the rivalry is a little antagonistic Yes Stink and Judy are brother and sister, and push come to shove they will support each other, but always with a little teasing and poking fun In this adventure, they team up and are working together to solve the clues to find the Pirate Treasure to win a Gold doubloon by collecting sixteen pieces of eigh [...]

    2. Judy and her little brother, Stink, hunt for pirate treasure off the coast of North Carolina in this second Judy Moody Stink adventure After receiving the first clue from Scurvy Sam the pirate, they set off the discover clues and collect pieces of eight The first to find 16 pieces of eight will win a gold doubloon and a ride on a real pirate ship Judy Moody Stink are kid favorites, and with good reason Here, as always, McDonald has given kids a lot of fun and a little bit of educational info th [...]

    3. This book is about Judy Moody and stink trying to find treasure in a competition The winner of the competition gets to ride on a real pirate ship Judy Moody and Stink find all the clues and some clues they had trouble with But with their teamwork, they find all the clues and win the competition and always know to have teamwork with your brothers and sisters.

    4. The second book for me in this series This time we have pirates and treasure maps It was quite a fun book to read, I love pirates and treasure hunts so I was happily thinking about what the clues could be, even though I didn t get a lot of them right as they were specific clues for their world for instance the sign at the art shop, or the first clue I could guess what it might be, but without knowing the island I didn t quite like the Tall boy and that girl stuff I just thought it was quite rude [...]

    5. The Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Treasure Hunt by Megan McDonald was an adventurous tale of Judy and Stink as they raced to unveil the location of the secret, hidden treasure Right when their family arrives at Artichoke Island, the adventure immediately begins after Cap n Weevil gives them a secret treasure map With Stink s pirateology knowledge and Judy s desire to find the treasure they are destined for success With a few small setbacks, and their rival competitors, Tall Boy and Smart Boy, at their heel [...]

    6. It s a pirate themed holiday for Judy and younger brother Stink as the Moody family makes their way to historic Ocracoke Island, home of legendary pirate Blackbeard Stepping off the ferry, the siblings enthusiastically tackle a scavenger hunt organized by Scurvy Sam, a.k.a Cap n Weevil Solving each riddle leads to pieces of eight given by locals playing along with the contest As Judy and Stink race around the island, two other kids seem to be hot on their heels With a bit of ingenuity and persev [...]

    7. This is one of the books featuring both Judy Moody Stink by Megan McDonald In this case, they go on vacation as a family and Judy and Stink partner up to compete in a scavenger hunt We ve read several of the books in the Judy Moody series and have really enjoyed them Judy is very spontaneous, creative and expressive and our girls love how funny she can be Stink is spunky and smart and I enjoyed hearing how they worked together The story is engaging and the fact that the teams had to solve riddle [...]

    8. I loved the all Judy Moody books when I was kid They were always so adventurous and interesting Megan really knows hot to write books for kids withour making them too complicated or too easy The illustrations are really good to When I was a kid, I would always try to draw and recreate the pictures I really love Judy s cat, Mouse , It s just that he s always there randomly.Stink was amazing character too Smart and funny I find it hilarious that a parent would name there kid Stink I love his serie [...]

    9. How fun to see Judy Moody and Stink in color I think this is the first Judy Moody that I have read with Peter Reynolds notable illustrations in color.As always, the story line is fun and the banter back and forth between Stink and Judy is humorous Plus, there are pirates and pirate treasure What can kids ask for I m sure this will be a hit with both elementary age boys and girls.The only thing that I missed in this one was the lack of educational tidbits mixed throughout There was a bit on Blac [...]

    10. In the Mad Treasure Hunt the Moody s are headed to Ocracoke Island for the third annual Pirate Island Treasure Hunt If they are the first to figure out the five clues to win all sixteen pieces of eight they will when a gold doubloon and a ride on the Queen Ann s Revenge II, a pirate ship Of course they aren t the only ones trying to win See if you help Judy and Stink as they solve the puzzles to find the hidden clues, earn the pieces of eight and find the final piece, all while keeping the ten p [...]

    11. This is not the best of Judy Moody or Stink, but it will appeal to kids who like pirates As it is on a 3.2 reading level, I would recommend for reluctant or struggling 4th grade readers The color graphics will assist with them There are also riddles they have to solve along with Judy and Stink, which gives some good history and language for pirates There are other books that are better, but this is a decent resource for pirate fans or fans of Stink and Judy.

    12. the poop deck it s cool fifteen men on the dead man s chest yo ho ho, and a bucket of fun Mom s review Ben really enjoyed this book He thought it was very cool Ben wants to own this book now he told me to write that Mom, on the other hand, did not enjoy all the poop deck jokes that came after Ben read this book.

    13. I really loved this book It is cute and funny with a great story line In addition, Judy and Stink have a great brother and sister relationship in this book I quite enjoyed trying to figure out all the clues myself before continuing reading, and of course a treasure hunt pirate story is always a lot of fun

    14. It held my kids 5 and 7 attention if we were waiting in line or driving in the car, otherwise they didn t ask for it I thought they would get a kick out of a character named Stink, it got a giggle but not much else.

    15. I enjoy reading books like these I think that Megan McDonald is very creative This would be a good book to use if you needed ideas for setting up a treasure hunt The illustrations for being a chapter book are very good and I don t think that the story would have the same meaning without them.

    16. Judy and Stink star together in this fast paced, Nickelodeon style tween comedy, hunt for pirate treasure Would appeal to fans of either series or even new comers to these characters as the back story doesn t seem to be required to jump into this book.

    17. Very attractive book with full color illustrations A good choice for my third grade Book Discussion Group It was the perfect segue to a library treasure hunt which everyone enjoyed.

    18. Te ense a una importante lecci n que muchos de nosotros no practicamos, es un libro infantil, tengo 18 a os y lo le y me ha gustado bastante

    19. My little sister loved this book I read it with her I think she enjoyed the Tom boyish qualities stink brought to the story She could relate with both characters and was able to follow along well I love that they paired the two stories together.

    20. a fun book for kids laying on the payee humor pretty thick they find themselves in competition with one particular brother sister pair I like that they accept that they fluked into many of the clues.

    21. Didn t really care for this one Took awhile to understand what was happening Maybe because I didn t know the characters

    22. The pirate speech has fun to try and the clues were a great way to involve the reader listener in guessing We counted how many pieces o eight they had and needed, plus try multiplication.

    23. Kids will love the clues, pirate lingo, and favorite characters from the Judy Moody and Stink series DRA 38 The series runs about a DRA 24, but the pirate lingo makes this one a little harder.

    24. Here s a book worth owning for a child, starting with the sparkling treasure cover of the hardback at least The gold lettering and gold coins are shiny gold foil, not yellow brown gold ink The inside illustrations are great Like reading a National Geographic story text, or experiencing the story through it s pictures, I can see children doing so with this book either reading the funny story text, or going to sleep with the book, paging through the story telling illustrations.Specs Nine chapters, [...]

    25. It s interesting this is the first of the two cross over books that is equally a Judy and Stink Moody book It is awesome Usually, in the other two series, the rivalry is a little antagonistic Yes Stink and Judy are brother and sister, and push come to shove they will support each other, but always with a little teasing and poking fun In this adventure, they team up and are working together to solve the clues to find the Pirate Treasure to win a Gold doubloon by collecting sixteen pieces of eigh [...]

    26. This is an absolutely delightful book Well written with colorful illustrations that highlight the story.The characters are distinctive and engaging.Judy and her little brother, Stink, follow clues in search of the treasure on pirate island Competition is stiff, and there s a time limit Argh maties time to loose Just had to get in on the pirate fun The ending has a nice twist I didn t expect Congratulations Megan McDonald and Peter H Reynolds This will be one of my all time favorites.

    27. Join Judy and her brother Stink as they head to Artichoke Island also known as Ocracoke Island for a pirate adventure and treasure hunt See if you can solve the clues along with them, and who will be the first to win the grand prize of a ride on a real pirate ship with Scurvy Sam, a real pirate If you read this aloud, you will perfect your pirate voice and you parrot squawk Ahoy Mateys

    28. Judy and Stink take part in a treasure hunt while on a family vacation and learn that working together and sharing are the best rewards.As an adult, the overly childish language was a bit grating at times, but the plot was fun and the clues weren t easily deciphered I liked that it emphasized positive interaction between siblings, parents, and even strangers.

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