Il tesoro sommerso

James Gelsey Scooby Doo Maria Bastanzetti

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Il tesoro sommerso

Il tesoro sommerso Una leggenda dice che davanti alla baia di Sandy Cove sommerso un meraviglioso tesoro Scooby Doo e i suoi amici non vedono l ora di trovarlo Ma quando il fantasma del terribile pirata Frye appare dice

  • Title: Il tesoro sommerso
  • Author: James Gelsey Scooby Doo Maria Bastanzetti
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 416
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Una leggenda dice che davanti alla baia di Sandy Cove sommerso un meraviglioso tesoro Scooby Doo e i suoi amici non vedono l ora di trovarlo Ma quando il fantasma del terribile pirata Frye appare dicendo di rivolere i suoi soldi, tocca a loro risolvere il mistero

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      Published :2018-08-11T03:41:47+00:00

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    1. Jerry on said:

      While the whodunnit was good, I have to issue a caution: Some of the illustrations may be inappropriate eye candy for male readers.

    2. Dolly on said:

      Another Scooby-Doo story - pretty typical Scooby-Doo stuff. Our girls are really starting to enjoy reading chapter books. The books in the Scooby-Doo! Mysteries series and the Junie B. Jones series are their first introduction to this kind of story - more words, less pictures. So far it keeps both of their interests, although I only read a chapter or two each time so our three year old doesn't get too bored. They still prefer picture books with fewer words, but it's a definite step forward. Our [...]

    3. Rosa Cline on said:

      This is a chapter book not a small storybook. I have read many of the chapter books out loud to my special needs teenage son and I have to admit this is probably one of my favorite. You didn't figure out 'who did it' until almost the end (like most of them you figure it out on your own within the first few chapters. This one wasn't too scary either. Had just enough intrigue to keep your interest and wonder how the story was gonna end. AND it didn't make Shaggy and Scooby to be really dumb either [...]

    4. Children's Literature Project on said:

      DRA:? Reading Level:Grades 2-4 Lexile:570 The group is visiting Daphne's relatives at Sandy Cove beach, where a historical festival to celebrate the birthday of the famous Captain Frye, will take place. But instead of just having fun with the festivities, Scooby-doo and his four friends need to find out who is trying to scare tourists away and ruin the party.

    5. Alexandria on said:

      Scooby-Doo and the gang are excited about a beach party at Sandy Cove, but rumors of Captain Horace Frye's pirates treasure have the locals acting fishy. Will Scooby and the gang figure out who's Captain Horace Frye's ghost or will he scare the locals away? Find out in Scooby-Doo and the Sunken Ship.

    6. Fiza Qazi on said:

      i liked this book because it has good pictures and it was very instreasting. i like the part when the pirate got stuck in the treasure chest because that is when they finally caught him.

    7. Jaime Contreras on said:

      Sticky fun, goofy at times, but enjoyable. Scooby-Doo still is funny.

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