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{The Titanic Treasure: Eric Luper}The Titanic Treasure by Eric Luper
Series: Key Hunters
Published by Scholastic Press on April 25, 2017
Genres: Childrens, Fantasy, Middle School, Mystery
Pages: 128
Format: Paperback
Source: Scholastic Press
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5 Stars



{Synopsis} – Cleo and Evan have a secret. A collection of books so dangerous they are locked up tight. And only they can find the keys to release the magic inside!

A FORTUNE LOST AT SEA!

When Cleo and Evan set sail on the Titanic, time is not on their side! The famous ocean liner is destined to hit an iceberg. If they can stop a thief from stealing a priceless jeweled book — and find their next key — they might avoid sinking with the ship in this historic disaster!

{My thoughts} – This morning I’d been woken up my 2.5 year old screaming “mama, mama, mama.” Over and over again. Usually when she is like that I find the nearest book, which in most cases is a board book or short story book and start reading it to her. Reading tends to calm her down and she highly enjoys being read to. I figured since I needed to finish this particular series for reviews that I’d start reading this book to her.

This little girl never amazes me with her desire to hear a story. She really enjoys books and I am forever thankful that she does. I started the book and she was pointing to words on the pages and the images when we came upon a page that had pictures on it. Eventually I was almost through with the story. I had two chapters left in the book before she was bored enough to get up and go play with her toys. It kind of made me sad when she got up and left me, but I did continue reading the story out loud to her so that we could finish it.

In this book Cleo and Evan go on an new adventure. However, this one is even more dangerous then the last. This one takes them into a story about the Titanic. In this book they come very very close to getting seriously hurt or even worse. Although, they always seem to survive most of the stories without much trouble this one wasn’t an easy adventure for either of them.

They both had to test their limits and find new ways in solving some of the problems that they were dealing with. One of the biggest problems was not having enough time to do the things that they needed to in order to complete the current mission.

I look forward to seeing where there future missions are going to be taking them. These books are fun to read and the characters are incredibly likable.

I recommend this book for any young reader that wants to go on an adventure. It’s an added bonus if they enjoy reading stories about the titanic.