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The 39 Clues: The Maze of Bones (39 Clues #01)


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ISBN13: 9780545060394
ISBN10: 0545060397
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Obob, December 11, 2012 (view all comments by Obob)
A suspensful exciting story that comes to no end of action and adventure.
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it self is a mystery it's give's me the excitement to read the book but of cores i still don't know to read and i want my uncle mark to read it to me. especially the card i don't know how to used but i like to look at it hope i could have a book as cool as it.
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Very readable and suspenseful, much like a kid's version of "National Treasure." Geared toward kids roughly the age of orphans Amy (14) and Dan (11). Anyone can relate to the frustrations of competing with others who are better off, whether richer, better looking, more popular, more experienced... and how do they know which adults they can trust? But super-shy Amy and Dan the collector (of almost anything) find out some surprising talents of their own, giving us hope that ordinary people can really do great things!
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Riordan, Rick
Scholastic Press
Jobling, Curtis
Historical - Europe
Action & Adventure - General
Interactive Adventure
Action & Adventure
Mystery and detective stories
Children s-Adventure Stories
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39 Clues
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from 5
7.38 x 5 in
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The 39 Clues: The Maze of Bones (39 Clues #01) Used Hardcover
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"Staff Pick" by ,

In their grandmother's will, the Cahill siblings are left with a choice: a million-dollar inheritance or a clue that will begin an around-the-world scavenger hunt. This volume kicks off Riordan's 10-book series, and kids can collect game cards, visit a website, and earn prizes.

"Staff Pick" by ,

In their grandmother's will, the Cahill siblings are left with a choice: a million-dollar inheritance or a clue that will begin an around-the-world scavenger hunt. This volume kicks off Riordan's 10-book series, and kids can collect game cards, visit a website, and earn prizes.

"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Built around a ripe conceit — wealthy matriarch scatters cryptic clues to a mysterious fortune around the globe — this first installment in a projected 10-book series is tons of fun. Lead-off hitter Riordan (The Lightning Thief) mixes just the right proportions of suspense, peril and puzzles in a fast-paced read (Riordan mapped the narrative arc for all 10 volumes, but other high-profile authors will be writing for the series, too). Likable orphans Amy and Dan Cahill have moxie (plus Dan can memorize numbers instantly) and frailties (Amy hates crowds). As the siblings compete with less honorable members of the Cahill clan, all distantly related to Benjamin Franklin, to win the fortune by collecting all 39 clues (only two are found in this first book), they learn about their dead parents, each other and world history. The humor is spot on — one uncle is credited with inventing the microwave burrito. The only flaw? The story does not end so much as drop off a cliff. (The second book, One False Note by Gordon Korman, is set to arrive in December.) While waiting, readers can collect cards, each of which contains evidence, and play the online game (), for which Scholastic is offering over $100,000 in prizes. This ought to have as much appeal to parents as it does to kids — it's Webkinz without the stuffed animals, and a rollicking good read. Ages 9 — 12. (Sept.)" Publishers Weekly (Starred Review) (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)
"Synopsis" by , During the reading of their grandmother's will, Dan and Amy Cahill learn that their family is one of the world's most powerful--and the source of that power is hidden around the world in the form of 39 Clues. The siblings are soon caught in a dangerous race in this first of a groundbreaking interactive new series.
"Synopsis" by , Let the hunt begin. During the reading of their grandmother's will, Dan and Amy Cahill learn that the secrets to their family's power is hidden in the form of 39 Clues around the world. This interactive new series allows readers to collect the cards, win the game, and win the prizes.
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Now the hunter has become the hunted…bummer.


Max is just your average kid growing up in Gallows Hill, a small town outside of Boston—well, except that he lives in a gothic mansion with an old former prizefighter, and his after-school job is carrying on the monster-hunting tradition of his family, the van Helsings.


Despite the bloody legacy hes inherited, Max always tries to be kind and fair to the ghouls, demons, and other creatures he encounters. So hes confused when monsters start attacking him willy-nilly—even those he thought of as friends. Max discovers hes been cursed by an evil Warlock who intends to reclaim the earth for the monsters. To save his life, Max must rely on his gearhead friend Syd, his boy-genius neighbor Wing, and his brand-new puppy for help. But time is running out, and if they cant figure out how to break the Thirteenth Curse, Max—and the world as we know it—will be in deep, deep trouble… 

"Synopsis" by ,
The first book in the #1 bestselling phenomenon sends readers around the world on the hunt for the 39 Clues!

Minutes before she died Grace Cahill changed her will, leaving her decendants an impossible decision: "You have a choice - one million dollars or a clue."

Grace is the last matriarch of the Cahills, the world's most powerful family. Everyone from Napoleon to Houdini is related to the Cahills, yet the source of the family power is lost. 39 Clues hidden around the world will reveal the family's secret, but no one has been able to assemble them. Now the clues race is on, and young Amy and Dan must decide what's important: hunting clues or uncovering what REALLY happened to their parents.

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