Ricky cannot imagine anything worse than having to take care of his younger brother Joel at summer camp, until it appears that ghosts of massacred American Indians are haunting their campsite....
|Title||:||The Mystery Tribe Of Camp Blackeagle|
|Number of Pages||:||471 Pages|
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The Mystery Tribe Of Camp Blackeagle Reviews
I laughed my way through this. Literally...I can't even rembmer the last time I laughed OUT LOUD from a book. Not just a little smirk, but a laugh where you have to stop reading, cover your face with the book, and wait until you calm down. Suffice to say my siblings looked at me a little strange (my mom didn't even notice anything unusual :D). A simple sentence sent me into giggles, like this one:"Joel!" I yelled. "Time to throw away your teddy bear!" And your wondering why it is so funny. Join my family. Lol. But it does make more sense if you read the book ;)"Mr. Vanderhoek is probably still trying to work up Ted." Ted Weibe was one of the youngest counselors; we all knew he loved sleeping. Once the counselors had taken us to an educational movie on African animals. When we left, Ted was still in the front row, snoring away." I literally choked at that one! Even the authors minor characters have unique characteristics."Mike, who's going to get the dumbest-joke-of-the-week award?""Probably Counselor Ted. He'll ask why the Cadet crossed the road."A couple pages later...Counselor Ted said, "Why did the Cadet cross the road?" We all shouted back, "To get the chicken!" Then we hooted at Counselor Ted. Every time we go camping, he forgets he's already told that one.So yeah, I didn't think a camping trip would be so humorous, and I liked this one more than the last one I read. All the talk of indian spirits and such was a little weird, and it was also a little cheesy the reason behind it, but I probably enjoyed it more than the age group it is geared for! The spiritual aspect was more profound in this book and I like how every night at the campsite they had a time of prayer and a little devotional.
Ricky and his friends are at camp and are busy playing pranks on each other. Ricky also to keep an eye on his younger brother who has a penchant for getting into trouble and disappearing. Also scary things have been happening at camp that are unusual. The boys learn about reverence for God and his protection and caring for his creation. This is a fun book for boys to read but I'm sure others will enjoy it too.
Love this series for kids. The main reason is that the author never forgets to include God and prayer in the story. The more suspense and adventure in the story, all the more reason to have prayer time.This was a particularly good book in the series, as the characters had no one to rely in their woods, except their faith in God.
A church camping trip turns dangerous when it appears Ricky and his friends are camping in a haunted campground. But have they really angered an ancient tribe? Another excellent mystery that keeps you guessing until the end.Read my full review at Carstairs Considers.
This book was my first introduction to the Accidental Detectives series, which does not need to be read in order. The book was very funny, and I would recommend it to all ages.
Re-read read-aloud with my niece- even though I'm no longer in the target age range, these books are as hilarious and enjoyable as I remembered them.