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Re: Official Review: Bones and the Treasure Map by Kevin Beck

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“Decipher the map, find the treasure.” Now that’s a pursuit I can get behind! Glad to hear this one was a delight to read. And survival skills, well we could all use some further education on those. Lovely review!

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AvidBibliophile wrote:
05 Mar 2020, 20:47
“Decipher the map, find the treasure.” Now that’s a pursuit I can get behind! Glad to hear this one was a delight to read. And survival skills, well we could all use some further education on those. Lovely review!
It's such an interesting story! I highly recommend it. Thanks.
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This certainly does sound like a fun way to learn about Butch Cassidy and also about Utah (which I love). I will have to take a look at this book. Thanks for a great review!

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Prisallen wrote:
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This certainly does sound like a fun way to learn about Butch Cassidy and also about Utah (which I love). I will have to take a look at this book. Thanks for a great review!
It was so fun! I quite enjoyed it. Please do read it. Thanks.
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Michelle Fred wrote:
01 Mar 2020, 04:37
Treasure hunts and survival stories are always fun to read. Moreover, the book seems very immersive. Thanks a lot for the detailed review.
I couldn't agree more. I'm really looking forward to reading it.

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Ogoskino wrote:
09 Mar 2020, 05:59
Michelle Fred wrote:
01 Mar 2020, 04:37
Treasure hunts and survival stories are always fun to read. Moreover, the book seems very immersive. Thanks a lot for the detailed review.
I couldn't agree more. I'm really looking forward to reading it.
I hope you enjoy it!
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Teachers of this age group are always looking for books just like this... Educational and fun! Appreciate the review.

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love2read1967 wrote:
22 Mar 2020, 08:59
Teachers of this age group are always looking for books just like this... Educational and fun! Appreciate the review.
This would be a fabulous book for a school class or library. I highly recommend it. Thanks!
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This book has intrigued me since the first paragraph of your review. Especially because of the avatruistic aspect and of course your recommendation that it's good for an adult audience as well!

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ivana7 wrote:
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This book has intrigued me since the first paragraph of your review. Especially because of the avatruistic aspect and of course your recommendation that it's good for an adult audience as well!
I thought it was fun and adventurous. Thanks for commenting.
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I am delighted about treasure hunting story. I am glad the book don't have any explicit contents.
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Your review sparked my interest...adventure stories for young people, where we can learn in a fun way seems a good read for adults and teenagers alike. Thanks for the interesting review

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Bones and the Treasure Map by Kevin Beck seems like a great book. I'm eager to know if Dakota successfully found the treasure left behind by Butch Cassidy and if he was able to save his grandfather. Congratulations to the author on the BOTD. Great review!
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The quest to find the treasure is interesting, Dakota must be well able to follow the map in order to locate the treasure. Great book for young generation.

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This is an interesting young adult book on family, determination, divination, adventure, treasure, gold, mystery, and a dedicated 12 year-old protagonist. The book is temporarily free on Amazon Kindle and has a well-written OnlineBookClub review. Congrats @SluffinIt on the BOTD.

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