Hunter Moran Digs Deep
There was a boy named Hunter, and he has a twin brother named Zack. They are trying to find lots and lots of money that was buried when a person long long ago was buried. On his gravestone there is a snake and an arrow. The arrow is pointing to three things: the train station, the school, and a very old stew pot that belonged to the person who owned the money. Hunter Moran accidentally breaks his dad’s giant birdhouse that could fit a dozen birds, and he is thinking that when he finds the money he can do lots of things, like buy a new birdhouse. But he discovers that there is no money at all. But his little brother, William, was really helpful. He fixed the birdhouse for them, and he saved Hunter, who was falling from a hundred feet and then William saved him.
I liked this book because there’s lots of action, and they had lots of good ideas. My favorite part was where they won the wildlife badge. I also liked how the brothers took care of each other.
|Author||Patricia Reilly Giff, Chris Sheban, Illustrator|
|Page Count||128 pages|
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