Travels with Gannon and Wyatt: Ireland

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Wyatt and Gannon are kids who go to visit Ireland. Gannon believes in fairies and stuff. Wyatt likes facts and always puts them at the front of his chapter. Gannon kisses the Blarney Stone. It gives you the “gift of gab.” Next, they work on Mr. O’Leary’s farm. It rains for days. The plants are dying, so Gannon and Wyatt sneak onto a bad guy’s farm. Mr. Moloney is doing bad things like making all the animals go cuckoo. He is polluting the farm. The kids get lost in the forest while Mr. Moloney’s people chase them. Oscar, the falcon, gives them a map. They get back. Mr. Moloney wants Mr. O’Leary’s farm. Will Wyatt and Gannon stop Moloney from more polluting? Read the book to find out.

I learned a lot about Ireland. I learned about the Blarney Stone. I’d kiss it just for fun. I’d like to be upside down. Wyatt and Gannon are real people, but I don’t think the lost-in-the-forest part is real. They really travel with their mom and are homeschooled. I like the story. The ending was nice, and funny too. Getting lost in the woods was exciting.

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Author Patti Wheeler, Keith Hemstreet
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count
Publisher Greenleaf Book Group Press
Publish Date 17-Mar-2015
ISBN 9781626341951
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Issue April 2015
Category Tweens


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