Which ones of these things did Skylar not find in The Mystery of Shadow Hills?
- THE FEATHER FROM A RESCUED BIRD
- DEAD FINGER PLANT
- OVAL STONE
- MOLDY PINK CUSHION
- LOVE NOTE FROM A SECRET ADMIRER
- BURIED BOX
- EMERALD CHIP
- HIDDEN GARDEN
- CRUMBLING FOUNTAIN
- WITCH’S BREW
- TIGER’S EYE
- BOOK OF SHADOWS
- NANTA BAG
- DEAD AUNT EVELYN’S ASHES
- RABBIT FOOT
- OUIJA BOARD
- BUSH WITH DEAD CAT HEADS BLOOMING ON IT
- ANCIENT KEY
- GWENDOLYN’S FINGERPRINT
- THE THIRD CAVE
- THREE CUTE BOYS IN THE SAME CLASS
- GEM SEEDS
- A REAL WARLOCK
- THE MEANING OF TRUE FRIENDSHIP
- HIDDEN GARDEN
- CARLOS’S THUMBPRINT
- RUSTY METAL GATE
- NINE STEPPING STONES
- A CLUE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SWIMMING POOL
- A SECRET TURRET
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Here’s what a mom said last week on Amazon, after reading Shadow Hills to her five children: 5.0 out of 5 stars. A Book that assists in lessons, communication, and building memories for our family! November 25, 2013
Just finished reading Skylar Robbins: The Mystery of Shadow Hills to my 5 children, by Carrie Cross. I love that there was inspiration to do activities with the family. We took the time to make amulets – or necklaces from rocks we searched for. We are planning some fun art projects too. I also love that the book took a turn into a positive lesson that I would want to teach my kids anyway. We were able to stop after reading the book and discuss what we learned about friendship and deciphering what a true friend is or is not. My children learned something about following fads as well. All wonderful lessons that I as a mother often wonder how I will be able to reach my children and teach in a way that they would “get”. This way we were able to do it together as a family all while building our own communications skills.
This book is rated 5 stars by me and the kids 🙂 Thank you Carrie! We are looking forward to reading your future adventures!!!