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5.0 out of 5 starsanother winner for the young chapter reader...
Reviewed in the United States on May 20, 2012
My 7-year-old daughter, who is a strong reader, loved this book. It has a nice combination of pictures and text. It is an entertaining read for the early chapter reader set. Its lexile is in the 500's, so it's not for a beginner reader, but for judy and stink fans, the vacation/treasure hunt setting is a nice departure from the usual home/school setting.
I really enjoyed reading this story to my daughter. She loves the Judy Moody movie & was extremely excited to hear a story about a Judy & Stink adventure. We had quite a few laughs while reading this book. This was the first of many Judy Moody books I will purchase & I can't wait for my daughter to be able to read them all as she improves her reading skills. A++ Highly recommend this book!
Reviewed in the United States on September 13, 2009
This review has been done by my beautiful 10-year old daughter Victoria, who is an avid book reader:
`The Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Treasure Hunt' is sooo cool!!! Mad Molly O'Maggot (aka Judy Moody) and Scurvy Stink (aka Stink) are going to Ocrcacoke Island. But not until they get on the Island, they don't know it's actually Pirate Island. They meet a funny pirate of the name Scurvy Sam (aka Captain Weevil). Scurvy Sam tells them there's a treasure hunt, the third annual one in fact. Mad Molly O'Maggot and Scurvy Stink are so excited. The next day the treasure hunt starts. The winner gets a gold doubloon and a ride on the ship `Queen Anne's Revenge Two'. But something starts to worry Judy and Stink; Other kids: Smart Girl and HER brother Tall Boy are also competing. As Mad Molly O' Maggot and Scurvy Stink start getting clues, they notice that Smart Girl and Tall Boy are spying on them. They get all different kinds of clues that lead them to the end. Of course there's a happy ending!!!! Mad Molly O' Maggot and Scurvy Stink win but.........There's always a BUT to a great story...........they share the winning prize with someone else!!! If you want to know who, you got to read the story.
This is a great book. More likely for seven years old to twelve years old. No less, no more. I am ten, and actually thought it was great! It is easy `cause it doesn't have toooo many pages (114 pages), though I have read Harry Potter (which is beyond great!). It has also big letters for starters. More Judy Moody books are available in almost every bookstore and on amazon.com. And I enjoyed them all!!!
My grandson and I had a lot of fun reading this story. It was thought provoking as Stink and Judy teamed up to solve a variety of riddles as they participated in a treasure hunt. I think the ending was very well written, proving that kids can be generous and kind.
Actually, I bought this book for my grandaughter's Christmas present, however, I am familiar with this book series and I can hardly wait to borrow this one from her so I can read it....I know that it will be a delightful story!
5.0 out of 5 starsJudy Moody and Stink Treasure Hunt
Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2014
This book was a gift for one of my grandsons. He seems to like the Judy Moody and Stink series. Since I believe reading to be very important for children & this series makes reading fun for him, I'm all for it.