Book Binding:Paperback. This bumper book includes Three Investigators Adventures - The Green Ghost, The Vanishing Treasure, Skeleton Island.
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This book is the sixth in the Three Investigator series. The three boys travel to Skeleton Island and discover that the island is home to a ghost that seems to like to ride the merry-go-round at an abandoned amusement park. The Mystery of the Vanishing Treasure" precedes this book, and "The Mystery of the Fiery Eye" follows. As we learned in previous books, the Three Investigators are Jupiter Jones, Pete Crenshaw and Bob Andrews. The amusement park is to be the site of a film, but the ghostly happenings on the island are frightening local workers away and impeding the progress of the movie.
This book is one of my most favourites in the "Three Investigators" series. Another good three investigators mystery, but they honestly are all ready getting a bit predictable. I love mystery stories in which not everything is rationally explained (meaning: there's only a paranormal "explanation" after all, or "The monster lived after all!") at the end, and this one does have that element. Although I suppose in a young adult mystery series, you will end up with several "Scooby Doo" type stories.
The Three Investigators was a juvenile detective book series written by Robert Arthur J. originally called "Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators". It centered on a trio of high school boys - Jupiter Jones, Peter Crenshaw and Bob Andrews - who live in the fictional town of Rocky Beach, California. The boys spend their free time solving various mysteries rather than true crimes.
This bumper book includes Three Investigators Adventures - The Green Ghost, The Vanishing Treasure, Skeleton Island.
The Three Investigators is an American juvenile detective book series first published as "Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators". It was created by Robert Arthur J. who believed involving a famous person such as movie director Alfred Hitchcock would attract attention. Random House, which is owned by Bertelsmann, is the . publisher and still has some of the rights to the books. Other rights are possessed by the heirs of Robert Arthur, Jr. and the German publisher Kosmos.
Three young detectives become involved in mysteries related to the disappearance of an ancient Japanese jeweled . The Secret of the Crooked Cat (Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators, book 13) William Arden.
Three young detectives become involved in mysteries related to the disappearance of an ancient Japanese jeweled belt from a museum exhibit and the strange antics of a group of gnomes around an elderly woman's house. Genre: Young Adult Fiction. Similar books by other authors. The Mystery of the Coughing Dragon (Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators, book 14) Nick West. The Mystery of the Moaning Cave (Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators, book 10) William Arden. Used availability for Robert Arthur's The Mystery of the Vanishing Treasure.
Stevenson’s Treasure Island, like the one located in San Francisco Bay that was once the site of a world’s fair, is as Californian as the Golden Gate itself. It has to be; it cannot be otherwise
Stevenson’s Treasure Island, like the one located in San Francisco Bay that was once the site of a world’s fair, is as Californian as the Golden Gate itself. It has to be; it cannot be otherwise. And that is a very American fact, is it not? Yes, Stevenson found his island where he found his bride-to-be, having pursued her across the great American continent, in California, specifically Monterey, on whose rocky shores sea lions as off Treasure Island play.
The Three Investigators and the Secret of Skeleton Island (original title). Three kid detectives go on an epic journey to eerie Skeleton Island. Once home to pirates, it's now plagued by a mysterious beast. PG 1h 31min Adventure, Family, Mystery 8 November 2007 (Germany). Director: Florian Baxmeyer. Plot Summary Plot Synopsis.