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The 39 Clues #1 The Maze of Bones
The 39 Clues #1 The Maze of Bones | Rick Riordan
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The Cahills are the most powerful family the world has ever known. However, the family is fractured, and the source of its power has been lost. The story begins with the death of matriarch Grace Cahill. In her will she leaves her heirs a choice: they can either receive a million dollars or a clue. The first Cahill to assemble all 39 clues hidden around the world will discover what makes the family so powerful - a reward beyond measure. It's Cahill versus Cahill in a race to the finish, with readers hot on the heels of the main characters, fourteen-year-old Amy Cahill and her eleven-year-old brother, Dan. The story spans 10 adrenaline-charged books, 350 game cards, and an online world allowing readers to play a part in the story and compete for more than $25,000 in prizes.
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Oblivious-MindSet
The Maze of Bones | Rick Riordan
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Genre : Young adult fiction, mystery and adventure fiction

Date started : September 14, 2019

Date finished : Oct 3, 2019

Summary : When Old Grace Cahill kicked the bucket, she made a mystery game that will take the cahill's everywhere around the world. The prize of this mystery game is as said to be known “the most valuable item in the world“ that will make anyone the most powerful human being.

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ctbookworm
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Pickpick

First book finally done for The Reading Rush Readathon! I've read this book two or three times before I still love it just as much! I'm sure that it helps that it's written by one of my favorite authors. 😍

Blueberry I love The 39 Clues series. 4mo
wanderinglynn Welcome to Litsy! 👋🏻 4mo
ctbookworm @wanderinglynn Thank you! 😊😊 4mo
ctbookworm @Blueberry It's so great! 4mo
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ctbookworm
The Maze of Bones | Rick Riordan
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I forgot these books have secret messages and I love it so much. 😍

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DezaraeOsborne
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One of the kids at my internship said this was his favorite series ever and I needed to read it immediately. So now this is at the top of my TBR.

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Dulcinella
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Pickpick

Nothing special, but an enjoyable read in between. I will sure read the next parts as it really had so much suspense

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winterrsoldier
The Maze of Bones | Rick Riordan

“He wasn't as strong as she was, but he must've been desperate, because he tackled her with so much force she just about ate the lawn.”

I just finished all of 39 Clues and I AM FEELING THE FEELS. (´;д;`)

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bookworm.krizia
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Mehso-so

It was an okay book. I can't help but compare it to the Percy Jackson series. The Percy Jackson series was definitely better than 39 clues. I'm still hoping that this one will get better as the series progresses since the premise is actually very good.

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Blueberry
The Maze of Bones | Rick Riordan
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First in the #childrens adventure series The 39 Clues. My favorites are two sets of siblings: Natalie and Ian Kabra and Amy and Dan Cahill. The books in the series alternate being written by different authors. Fun for children learning history.

#Novinbooks17 #favoritepairofsiblings #homeschooling
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LibrarianRyan I love this series. So original. And I love how each book is written by a different author that brings a new element to each story even though the characters stay the same. 2y
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SavannahP0930
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Pickpick

The 39 clues series is a New York Times best selling series and is great one to have in your classroom. These books take students on an adventure and make them use their brains and figure out mysteries. I think it would be fun to read the first one as a class and see if we can solve the puzzle together and then if a student enjoys it they can move on to the rest of the books in the series. TS-RA

SavannahP0930 UDL 3.3 "guide information processing, visualization and manipulation" by reading together as a class. EL strategy 9: "teach note taking strategies" to help solve the mysteries in the stories. See https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/collections/teaching-content/39-clues-teachi... for help on how to teach these books in your classroom. #Ucflae4314f17 2y
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dakotap
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I have had this book since I was in late Elementary School. This book is a great chapter book for students who like good Mysteries. This book is a great read to have in the classroom to help kids get into Mysteries and see what they are like! The 39 Clues book takes you on a journey with Amy and Dan Cahill where they try to find their family's power and the mysteries behind it. #ucflae3414f17

dakotap I would use UDL 3.2, highlight patterns, critical features, Big Ideas, and relationships. This would help with understanding the story and the mysteries within the book. I would also use ELL 15, reinforce the key ideas you present again, so that students can understand the information within the book. I would be able to get the key ideas "stuck in their head". 2y
dakotap This link will take you to a fan-made book trailer for this book: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=E0pL8Uk28eg 2y
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Missricheyreads
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I will definitely be recommending this to my students.

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throwmeabook
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Day 21 @bookriot challenge: I love the colours of these #coolspines #riotgrams #39clues