Who is the man in the green car? What is going on in the hayloft? Is there something wrong with the mailbox? And what's for lunch? The answers to these and many other interesting questions are found in the book Footprints in the Barn....
|Title||:||Footprints in the Barn|
|Number of Pages||:||162 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Footprints in the Barn Reviews
I just read this book to my little brothers and we all enjoyed it. The family in the story is quite similar to our own in many ways. The boys are now into detectives! They really enjoyed the mysteries as did I. At times though I felt there was a bit to much about life and not enough about the mysteries. I think the boys felt that too. The Cases only are part of the story, general life (which is interesting) also gets a lot of page space and it can feel a bit like that is not what the story is meant to be about. But the book is full of great messages and lessons. The characters are lovely peopel. I would highly rocomend this as a family read aloud for any little ones.
My siblings and I all enjoyed this series very much, and some of us even started our own detective agency. Thoroughly wholesome and interesting, this is a series not to be missed! :)
This was a great book! All of the different mysteries were figured out in the end, and I especially liked the ending to The Mystery of the Hayfort (not to confuse anyone; this is not a collection of short stories, just Jason and Andy solve three mysteries through the course of the book)! Good principles are learned in this book, such as working hard, not complaining, and being grateful with what God has given you. I highly recommend it for ages 5-13, although it is appropriate for all ages.
It would be a 3 star book, but they blabbered about random stuff too much.
Wonderful book for homeschool families!