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Our topic will be on Spiritual Formation! Come and learn more about missions and the life of a missionary. It is good to see how the girls work together and also pray for help. Each book also has bible verses that go well with the story. They are great christian novels for girls. May 13, Sue Morris rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult , my-library.
Alexis and the Tahoe Tumult is another in The Camp Club Girls Series of mysteries solved by this team of girls from around the country. The mysteries needing solved are many. Mountain Lions have escaped; animals have become suddenly ill or acted oddly; a coyote became deathly ill; property has bee Alexis and the Tahoe Tumult is another in The Camp Club Girls Series of mysteries solved by this team of girls from around the country.
Mountain Lions have escaped; animals have become suddenly ill or acted oddly; a coyote became deathly ill; property has been vandalized; and the owners have received numerous threatening letters. These are some of the mysteries troubling owners Karen and Jake Ingles. They had decided not to allow Alexis and Bailey to video on the property, because they never knew what might happen next.
One day Jake was knocked out by someone trying to vandalize the reserve. Agreeing that the girls might be able to help solve the mystery, the Ingles agree to proceed as planned. Right away a disaster strikes. Numerous mountain lions have been released from their cages and are running loose. The girls help round up the lions, getting them back in their cages. Alexis and Bailey continue to figure out why some of the mysteries have occurred and think Bruce Benton is behind everything.
Bruce wants to buy the reserve and turn it into another resort and has said he is willing to do anything to get the land, but the Ingles have repeatedly refused to sell.
The girls also befriend Angelo, a teen who is feeling alone, with nothing to do, while his dad spends his time on business. That turns out to be very fortuitous. This is another good Camp Club Girls book. The story has multiple layers and never drags.
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The reader must stay on their toes if they want to figure out who is doing all the bad things to the reserve. Bruce Benton may not be the guy. There is also a woman named Chloe who has her hand in the mix.
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This is a fun book with great characters that are easy to care about. If you have liked the previous Camp Club Girls books, you will definitely like this one. Alexis and Bailey work well together, getting a little help from the rest of the club through emails. I do not know if Alexis won the Discovery Channel contest but I do know she had to have made a terrific video from the animal reserve. Good fun.
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Apr 28, Katie Fitzgerald rated it really liked it Shelves: level-middle-grade , format-ebooks , source-netgalley , genre-mystery. I had never heard of these books before seeing them on NetGalley, and I've since learned that they are mainly marketed to a Christian audience. At first, I wondered if this meant they wouldn't be as good, or as well-developed as a more mainstream series, but there was no reason to worry about that.
This book was well-written, suspenseful, and even-handed rather than heavy-handed with its Christian t Alexis and the Lake Tahoe Tumult by Erica Rodgers is the 17th book in the Camp Club Girls series.
This book was well-written, suspenseful, and even-handed rather than heavy-handed with its Christian themes. They will also work on a documentary, which they will then enter into a contest. When Bailey and Alexis arrive at the reserve on their first day, though, a mystery is already afoot. The reserve owners Jake and Karen, are being plagued by strange problems. Keys are going missing, animals are being let loose from their cages, and threatening letters keep arriving in the mail.
Bailey and Alexis, who have already had a hand in solving sixteen previous mysteries, begin to investigate. As the clues reveal themselves, the two girls befriend a blind boy named Angelo, film a documentary about the animal reserve, and even find themselves in the dangerous path of a BB gun.
The action is fast-paced and suspenseful, and the resolution somewhat predictable but also very satisfying. This book reminded me a lot of the Baby-sitters Club books I read as a kid, but they are more contemporary and even more wholesome than that series. These tween girls are active, interested, and engaged with the world around them, and they care about one another as well as making a difference in the grand scheme of things.
Here and there, they reflect on God's work in the world, and the ways He might be able to help them solve their case, but the story is by no means a litany of Bible verses, and these characters are not "goodie-goodies. Mar 07, Clena rated it really liked it Shelves: have. It was a very good book and I enjoyed the characters and the message. Lily rated it really liked it Jan 04, Hannah Bulten rated it it was amazing Jun 16, Francis rated it liked it Oct 26, Emmajoy rated it really liked it Mar 29, Hannah Quintanilla rated it liked it May 04, Joshua Graber rated it it was amazing Jun 12, Mrs Kate Spies rated it it was amazing Jun 27, Emily rated it it was amazing Apr 04, Diane Estrella rated it liked it Jun 03, Rebekah rated it it was amazing Dec 23, Tina Harper rated it really liked it Oct 20, Cate rated it liked it Jul 19, Ellie Stankiewicz rated it liked it Dec 23,