[Epub] ↠ Mystery on Church Hill (The Virginia Mysteries #2) Author Steven K. Smith – Pocket-bikes.us

Mystery on Church Hill (The Virginia Mysteries #2) Reading Mystery On Church Hill The Virginia Mysteries 2 Author Steven K Smith Jwdfitness.co.uk Librarian Note Alternate Cover Edition For ASIN B00H2QHKDA.Magic Tree House Meets Hardy BoysYoung Brothers Sam And Derek Have A Knack For Uncovering Mystery And Adventure When They Visit Richmond S St John S Church For A Reenactment Of Patrick Henry S Famous Liberty Speech, They Stumble Upon A Hidden Piece Of History As The Boys And Their Friends Dig Deeper, They Find Clues From America S Founding Fathers And A Secret Plot To Steal A Treasure From Our Nation S Past Join In The Mystery As The Search Races From The Cemeteries Of Richmond To The Streets Of Colonial Williamsburg.The Virginia Mysteries Adventures With A Twist Of HistoryBook 1 Summer Of The WoodsBook 2 Mystery On Church HillBook 3 Ghosts Of Belle IsleBook 4 Secret Of The Staircase

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  1. says:

    Steven Smith combines mystery and history in his books, all, so far, in the area around the state of Virginia, so kids get histories lessons that are not boring to them This story has the brothers, Sam and Derek going with their class mates to Richmond, Virginia to see St John s Church where Patrick Henry gave his Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death speech While there, Sam heads for the restroom and gets lost I can understand that I do a lot of that in my old age now It is during this time Steven Smith combines mystery and history in his books, all, so far, in the area around the state of Virginia, so kids get histories lessons that are not boring to them This story has the brothers, Sam and Derek going with their class mates to Richmond, Virginia to see St John s Church where Patrick Henry gave his Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death speech While there, Sam heads ...


  2. says:

    This is book 2 in the Virginia Mysteries I liked it better than book 1 The characters are evolving The author s writing is evolving This series is for younger children It features brothers Sam and Derek Johnson, who started out at ages 8 and 10 but age during the series I think they are 10 and 12 in this book This series is mystery and it also teaches history This book hasmystery and interaction with the brothers solving it In this book we learn about Patrick Henry when a class This is book 2 in the Virginia Mysteries I liked it better than book 1 The characters are evolving The autho...


  3. says:

    It was a warm and fuzzy reunion when I cheerfully joined impish brothers Sam and Derek on their second adventure Learning all about Patrick Henry and his famous give me liberty speech, Sam s class embarks on a seemingly simple field trip to St John s Church in Richmond s own historic Church Hill District An innocent search for a restroom places Sam in the most unlikely of situations He stumbles onto two men searching for a treasure A very important, and valuable, piece of history had be It was a warm and fuzzy reunion when I cheerfully joined impish brothers Sam and Derek on their second adventure Learning all about Patrick Henry and his famous give me liberty speech, Sam s class embarks on a seemingly simple field trip to St John s Church in Richmond s own historic Church Hill District An innocent search for a restroom places Sam in the most unlikely of situations He stumbles onto two men searching for a treasure A very importa...


  4. says:

    I enjoyed Steven Smith s first book in the series Summer of the Woods very much, but this book is even a step up from that one I think the plot is a bittangible and interesting, and the mystery is very Hardy Boy ish and fun to read Plus, in this book,kids are involved, which always makes a bookinteresting.Mystery at Church Hill interweaves modern day life with the USA s founding days While Revolutionary characters like Patric...


  5. says:

    My 11 year old son read this book He says it was a great mix of fact and fiction and a fun way to learn He showed it to his history teacher and the whole class ended up reading it together I think that says a lot about the quality of the book We received our copy throug...


  6. says:

    A gift from the author and a treasured one at that I loved this book and gave it to my grandson and he read it in one day It is historical and entertaining at the same time Loved the book and highly recommend it for adults as well as children.


  7. says:

    Of the three Steven Smith Derek and Sam mysteries, I like this one the best Derek and Sam have their usual brother banter going on Poor Sam usually loses out, but this time, he discovers the answer to the mystery which revolves around the time of the signing o...


  8. says:

    audiobook Not as enjoyable as the first Caitlin, a classmate, was a new addition to the young brothers and quite likable Patrick Henry still has a cameo thread to the mystery with relation to the George Wythe, a lesser known signer of the Declaration of Indepen...


  9. says:

    I didn t like the mystery as much in this one as I did in the first one of the series, but I still absolutely loved the voice of the boys It s a fun, cute, quick read I do wish that there was a touchof the history in it it s there, but the bo...


  10. says:

    A great read for every young person I love that the book reminds me of reading the hardy boys series The book takes me to a place where I feel the same intrigue and excitement I felt as a youth reading I look forward to reading the next book in the series.

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