Izzy, J.J. and Zeke are back to entertain and educate us. These newscasters and reporters for BHS-TV may be teenagers, but they are involved in serious discussions about the separation of church and state and the role of protestors. . Fabiano once again blends local geography and history with a captivating tale and some interesting escapades. A loose monkey also winds his way through the book. Mystery comes into play with an explosion, web of lies, and the interplay of various groups. Our protagonists, once again, become sleuths of both historic and current mysteries. The magic doubloon once again crosses time, and historic figures including Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin and Betsy Ross add their 2 cents. A trip to Baltimore and Philadelphia expand the historic context, though familiar Tierra Verde is the primary setting. Following the lead of his first two Egmont Passage books, Antonino Fabiano entertains while presenting philosophical issues that cause us to think and evaluate. You won’t want to put this book down - just one more chapter before I do ...
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