About the Book
An epic adventure—that’s all Bryce wants this summer. So when he stumbles upon a treasure map connected to an old family secret, Bryce is determined to follow the clues to unearth both, even if it means hiking in the wilderness in the middle of nowhere. Bryce must work with his bickering brother, Jack, or they may never see the light of day again!
About the Author
Shari Schwarz is a literary intern and lives in Colorado with her husband and their four boys. “Treasure at Lure Lake” is her debut middle grade adventure which reflects her love for a good adventure story and spending time hiking and camping in the northern Colorado Rockies.
This story is about a struggling family, but intertwines it into a bit of an adventure novel as well. Shari Schwarz has created a story that will especially grab the attention of middle school boys. It shows sibling rivalry and family secrets that may pull them all apart or bring them together. Adding a bit of adventure to some painful subjects is a fun twist in the story. I would recommend this book to middles school readers, especially boys.
Genre: middle grade, contemporary, adventure, family
Publisher: Cedar Fort Publishing & Media
Publication date: April 12, 2016
Number of pages: 192
Category: Middle School +
Content Rating: G
Book Rating: 5 stars
A review copy of this book was provided by Cedar Fort Publishing & Media.
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