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Mandie and her friends are off searching for an illusive treasure hidden somewhere in history. Ages 8-13....

Title : Mandie and the Hidden Treasure
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ISBN : 9780871239778
Format Type : Mass Market Paperback
Number of Pages : 159 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Mandie and the Hidden Treasure Reviews

  • Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls)
    2019-03-25 07:34

    About this book:“Mandie and her friends are off searching for an illusive treasure hidden somewhere in history.”Series: Book #9 in “Mandie” series. (To read the reviews of the previous books in this series, click the number to be taken to that review: #1! #2! #3! #4! #5! #6! #7! #8!) {There also is the “Young Mandie Mystery” series, (Book #1 review Here and Book #2 review Here!) but they do not connect together well}Spiritual Content- Luke 12:48 at the beginning; Prayers; A couple Scriptures are quoted and prayed; Uncle Ned refers to Heaven as “happy hunting ground”; Mentions of Church going; Mentions of what the Bible says.Negative Content- Minor cussing including: a ‘dumb’, two ‘dad-blame’s; A mention of an order that a pony should be shot (it wasn’t); Mentions of drinking, drunks & spirits; Mention of spankings & whippings; Mentions of a young girl who died (barely-above-not-detailed); Mentions of a couple who died in a fire (barely-above-not-detailed).Sexual Content- Mentions of crushes; Mentions of Joe & Mandie marrying when they’re older; Many mentions of making eyes at someone & a wife being kicked out.-Amanda “Mandie” Shaw, age 12 P.O.V. of (mostly) Mandie Set in 1900 159 pages (also available in a collection with four other Mandie books.)~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*Pre Teens- Four Stars (and a half)New Teens- Four StarsEarly High School Teens- Three StarsOlder High School Teens- Three StarsMy personal Rating- Three Stars{Ratings are lowered as ages get higher due to the simple plot.}This one seems better written then the past Mandie books. Great ending to start the next book! :)*See my thought on this series versus the younger series, Here!Link to review:http://booksforchristiangirls.blogspo... *BFCG may (Read the review to see) recommend this book by this author. It does not mean I recommend all the books by this author.

  • Abby (Hersh.)
    2019-03-27 05:33

    A nice book. Interesting, but not crazy.

  • Sofia Marie
    2019-04-02 06:18

    Mandie is out on another adventure. This time it’s finding a hidden treasure with a map that’s about fifty years old! Mandie, Sallie, and Joe set out to find the treasure but meet a lot of problems. First, the places on the map just don’t exist anymore. A rock pile, a persimmon tree, a rhododendron bush are nowhere in sight. And then there’s the mad man close by with his rifle on the ready. Will the three close friends find the treasure in time? Genre: historical, adventure. For those 13 and under. Issues dealt with: deathThis book as well as others in the Mandie Book series is more about adventure, than God. There might be only a few remarks, if at all, about Him. This book will merely entertain and won’t help in spiritual growth. This is the 9th book in the Mandie Book series.

  • wanderer
    2019-04-22 01:30

    I admit it: I am reviewing these books years after reading them. However, do not even suggest that I'm no longer qualified, that too many years have passed to remember. My battered and faded copies of these books testify to how many times I read them growing up and plots and entire passages are seared in my memory forever. Snowball always ran away, Mandie always got in trouble, Uncle Ned always rescued her, and Joe and Tommy bristled at each other. I myself prefered Joe, but Tommy's cosmopolitan airs nearly tipped the balance a time or two. I recall- fondly and as though it were yesterday- my glee when Mandie went off to Europe, my disgust at the new baby, my delight in Mandie's wardrobe of sky blue frocks, my puzzlement at all her near escapes and handy school vacations, my terror during the daring midnight adventures. Ah me, to be young and silly again...If I had written goodreads reviews at the age of eleven, all Mandie books would've received automatic five-star ratings and gushing descriptions. As an adult, I will honestly give them all three stars, except for my special pets. And if I ever have a little girl, I will buy her the entire set. Oh, and did you know there are more than forty books in the series by now? And I'm guessing Mandie never grows up, either.

  • Heather
    2019-04-09 02:36

    0.5 stars.I had three problems with this book.1. It was so repetitive that it wasn't even funny. On character would say something and then two others would say the sme thing with different variations.2. There was no clear storyline or plot. From the title you think that it is about some hidden treasure, but no, it is really about Madie's parents' gardener's and cook's love story. Then it changes again and it is about this friend's nephew going of to become a doctor.3. The timeline was all wrong. Mandie is searching for the treasure her great aunt left behind and at the end it changes and is her aunt. Also, everyone they talk to is very old and yet Mandie's father died young and yet he is only eight years younger than Mandie's aunt. Another problem with the timeline, her uncle is older and yet was born after Mandie's aunt. Last of all they have a week to figure out this mystery before they have to go back to school. Two days later, they only have one more day. How on earth does a whole week pass in only three days? It doesn't, that's how.All in all it was a very bad book and the only reason it is getting a half star review is the fact that her sentences weren't fragments.

  • Nicole
    2019-04-07 23:29

    We have read the Mandie books 1-9 so far. I read them to my girls before bed every night. There are at least 39 books in the series, and other specialty books that go along with the series, as well. They are a little dated, as far as terms used for certain races, etc., but it has given me great opportunities for history lessons and current events. They are great stories of the faith of a child in lots of life circumstances, and my girls just eat them up!!

  • Chloe
    2019-04-06 07:35

    i'm not sure if i have read this one or not. I read them in fifth grade and i remembered loving them and i would like to read them all, the were really good and they weren't very thick so you could read a few each week if you wanted.

  • Joanna Fedewa
    2019-04-05 23:11

    This book and its companion were two of my favorite childhood stories. I used to love reading the Mandie Books as a child and every time we went to the Gift and Bible I would bug my dad to get me these books.

  • Rachel
    2019-04-10 03:13

    The Mandie books are fun Christian mysteries for children, but I still love reading them. Even though she doesn't age very quickly and seems to get far too many breaks from school during the year, she's a lot of fun.

  • Gabrielle
    2019-04-11 02:27

    i dont really remember this book but i remember i liked it a little

  • Grace
    2019-04-15 07:33

    I loved it when I was 11. I don't know about it now.

  • Anna
    2019-03-24 05:20

    Cute. All the Mandie books are just very cute and suitable for little girls who like old-fashioned adventure.

  • Danielle
    2019-03-27 03:26

    it is really sad but very good!

  • Felicia
    2019-04-05 23:29

    I LOVE mysteries, so of course I loved this book! :D

  • Superreader200
    2019-03-28 00:16

    Another great Mandie book! 5 stars!

  • Partridge Public
    2019-04-18 06:23

    Leppard, Lois G. PB

  • Robyn
    2019-03-26 02:31

    I liked the mystery involved in the buried treasure hunt. I also liked hearing the history behind it & about Mandy's Aunt Ruby.

  • JL
    2019-04-02 03:34