Saturday, May 22, 2010

Camp Club Girls ~ McKenzie's Montana Mystery Book Review

McKenzie's Montana Mystery (Camp Club Girls)


Title: McKenzie's Montana Mystery
SubTitle: Camp Club Girls Book 3
Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Inc.
Publish Date: 3-1-2010
Category: FICTION - JUVENILE: Mystery & Detective Stories, Law & Crime

About the book:

When Bailey and McKenzie arrive to help at a horse ranch in Montana, they’re immediately entrenched in mysteries: a horse disappearing into thin air, spookiness in an abandoned western town, and ranch hand upheaval. And with all the unexpected action going on, how will they ever find time to prepare for their rodeo competitions? Can the Camp Club Girls successfully combine their skills to help Bailey and McKenzie save the ranch…and the rodeo for Sunshine Stables?


About Camp Club Girls:


Camp Club Girls is a series of 24 books that is geared to girls ages 8 to 12 years of age. They will enjoy mystery, mayhem and adventure found in this series. Each of the books focuses on one girl, even though the other girls are involved in each story and they each have special skills like, analyzing, spiritual insight, gadgetry, physical strength and research, that they use to help the whole group of girls solve mysteries.


Camp Club Girls also offers reader contests over on their
website, so be sure to check it out too.

What I thought about the book:


This is the third book in the series and I have read all three. Even though these are geared towards girls ages 8 to 12, I find them interesting. This book is a really fast read for me with it only having 160 pages. McKenzie's is a very intelligent young girl who really doesn't let much get by her. In this book they are at a horse ranch to help out with a kids camp and they are also there to practice for a rodeo, calf roping, a Junior Miss Rodeo Queen and when they get to camp they find out that the famous horse, Diamond Girl has come up missing. This really disturbs McKenzie and Bailey and they won't give up until the figure out what happened to her. I think these are really wonderful books for tweens and highly recommend them.



Images and excerpt are from NetGalley, Amazon.com and Camp Club Girls websites.
I was not paid for this review, however I did receive a copy of this book to read and do the review on from NetGalley and Barbour Publishing. My opinions are based on exactly that, my opinion.



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