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Number of Pages: 304
Publication Date: 2014
The Golly Toy and Game Company is hosting the regional rounds for the next Gollywhopper Games, and this time it's brother against brother in the physical challenges and mental puzzles. The companion to the popular The Gollywhopper Games will appeal to fans of Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Chasing Vermeer.
Chock-full of puzzles, riddles, and challenges for the reader to solve along with the main characters, this fast-paced companion to The Gollywhopper Games is bigger, bolder, and braver! The Golly Toy and Game Company's Gollywhopper Games was such a big success the last time, the company's executives have decided to host the competition again. Cameron and Spencer Schein have scored two highly sought-after slots in the regional round—will one of the Schein brothers make it all the way to the finals? Favorite characters from the first book make guest appearances, and a new cast of competitors, both boys and girls, get set to compete against (and with) Cameron and Spencer. There are twists and turns and complications—as well as lots of great things to eat—in this page-turner of a race to the finish line!
To figure out how many books for young readers Jody Feldman has written, start with a baker's dozen and subtract the number of lords a-leaping. She lives in the city where the Gateway Arch is located, and she has as many pets as there are sides in a dodecahedron multiplied by the temperature (in Celsius) at which water freezes. If you arrange the first initial of each state she hasn't set foot in (by the time of the printing of this book), you could spell "Mom wins a war."
“Nonstop action, appealing pencil illustrations, and increasingly difficult brainteasers will keep readers engaged.”
“This has ‘independent reading book report for reluctant readers’ written all over it.”