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Judy Moody & Stink: The Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Treasure Hunt (Judy Moody and Stink)

Judy Moody & Stink: The Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Treasure Hunt (Judy Moody and Stink) [Kindle Edition]

Megan McDonald , Peter H. Reynolds
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Avast, ye scum buckets and scallywags! Join Judy and Stink second adventure – crawling with pirates and puzzles, carbuncles and chuckles.

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As soon as the Moody family drops anchor on "Artichoke" Island, they are greeted by Cap’n Weevil, a one-eyed buccaneer with a scraggly beard and a secret treasure map. Before you can say "Davy Jones’s Locker," Stink and Judy are racing across the island in search of gold. But—shiver me timbers!—they’re not the only salty dogs lookin’ for loot. Can Mad Molly O’Maggot and Scurvy Stink beat out their rivals, Tall Boy and Smart Girl? Can they find the hidden clues, crack the secret codes, and solve the tricky puzzles before time runs out? Aaarrr!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 8496 KB
  • Print Length: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Candlewick; 1 edition (12 July 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0055POML8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #157,573 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Megan McDonald is the author of the popular and award-winning Judy Moody and Stink series. She is also the author of two Sisters Club stories and many other books for children. She lives in Sebastopol, California, USA.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stink and Judy Together! 10 April 2012
By Steven R. McEvoy TOP 1000 REVIEWER
It's interesting - this is the first of the two cross-over books that is equally a Judy and Stink Moody book. It is awesome! Usually, in the other two series, the rivalry is a little more antagonistic. Yes Stink and Judy are brother and sister, and push come to shove they will support each other, but always with a little teasing and poking fun. In this adventure, they team up and are working together to solve the clues to find the Pirate Treasure to win a Gold doubloon by collecting sixteen pieces of eight. Their main competition is two other kids they saw on the ferry, Tall Boy and Smart Girl. The chapters are:

Artichoke Island
Mad Molly and Scurvy Stink
Tall, White, Shiny Bright
Winkin, Blinkin, and Secret Codes
-... .-.. .- -.-. -.- -... . .- .-. -..
Sign of the Pirate
Hours and Glasses
Crabby, Crabbier, Crabbiest
Going for the Gold

This book was a wonderful read. It was great fun watching the Moodys working together and race around the island gathering clues, solving puzzles and enjoying a vacation. The story is wonderfully written; it is the first book with color illustrations and it has a very different look and feel because of that - something that sets it apart from the separate series of Stink Moody books or Judy Moody books. It makes these ones different and makes them something special. Another great read by McDonald and Reynolds.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good I love them 31 Mar 2013
By Andy P
Format:Kindle Edition
I have got all the Judy Moody's and stinks adventures buy this is the best of all of them this is ten out of ten I think that try this book is for kids ages between 5-9
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another Great Book with Judy and Stink 5 Jun 2010
By Madeleine - Published on
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Judy and Stink never let their readers down. This brother and sister duo are consistently funny and age appropriate for the 1-3 grade age group.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Funny 26 Sep 2009
By NM Mom - Published on
Format:Hardcover|Verified Purchase
My 7-year-old son loves the Stink series. Stink is Judy Moody's "annoying" brother. He goes through these books really quickly. He reads them as fast as the author writes them! I wish she would write faster! (ha ha). This book is funny realistic fiction - exactly what my son loves. I HIGHLY recommend this (and other Stink books) for 1st - 3rd grade boys.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Another Interesting and Exciting Adventure 22 Sep 2009
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Stink Moody has always wanted to sail on a ship to a real treasure island. So when he finds himself on vacation with his family traveling aboard a ferry boat heading for Ocracoke Island in North Carolina, he figures it will certainly do. He has brought along pirate supplies, such as a spyglass, pirate flag, a pirate rule book and the adventure story TREASURE ISLAND, just in case.

Stink is in luck, because his dream to speak with a pirate and find pirate treasure is about to come true. Meanwhile, he battles a case of seasickness (or could it be scurvy?) and then wows big sister Judy with his tremendous encyclopedic knowledge of pirateology. As it happens, there was once upon a time a real-life pirate named Christopher Moody, and Stink has studied up on him. When Judy comments that they might be related and she could have pirate blood, Stink scoffs, informing her that girls can't be pirates. Of course, Judy immediately sets her brother straight on that subject, enlightening him with information about pirates Anne Bonny and Mary Read, along with some juicy details about the rough and tough girl pirates of yesteryear.

Although Stink and Judy trade good-natured insults for a while, they are united as a team soon after the boat finally reaches the island...and a pirate called Scurvy Sam greets them. Scurvy Sam is quite a bit friendlier than one might expect, and he informs them that the next morning, the annual Pirate Island Treasure Hunt will begin. All they have to do is follow the linked clues, collecting 16 pieces o' eight to win the grand prize of gold coins called doubloons and a ride with Scurvy Sam on a pirate ship. Judy and Stink can hardly wait to get started on the treasure hunt, but first they have to deal with the mundane non-piratey activities their parents insist upon, such as dinner and bedtime at their inn.

As Stink and Judy start their first treasure hunting day, they are initially stymied by clue number one and distracted by another team, Tall Boy and Smart Girl, a pair destined to become the Moody siblings' competitors in the contest. However, they don't let a possible rivalry slow them down long, and they are off down several wrong paths in their search for the next clue. Working together, and with the help of Stink's pirate supplies (which come in surprisingly handy), they begin to make progress even as they observe Tall Boy and Smart Girl also keeping pace with the clues. Will Stink and Judy manage to outsmart their very intelligent arch-rivals?

This is another interesting and exciting adventure in the always enjoyable Judy Moody & Stink series, enlivened with the usual pleasing illustrations by Peter H. Reynolds. The plot is well-paced and will especially thrill pirate-loving readers. Author Megan McDonald nails the family dynamics; the camaraderie between Judy and Stink is heartwarming while remaining realistically combative and sarcastic at times. The parents support their children's quest while letting them work independently. In addition, lessons about winning and losing are subtly incorporated into the final scene. THE MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD TREASURE HUNT is perfect for solo reading or for reading out loud at story time.

--- Reviewed by Terry Miller Shannon
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It was a cool book!!!! 18 Feb 2014
By Marianne Laug - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
I gave it a 5 star review.
I like it because it was so funny . Especially when Stink said Ahoy there on the poop deck . I read it to some of my classmates . I think I read it to most of them!!!!!!!. They just started cranking up when I said poop deck and this is what they said WHAT? And started laughing more . They made me laugh. Some of my classmates are Mexican. So that's why they said WHAT. Bye my name is Olivia.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Why I love this book 27 Jan 2014
By I love it - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
I love the treasure hunt and tall boy and smart girl how they followed judy and stink and they followed judy and stink
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“Avast, ye hairy carbuncle. Ye be spit on the scab of life, ye scurvy nuncle!” &quote;
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“Girls can’t be pirates.” “Says who?” “Says Pirate Rule Number Six: No girls allowed on ships. It’s the Pirate Code.” Stink pulled out the Book of Pirate Rules. &quote;
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“Land, ho!” called Stink as the ferry pulled up to the dock. &quote;
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