Dec 172014
 

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Kitty Hawk has just graduated high school and is ready for an adventure!

At nineteen, Kitty’s idea of an adventure is spending the summer researching and cataloging humpback whales but when a ton of gold is stolen her inquisitive nature kicks in and gets her into trouble — and into the hands of the thieves.

Can Kitty escape this disastrous situation before the thieving kidnappers do their worst?

Hott Review:

Kitty Hawk and the Curse of the Yukon Gold was tremendously fun!
What I liked: I think this is a strong book for all ages. It’s very well written and holds a great adventure so teens and adults will enjoy it but it also explains everything – uncommon words, historical facts, science facts – in a way that even children will understand. Iain Reading certainly knows how to weave a wonderful tale for all ages!
What I didn’t like: There was some mild cursing in “Kitty Hawk and the Curse of the Yukon Gold” which took it off of the table for my middle-grader but it’s nothing most won’t hear before 8pm on tv.
I was really irked that the book didn’t end with how Kitty got out of the predicament that she starts in. The opening of book details Kitty on an around the world flight and she’s out of gas with no landing area in site…. but we don’t have another reference to that aspect of the flight in this book.

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Author: Iain Reading
Source: amazon
Grade: A
Ages: 10+ – with a caveat
Steam: Nada
Setting: Alaska & Canada
Series: Kitty Hawk Flying Detective Agency, #1

Author Bio:

I Like Root Beer. When I was younger I fancied myself a bit of a Root Beer connoisseur, drinking my favourite brand (A&W, of course) from tall, narrow champagne flûtes and revelled in the sound of the ice cubes clinking against the side of the thin glass, creating a magical tinkling ambiance as I looked down my nose at all the other inferior Root Beer vintages. As I grew older and began to travel all across the globe I was naturally inclined to seek out the very best Root Beers that the world had to offer. Sadly, as I was to discover, Root Beer is very much a North-American thing and you can’t really find it anywhere else in the world. On the bright side, however, it turns out that the world is a pretty great place even without Root Beer. There are a million amazing things to see and as many more ways for all of us to see them, as our heroine and friend Kitty Hawk finds out in the course of her various adventures.

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