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by R.C. Nason,Eric DelaBarre

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ISBN:
0972357807
Author:
R.C. Nason,Eric DelaBarre
Category:
Action & Adventure
Language:
English
Publisher:
Seven Publishing (January 11, 2011)
Pages:
272 pages
EPUB book:
1608 kb
FB2 book:
1636 kb
DJVU:
1937 kb
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Rating:
4.1
Votes:
229


Saltwater Taffy is an Accelerated Reader title, endorsed by 12 Teachers of the Year around the country. Saltwater Taffy is one of the best children's books I've read in years! No matter how old you are, this story will touch your heart.

Saltwater Taffy is an Accelerated Reader title, endorsed by 12 Teachers of the Year around the country. The adventure story follows the lives of five 'tweenage' friends as they uncover a treasure map that once belonged to the ruthless New Orleans pirate.

Called a perfect book for reluctant readers, Saltwater Taffy engages young minds with a non-stop treasure hunting adventure as 5 tweenage friends find a treasure map leading . Written by Eric DelaBarre Illustrated by . Book · Elementary School · School Fundraiser.

Called a perfect book for reluctant readers, Saltwater Taffy engages young minds with a non-stop treasure hunting adventure as 5 tweenage friends find a treasure map leading to the Lost Treasure of Jean Lafitte.

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Endorsed by Teachers of the Year around the country, Eric DelaBarre s Saltwater Taffy follows the lives of five friends as they uncover a treasure map that once belonged to the ruthless New Orleans pirate, Jean Lafitte.

Saltwater Taffy book. And that the illustrator, R. C. Nason, works with Hallmark and 20th Century Fox. It is also wonderful that Eric DelaBarre is currently on a Great Give Away book tour to over 10 cities visiting to speak and give away his book to schools in need and youth centers including: Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, The United Way, Gary Sinise and The Snowball Express, and Wonderland PTA.

With his massive Big Foot-like feet, he began to kick the garbage in every direction. We gotta get outta here!. Gary said, moving towards Water Street. Running only makes you look guilty. But we are guilty, Jimmy said. Yeah, we gotta go, Fatman!. Everybody, just calm down. If you follow my lead, I’ll get you kids out of this. There was a quick moment of indecision:.

Endorsed by Teachers of the Year around the country, Eric DelaBarre’s Saltwater Taffy follows the lives of five friends as they uncover a treasure map that once belonged to the ruthless New Orleans pirate, Jean Lafitte

Endorsed by Teachers of the Year around the country, Eric DelaBarre’s Saltwater Taffy follows the lives of five friends as they uncover a treasure map that once belonged to the ruthless New Orleans pirate, Jean Lafitte. The discovery thrusts them from one treasure hunting adventure to the next as they try to out-wit, out-think and out-maneuver everyone from the one-legged junk-yard man and an overbearing town bully, to the creepy old man living at the top of the hill

Award winning children's book Saltwater Taffy by Eric DelaBarre is a children's book Gold Medal winner and . Readers will enjoy Saltwater Taffy so much they won’t even realize they are learning some valuable life lessons

Award winning children's book Saltwater Taffy by Eric DelaBarre is a children's book Gold Medal winner and an Accelerated Reader title with schools. Readers will enjoy Saltwater Taffy so much they won’t even realize they are learning some valuable life lessons. aspx – Meet the Professor. My students and I fell in love with Saltwater Taffy right from the start. What a great adventure story.

Saltwater Taffy is a race to the finish adventure that will capture your heart, again and again! A few GeekDad questions with the author, Eric DelaBarre: What was your inspiration for Saltwater Taffy? Do you remember the iconic shot of the Star Destroyer appearing over the camera in Star.

Saltwater Taffy is a race to the finish adventure that will capture your heart, again and again! A few GeekDad questions with the author, Eric DelaBarre: What was your inspiration for Saltwater Taffy? Do you remember the iconic shot of the Star Destroyer appearing over the camera in Star Wars: A New Hope. when the entire theater began to shake from the low rumbling THX sound? Well, I knew at that moment that I wanted to be involved with telling stories.

Saltwater Taffy is an Accelerated Reader title, endorsed by 12 Teachers of the Year around the country.  The adventure story follows the lives of five 'tweenage' friends as they uncover a treasure map that once belonged to the ruthless New Orleans pirate, Jean Lafitte. The discovery thrusts them from one treasure-hunting adventure to the next as they try to out-wit, out-think and out-maneuver everyone from the one-legged junk-yard man and an overbearing town bully, to the creepy old man living at the top of the hill. Saltwater Taffy is a coming-of-age adventure that grabs the reader and never lets go.
  • Perius
My 10 yr old son couldn't put it down! He even recommended it to his friends who've also enjoyed it!
  • Ylal
Friends, this is a GREAT book to read to your kids and/or give them to read themselves. I've read it to 3 different children, thus far, and plan to read it again and again and again. The characters in this book are charming and colorful. They experience adventure and adversity while discovering the true meaning of courage and friendship. And they learn some very important life lessons along the way. The setting is Port Townsend, Washington (a small coastal town) and the author, Eric DelaBarre, certainly knows how to spark the readers imagination! Most importantly, if you want your children to learn the power of his/her own mind and how important his/her thoughts and projections are, this is a GREAT introduction to that concept! I'm hoping for a movie! :DSaltwater Taffy
  • Kelerana
Have you tried to find good, quality tween books? There is so much that is under-aged or over-sexed. This is a fun, easy to follow, yet mature story line - perfect for the Junior High level, and who does not love a mystery and a happy ending! HIghly recommend!
  • RUsich155
Friendship is so important. Sometimes we don't realize how much people mean to us, until they're gone or appear to be gone. I enjoyed the reading and how it can relate to everyday life. The reading is worth sharing with a friend.
  • Wrathshaper
This was the BEST, most AWESOME and AMAZING book I have EVER read. It's story line kept me from putting my kindle down. There were lessons to learn from, even as adults. The illustrations were outstanding. The characters were great. Icould relate to them. It was like,(laughing)like I knew a few of them. It's hard to say what my favorite part was, but I'd have to say the Saltwater Taffy Bomb was cool... No, it was SA-WEET!!! I will be getting the actual book to give to my grandkids.. I have 3. If you haven't already gotten yours.... I truly suggest this book to everyone who wants an adventure.
  • Vichredag
I did not care for this. Perhaps if it had been a $0.99 or $2.99 book, I'd feel less compelled to counter these many OMG reviews.

As reminded by teawithsconesplease review of Saltwater Taffy mentioning Sid Fleishman's By the Great Horn Spoon as a better example of a great YA adventure book, I'd like to toss in the Danny Dunn or Alvin Fernald series as suggestions, or, adding more elements of sci-fi/fantasy, Eleanor Cameron's "Mushroom Planet" series or Louis Slobodkin's "Spaceship under the Apple Tree" series. A few others of old but still fun ... Robert McCloskey's "Homer Price" books, all of Ethelyn M. Parkinson's books (Today I am a Ham, Merry Mad Bachelors, Rupert Piper, etc.), Mary Nash's series (Mrs. Coverlet's Detectives, etc.). Keith Robertson's "Henry Reed" books, Jerome Beatty's "Matthew Looney"/"Soda Pop Stretcher" books ... heck, even those old "Miss Pickerell" stories by Ellen MacGregor and later by Dora Pantell.

But as for a group of kids having adventures, it is hard to top the ever-classic Mad Scientists' Club books by Bertrand R. Brinley. Especially with the brilliant illustrations by Charles Geer. I used to pick out every book I saw at the library to read that had a cover by him.
  • Xcorn
Great book for the kids!
It's a great book to read, even for adults. Has lots of twists, turns and leaves you satisfied, but hoping the kids and their story will go on. Please write a sequel!!