Book Description: Andi Boggs and her best friend Colin Carter are at it again … in this third book of the Andi Boggs series, Andi Unstoppable, school has begun for the two Killdeer middle schoolers and the science teacher has a great idea! He is an expert birder and wants his class to share in the fun. In a birding group with Colin and her biggest school rival, Ava, Andi sets out to be the first student in class to spot the elusive Kirtland warbler but ends up spotting the town’s resident ghost instead!
Together with her friends, Andi takes on another small town mystery—is the legend of the ghost of Dominika Shalley more than just a story? And does her sudden appearance have anything to do with the holes the friends find in the Shalley graveyard as they look for the rare bird?
My Thoughts: I admit it...I love Amanda Flower's stories. So, I read her children's books, too. And pass them on to my mystery loving nephew.
This is the third book in the Andi Boggs Novels. But it is not a continuation of the other two stories. Stand alone books are great because then the reader has a whole new story and mystery to read.
And Boggs and her best friend Colin are two middle schoolers who are on a bird hunt for the elusive Kirkland warbler for their Science class.
Well, has is the case with Andi each of her experiences turns into a mystery of sorts. This time as she hunts for the elusive bird she comes upon a mystery...is the legend of a ghost just a legend or is there really something sinister going on in this small town.
Well, Andi and Colin find these mysterious holes in the graveyard. Andi is fairly matter of fact and knows that something is not right.
An enjoyable read. Yes, it is written for the young reader and yes, some people may have a problem with ghosts. But let's face it...we all know there aren't any ghosts and that's what makes this a great read. Young readers learn that their are always facts behind fiction.
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