Saturday, February 2, 2019

Camp Club Girls: Bailey by Linda Carlblom


Camp Club Girls: Bailey by Linda Carlblom


Join Bailey and the Camp Club Girls as they embark on a series of clue-filled adventures and crack the case in this entertaining and action-packed 4-in-1 mystery collection.

What's the meaning of the mysterious messages beneath shaggy sheep coats at the Curly Q ranch?  The Camp Club Girls are determined to uncover the clues as they investigate a strange string of events. Will the girls discover the whereabouts of eccentric millionaire Marshall Gonzalez?

Why are wild elk running amok in Estes Park?  During a stay at the historic Stanley Hotel, Bailey and Kate encounter out-of-control stampedes that put the townsfolk and tourists in danger. Will the Camp Club Girls uncover the reason behind the unusual elk behavior before someone gets hurt?

Are the rumors surrounding a valuable turquoise mine true? When Bailey and Elizabeth travel to a Native American village in New Mexico to help out a distant cousin and her children in their pottery shop during the busy tourist season, mysterious rumors begin to stir. The Camp Club Girls have their suspicions about rightful ownership of the mine, but will they be able to prove it?
Who's responsible for the peril at Mermaid Park?  When Bailey and Sydney are invited to spend part of the summer with Bailey’s grandmother in Florida, both girls are fascinated by the local attraction—Mermaid Park. When curious and frightening events begin to take place, will the Camp Club Girls solve the mystery and save the park before time runs out? 

My Thoughts:

This is the second Camp Club Girls book that I’ve read and I enjoyed it just as much as the first novel, Elizabeth. This is perfect for your pre-teen or teen girls. Bailey and the rest of the girls instill values as they solve mysteries. Pack full of fun, laughter and a great mystery, your girls are sure to enjoy these books. With Christian values, you do not have to worry about what your daughter or granddaughter is reading in these books. 

These stories are engaging and I love that the books are based on the characters, rather than a series. If a particular personality speaks to your young reader, it allows them to connect with the character rather than a book in a series, which can make reading more enjoyable for them.  I really enjoyed getting to know "Bailey" and I can't wait to read the rest of the series. 

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher but was not required to leave a review.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Sounds like a great book for my daughter! Thanks for the recommendation.