Choose Your Own Adventure
Grades: 4 - 6
Various adventure stories that allow the reader to make choices, leading them to different pages that change the course of the story.
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|Review Date||Title||Rating||Mini Series||Series No.||Comments|
|05/24/2018||Trouble on Planet Earth||Generally Acceptable||
Brothers try to figure out why the earth's oil reserved have disapeared.One sentence about praising allah.Use "psychic" power. Reader chooses outcome. Violence. Language- idiot, stupid, creeps,
|05/24/2018||The Mystery of Ura Senke||Generally Acceptable||
Boy tries to recover stolen valuable tea bowl in Japan. Reader chooses outcome.A fortune teller talks about spirits and guardians. Brief mention of a movie. Language- moron (once)
|05/24/2018||The Case of the Silk King||Problematic||
Boy tries to locate missing man in Malaysia. Lots of text and/or illustrations of temples, monasteries, monks, gods, buddha, fortune telling, incense, a few brief mentions of Easter. Boy hugs girl- text and illustration- not overtly romantic. Language- heck (once)
|05/24/2018||Return to Atlantis||Acceptable||
Marine biologists try to return to underwater Atlantis.Some violence.Reader chooses outcome. Language-stupid.
A girl is forced to pilot uncle's plane when he is knocked out. One story line is looking for a 90,000 year old Neanderthal skeleton preserved in glacial ice. Needs parental guidance.
|05/24/2018||Killer Virus||Generally Acceptable||
A girl helps her uncle research Ebola virus outbreak. Reader chooses outcome. Lots of violence.
|05/24/2018||House of Danger||Questionable||
Children answer a distress call in a mysterious house that stands on the grounds of a Civil War prison. Use "psychic" powers. Computer use.Ghosts. Language- weird, heck (once), creepy , darn (once)
A girl is forced to be an accomplice to a jewelry theft. Reader chooses ending. Lots of violence