Hide and Seek by Katy Grant | ScholasticRemember Me. Fourteen-year-old Chase lives with his mother, stepfather, and two siblings in the high country of Arizona, where they rent cabins and run a convenience store both tourist-driven business that aren t doing very well. The family is considering a move back to Phoenix, where Chase s father lives and there are better opportunities both for parents and children. Chase loves the high country and doesn t want to leave. In particular, he loves geocaching, a sort of a treasure hunting game involving a GPS. While on a geocaching expedition, he encounters two young brothers, camping in the wilderness with their father.
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Exciting entertaining preposterous but enjoyable. We better get going, as if Dexter was the one holding us up. Lists with This Book. The trail was paved with a bunch of rust-colored cinder rocks that crunched under my tires.
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Want to begin your school year with an exciting integrated project? How about integrating geography skills with detection? Take advantage of GPS technology and promote the outdoors. Published by Peachtree Publishers with an August release. Using his GPS, he uncovers the geocache—a small metal box—hidden in a remote clearing in the mountains. When Chase returns later, he finds another message this time asking for food. He is curious—and worried—about the mysterious individuals leaving the messages.
The more he gets to know the boys, the more suspicious he becomes that something isn't right with their situation. FAQs Advertise Become a member. The beginning dragged a little but the middle got very exciting. Geocaching is enjoyed by people from all age groups, with a strong sense of comunity and support for the environment.
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