What fun to go Undercover! At least that’s what Leilani thinks. But sneaking around, spying and planning a stakeout brings on many problems she never imagined.
Go ahead and laugh as you read about the kids’ predicaments—and how they get out of them and eventually solve the mystery.
When you read any of the books from the Hawaiian Island Detective Club Series, you’ll discover the unique chapter headings. Umi means “ten” in Hawaiian. Each chapter in the teens becomes “ten plus one,” “ten plus two,” etc. So, ten, eleven and twelve become: Umi, Umikumakahi and Umikumalua. Keep trying to pronounce those chapter headings! Just wait until you see the twenties!! Yikes!
Blog Tour Continues!! Please visit Linda Glaz’s Blog TODAY! And Jessica Nelson’s Blog on Wednesday, September 12 to read a review/interview about Pineapples in Peril!
Have you Missed a Review?? Check out my new page: Reviews & Endorsements to catch up on all the past reviews, as well as see what reviewers are coming up, and read the amazing endorsements for Pineapples in Peril!
There are a couple more weeks of alphabet fun, so join me on Mondays and Thursdays as I go through the alphabet, giving you little snippets of words from Pineapples in Peril (Book 1 of The Hawaiian Island Detective Club.) It’s the ABCs OF THE HIDC!—until the release date for Pineapples on October 2, 2012.
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The Hawaiian Island Detective Club
Book One—Pineapples in Peril
RELEASES OCTOBER 2, 2012