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Thursday, September 19, 2013

Don't Forget Sam!

Don't you think Sam keeps Leilani and Maile grounded when they're trying to solve a mystery? Hmmm . . . maybe not since sometimes he teams up with Kimo and all his crazy antics. Enjoy the interview!

Hey, Sam, what was the best part of the music school mystery?

Having Brandon around. He loves cars just like me. Leilani and Maile are cool, except when they get all goofy and annoying.
What about Kimo?

Kimo’s pretty cool. I’m hoping he’ll become an official member ’cause he’s funny, smart and great at video games.
Were video games an important part of solving the Music School mystery?

Naw, but I just love playing them and Kimo’s way good for a 10-year-old.
Were there any scary moments while solving this mystery?

(Sam chomps on some dried mango) Seeing Leilani with those huge bumps all over her face. (He bellows) Oh, sorry . . . I totally liked riding bikes into town and spying on Mr. Lee, especially when we almost got caught—I kinda freaked . . . oh, but don’t tell Maile and Leilani. They’ll think I’m a wimp for sure.
Okay, I won’t say a word. So, I hear you met Chad Rivers, Carly’s brother.

Yup. He works in construction for my dad sometimes. Chad is kinda scary just like Carly. Poor Leilani always seems to get into it with Carly and this time she had to face Chad too.
Yeah, scary for sure! Thanks for visiting, Sam.

Would you like to see some other interviews in the future? Maybe Mrs. Wong or Kainoa or even Carly Rivers?? Let me know!

Aloha, and Mahalo for visiting!

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