This week's book is Race for the Park Street Treasure by Sigmund Brouwer.
This is part of his Accidental Detectives series, which is a middle grade mystery. I've read it three or four times and loved it every time. Full review is coming on Sunday as part of Marvelous Middle Grade Monday.
But for today, shall we get to a couple of teasers? Here's now the book begins:
Nobody hangs around Mike Andrews when Mike's itching to displace good energy into a bad idea. At least no one smart.
Unfortunately, I wasn't thinking.
Since page 56 was actually a blank page between chapters, I'm picking a line from page 58.
"Hey, that's not fair, I protested. "You were listening."
"Cry to your mama, kid," Squinty Eyes crowed as they stood. "All's fair in love and war and trasure hunts."
And there you have it for the week. Hope you have a great weekend.