Andrea Carter and the Trouble with Treasure

Andrea Carter and the Trouble with Treasure When innocent horseplay temporarily lands Andi and her friends in jail they decide that a trip into the mountains will leave their troubles far behind Accompanied by big brother Mitch and armed with

  • Title: Andrea Carter and the Trouble with Treasure
  • Author: Susan K. Marlow
  • ISBN: 9780825433528
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Paperback
  • When innocent horseplay temporarily lands Andi and her friends in jail, they decide that a trip into the mountains will leave their troubles far behind Accompanied by big brother Mitch and armed with a map showing old gold diggings, they canit wait to strike it rich What could be better than two weeks of camping and horseback riding But instead of gold they find heaps ofWhen innocent horseplay temporarily lands Andi and her friends in jail, they decide that a trip into the mountains will leave their troubles far behind Accompanied by big brother Mitch and armed with a map showing old gold diggings, they canit wait to strike it rich What could be better than two weeks of camping and horseback riding But instead of gold they find heaps of trouble trouble that leaves Mitch gravely wounded Andi needs help fast But who can she trust And what good is a bag of gold when her beloved brother lies near death in the middle of nowhere

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    1. It's books like these that made me hate to read as a kid. Here was the pitch: Hey sweetie, do you want to read a book? Look, this one is about an adventurous little girl -- And she has horsies!I didn't realize books could even be pitched to women that didn't have horses in it until I was 19. Unfortunatly, I found the publishers had just replaced horses with men modeled by Fabio.Not that I'm complaining.



    2. Surprisingly well-told book, with complete, nuanced characters and catchy plot. This is a youth book (not Young Adult, but Juvenile fiction). Andrea Carter and two friends join her brother on a two-week trek in the California hills. Panning for gold, camping under the stars, and nobody to remind Andi to act like a young lady. They get more adventure than they planned, but readers will enjoy the journey.I can picture myself reading the entire Andrea Carter series to my child, once they are old en [...]


    3. Title: ANDREA CARTER AND THE TROUBLE WITH TREASUREAuthor: Susan K. MarlowPublisher: Kregel PublicationsJanuary 2010ISBN: 978-0-8254-3352-8Genre: Inspirational/youthWhen innocent horseplay lands Andi and her friends in jail, they are horrified. But their stay is short-lived when the bank in town is robbed. Andi’s brother, Mitch, is planning on taking Andi and her friend Jenny up the mountain to visit a logging camp, and their friend, Chad, begs to go along and pan for gold. The three friends ca [...]


    4. As the California sun bears down on her, thirteen-year-old Andi Carter is ready for adventure! She lives on the Circle C Ranch in the year of 1881. The main plot of the book begins when Andi's friend Cory, gets his hands on a map of Fresno Flats, which shows where old gold diggings and mines are. Andi has another friend, Jenny, who is visiting for the summer. 3 kids and a treasure map equal a heap of trouble. Andi's older brother is also in on some of the schemes, and you can't forget Taffy, And [...]


    5. The story is about Andi, her brother Mitch, and her friends Cory and Jenny. They are heading out for more than two weeks of horseback riding and camping. Right before they set out on their trip the incompetent deputy who is in charge while the sheriff is away decides to try putting Andi, Cori Jenny and their friend Jack in jail. They were just goofing around but he decided he would teach them a lesson. Needless to say they are happy to leave for the next couple of weeks after they are released t [...]


    6. This is my first ride with Andi and her friends, and it was an enjoyable one. It is about things not always going as planned, about growing up fast, about sibling love, about the strong love of friends, and about justice. I thought it was a very well-planned, well-thought out story. The characters were all good, and they all grew, especially Andi, Cory, and Jenny. The one character that my mind imagined as cardboard was the deputy, but even he was a good, necessary character. Throughout the majo [...]


    7. Andrea Carter and the Trouble with Treasure was a very good book. It had all I wanted in a book- Christian morals, adventure, and a spunky female main character. Plot: Andrea Carter lives on Circle C Ranch. She likes living there for the most part and loves her horse Taffy. When Andrea (nicknamed Andi) and her friends are temporarily in jail for innocent horseplay, a trip to the mountains is just what they need. Especially since Cory has a treasure map leading to old gold diggings. But Andi, her [...]


    8. Andrea Carter is back with another Circle C adventure story! This time Andi and her friends get into some serious trouble when they follow an old map into the Sierras to search for gold. They do find treasure – but not the treasure they expected! Plus, they find a whole heap of trouble, too. Andi’s big brother Mitch goes along to keep them safe, but when he is injured, it’s up to Andi to rescue him. But where can she turn for help when they’re in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by snak [...]


    9. Won this is the first reads giveawayKES: I liked the tomboy character and how the author caught you up to where this story took place on the front page. It helped out without giving away how the other stories played out. DISLIKES: What I didn't like about this book was that for being set in he 1880's it seemed like it could have taken place today. There was nothing that really said "this is the 1880's". Having to ride horses and a bank robbery were some of the things that were a bit more period. [...]


    10. When I read Susan K. Marlow's Trouble with Treasure, I had to read it all in one evening! I still remember the excitement-you feel as if you MUST read that next chapter. It is as if that next chapter must be read for the characters to survive the night! The author expertly combines climax after climax into the main storyline. Andrea Carter, affectionally known as "Andi" to what must be hundreds of fans (I'm guessing from Mrs. Marlow's blog's popularity!), is struggling with growing up. But as sh [...]


    11. *I received this book free from First Reads.I had some difficulty getting through this book. The tension and pace were really uneven for me. I questioned whether parents would really let their kids go out on an adventure by themselves for two weeks, sending them only with some jerky and few supplies. And considering that Jenny was a guest, it seems highly unlikely that any responsible adult would willingly send kids out on horses, navigating mountains and other parts of the wilderness. I though [...]


    12. Andi Carter is a fun loving thirteen year old girl who always seems to find trouble. Planning a trip to the mountains with her brother, Mitch, and her friends seems like fun. They plan to pan for gold and *hopefully* find treasure. Instead they find themselves involved in a nightmare. Mitch is wounded by bank robbers. High in the mountains, alone and without help, Andi and her friends will be forced to fight for survival. When a villain from their past shows up, Andi must determine how to outwit [...]


    13. What a cute novel! I skimmed this one before I gave it to my little sister and I have to admit it caught my interest. I've always loved books set in the Old West. The characters were believable and the dialogue real. No preaching but a Christian message still comes through strong. Hope my sister loves it!


    14. I won this book of good reads first reads and I think my daughter will really enjoy it. She has been really into the American Girl books and I think she would really like this series as well. It has a lot of the same feel. I really enjoyed how the author portrayed the era. Her characters are fun to follow and very engaging. It is a great book for any girl who enjoys the American Girl books.


    15. I won this book and I am giving it to my niece. This is the type of book she loves and I know this will be a great read for her! When she is done I will update my review to reflect her view of the book.


    16. The book was okay. I questioned about the kids going off by themselves, I had to question where all the adults were. It did have a christian overtone that wasn't heavyhanded. I can see were girls would like reading it.


    17. I won this ARC from the giveaway. Thanks!! This is a nice, clean young person's book that has a good message. I will be looking more by this author! It's nice to read a book that teaches a moral lesson.



    18. I thought this was a pretty good juvenile fiction book. Very well written for the target market and interesting. I'll be keeping this one around for my girls to read when they're older.




    19. I just heard about the "First Read Giveaway" with when they sent the recent newsletter. So I signed up and what do you know? I won a book! Looking forward to its arrival!


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