No. of pages 208
Roxie and the Hooligans are back and this time, Smoky Jo is swiped by a kidnapper who is as blunder-prone as Roxie, Uncle Dangerfoot, and Lord Thistlebottom are clever.
Roxie is back! And that means the Hooligans are not far behind. The last time we saw the lot of them, they were being honored as town heroes for thwarting a bank robbery. Now these friends find more trouble afoot...that is, Uncle Dangerfoot to be exact. Roxie's most beloved uncle is taking her on vacation to a beach house, and of course the Hooligans sneak along.
But their little beach vacation is not what it seems when the Hooligans unveil the secret invention Uncle Dangerfoot has been hiding from his nemesis, who would do anything to get his hands on it. So when one of those rowdy, messy, trouble-making Hooligans goes missing, the suspect is obvious. But, when it comes to those LOUD, mess-making, rambunctious, always-hungry, ill-mannered Hooligans, what's worse: Missing a Hooligan? Or staying sane while keeping her hostage?!
This book has been graded for interest at 7-10 years.
There are 208 pages in this book. This is a chapter book. Publishers market early chapter books at readers aged 6-10 years. This book was published 2019 by Simon & Schuster .
Phyllis Reynolds Naylor has written over 100 books, many of which take place in West Virginia. Alexandra Boiger is the illustrator of numerous children's books, including Thanks a LOT, Emily Post! by Jennifer LaRue Huget and The Little Bit Scary People by Emily Jenkins. Mrs. Boiger lives in Northern California with her husband and daughter. Visit her at www. alexandraboiger. com.
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This book has been nominated for the following awards:
Louisiana Young Readers' Choice Award
This book was recognised in the Grades 3-5 category by the Louisiana Young Readers' Choice Award.
Iowa Children's Choice Award
This book was recognised by the Iowa Children's Choice Award.
Great Stone Face Book Award
This book was recognised by the Great Stone Face Book Award.
Sunshine State Young Reader's Award
This book was recognised in the Grades 3-5 category by the Sunshine State Young Reader's Award.
This book was recognised by the Bluebonnet Award.
Flicker Tale Children's Book Award
This book was recognised in the Intermediate category by the Flicker Tale Children's Book Award.
South Carolina Childrens Junior and Young Adult Book Award
This book was recognised by the South Carolina Childrens Junior and Young Adult Book Award.