The 13th Chapter: (A Hippo Graded Reader) by Patrick Kennedy

The 13th Chapter: (A Hippo Graded Reader)

byPatrick Kennedy

Kobo ebook | June 3, 2015

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Where is Professor Montague Green?

Mahoney Green knows that something is wrong. With the help of a coded postcard, her best friend and grandmother, she must find her father before it's too late.

If Mahoney can break the code, defeat the mysterious treasure hunters and track down the missing chapter of a secret and ancient book, maybe she will solve the mystery of The Thirteenth Chapter and see her father again. One thing is for sure, it will be an adventure that she, and you, will never forget.

The Thirteenth Chapter is the first in an exciting new series of mystery books starring Mahoney Green.

The Thirteenth Chapter is published by Hippo Books, a publisher dedicated to producing interesting, readable and fun books. This book is suitable for English students with intermediate English or higher.  Be sure to check out our other Hippo Graded Readers.

About the Author:

Patrick Kennedy is the chief editor at Hippo Books. He is also one of Hippo's principal writers. He is a DELTA qualified English teacher with over ten years' experience teaching in Europe and Asia. Patrick has also written three English language textbook series. He is the author of the Mahoney Green mysteries and has contributed to many of Hippo's short story collections. To find out more about the author, click his name under the book title above.

 

Title:The 13th Chapter: (A Hippo Graded Reader)Format:Kobo ebookPublished:June 3, 2015Publisher:Hippo BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN:9990050746250

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is the first in what i would hope would ... This is the first in what i would hope would be an ongoing series of stories about the young protagonist Mahoney Green. Although I am an adult I thought I would give it a go on an idle Sunday afternoon and quickly found myself drawn in by the pacy plot and humorous writing. This is a well written story that will entertain young teens and also provide some interesting insights into Mongolian life and culture. I look forward to further instalments.
Date published: 2015-06-09