Chase Danger Super Spy: Pirates of Pineapple Island {Book Review}

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Chase Danger Super Spy
Pirates of Pineapple Island
By Chad and Lisa Olivera
 
About the Book: Join 7-year-old super-spies Chase Danger and Princess Ali Bali in their 2nd
adventure. This time, the two heroes have to rescue magical pineapples and Ali’s
brother, Aiden, from the dreaded pirate Captain Looney.  2nd in a series of Chase
Danger, Super Spy books. Full color illustrations by Adam Goodman. 

About the Authors: Lisa and Chad Olivera are an Author and
publishing team from California. Published works include the Chase Danger, Super
Spy Series: Book #1 Mystery of the special Sauce and book #2 Pirates of
Pineapple Island. Lisa works with young children as a Special Circumstance Aide and
Chad is a musician, composer and children’s theater director. They live and work
in Santa Clarita California. As a family they enjoy writing books, going to the
beach, watching movies and going on Geocaching adventures. Please visit them at
http://www.chasedanger.com/ and “LIKE”
them on facebook for exciting updates.

My thoughts: Or more accurately, my kids thoughts. They loved this even more than the first book. Now when I ask them if they want to read Chase Danger, it has to be the Pirate Princess one! I’m sure it has something to do with having 3 Princesses in the house. As much as we loved The Mystery of the Special Sauce, adding in a Princess, Pirates and Pineapples, took my kids to another level of joy in reading. Again, I just love the reading theater that comes along with the book.  The voice of the characters, and sound effects brings the adventure to life.
As a parent, I like the family aspect this book teaches. Our families are important, and even if we don’t always get along, we still love them.

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