Violet ha passato le vacanze a esplorare l'India in lungo e in largo, visitando anche lo splendido palazzo dell'eccentrico Maharaja, dove incontra la sua adorata cacatua. Ma quando torna a casa, Violet è sorpresa di ricevere una visita dal servitore del Maharaja, che le chiede di occuparsi dell'animale perchè il cacatua conosce il segreto del tesoro nascosto, e qualcuno sta cercando di rapirla per reclamare la fortuna del Maharaja!
- ISBN: 8865268808
- Casa Editrice: NORD-SUD
- Pagine: 216
**WARNING: CONTAINS SPOILERS IN 2ND PARAGRAPH** OMG!! I cannot believe that I found this book again! I read this book when I was in Year 5 It's one of the best mystery books I have ever read. I totally recommend this for 9+ I read this book in lessons, break, lunch and even bedtime. I couldn't stop; y Leggi tutto
I picked this book off the shelf in the year 2 classroom I am currently placed in. I read it in a night! Absolutely loved the plot, with amazing descriptions of places, food, and people! I love how it introduces words from India, and also gives meanings to them at the back of the book in a glossary
This was such a fun book to read! The pictures and the writing font are really pretty!
As an adult, I enjoyed the first book in this series more. It felt more cohesive and the jokes were punchier, but this was another mystery story with ridiculous, fun antics, and I was still entertained. I'm left feeling unsure about the new character Art because he seems to be replacing two characte Leggi tutto
Love this!!! and the hard cover makes it even better.
Pretty good, very enjoyable.
This was another wonderful book in this great series. We got new mysteries, new friends and best of all, still a wonderful main character. Because that is what Violet is. She is wonderful, sweet and smart. I loved reading about her trip to India, reading about her friendship with the Maharajah and ot Leggi tutto
One of my favourite mystery girls has returned and she has not lost her charm. Violet and the Hidden Treasure is just as wonderful (and stunning, honestly I must continue to compliment Simon & Schuster for those spectacular hardback editions. They are book art!) as it’s predecessor. If you haven’t re Leggi tutto
Reading about the adventures of Violet is like eating a box of chocolates. It’s a sumptuous read – in part I kept wanting to stroke the cover, which I have in hardback, as it is shiny and has Becka Moor’s divine colour illustrations on the front. The best thing though is that its luxurious feel is r Leggi tutto
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