Max and Ruby's Treasure Hunt by Rosemary Wells
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Follow the clues and find the treasure with Max and Ruby!

Oh no! A thunderstorm has ruined the picnic that Max and Ruby and their friends, Louise and Lily, have planned. Now the four friends have nothing to do. But Grandma saves the day with an ingenious treasure hunt. The clues are Mother Goose rhymes and jump-rope rhymes, and a missing word in each one leads the bunnies to the next clue, until they reach the prize, a treasure chest of gold-foil-wrapped chocolate coins. This interactive picture book with lift-the-flap clues will keep fans of the bunny siblings entertained for many readings. Max and Ruby star in their own popular show on Nick Jr.
 

About Rosemary Wells

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Rosemary Wells (www.rosemarywells.com) has written more than forty books about Max and Ruby. She lives in Greenwich, Connecticut.
 
Published October 30, 2012 by Viking Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books.

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Wells’s Max and Ruby have been mainstays on the young-young reader/listener scene for many years now.

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Good thing that Max’s grandma is on a first-name basis with the Easter Bunny, who delivers the goods straight to Max’s basket.

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Featured letters are also bold and capitalized in the brief, hysterically funny text snippets: “Max poured his Cup of Cranberry juice onto the ants in his pants.” Wells includes some fun, but not over-the-top alliteration and tongue-tickling sounds to make this text appropriate for reading aloud.

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When Ruby catches Max touching her jewelry box despite her sign (``No!

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In a companion to Max and Ruby's First Greek Myth: Pandora's Box (1993), Wells adapts the Greek legend of King Midas to an amusing story-within-a-story.

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Wells cultivates her taproot into the minds and actions of young kids for an exuberant return adventure for Max and Ruby.

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