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This is our new Mother-Son blog. I am Donna, (Mom), and Lucas is my 13 year old 7th grader. We both love to read and decided to create this blog to write about the books we enjoy. Lucas is very interested in science cannot wait to share his insights about the books he's reading and 7th grade.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

The final adventure in bestselling author Patrick Carman's delightfully wacky Floors trilogy!

Taking mystery and adventure to the next level.

It's not every day that a hotel loses its top floor. Then again, the Whippet Hotel is no stranger to wackiness. So when the entire floor is hoisted into the night sky by a nearly invisible airship, Leo and Remi know they're in for the ride of their lives.

But little do the boys know just how amazing their voyage will become. They are headed to the field of wacky inventions, where they will have to compete against a number of foes for an incredible prize.

It will take all of Leo and Remi's bravery, skill, and burping power to decode the outrageous puzzles hidden among the floors of Merganzer D. Whippet's newest and most peculiar construction. But they must -- because if they don't, they'll lose their beloved Whippet Hotel forever.

my thoughts

FANTASTIC!  Love Leo and Remi's adventures with Merganzer Whippet.   

This is a fabulous finish to the series.  A book that any middle grade student, boy or girl, would love to read.  The vocabulary is appropriate for the age group without being intimidating.  The plot and story 
will keep the readers attention.  

The addition of Lucy and her pet TRex Phil add a new dimension to the story.  A girl handy person added to the Leo-Remi duo.   Her addition only helps the duo.   

I'm sorry to see this series end.  Patrick Carman has done a spectacular job creating a world kids love. 

Lucas' thought:

Love this story.   Lucy and Phil, her pet TRex are awesome additions to the story.   This is the end of the Floors books. :(   Hopefully Mr. Carmen will write another great series for us kids to read.  He really and truly makes reading fun.  I wish I could visit the Floors hotels! 

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