The Venetian Job: Bad Guys and Action - Max's Italian Holiday

The Venetian Job Bad Guys and Action Max s Italian Holiday In Mafia Encounter when Max is on a family holiday in Sicily he and Charlie notice the mafia seem to be following them Are they related to the mafia boss Will they have to learn the business Will t

  • Title: The Venetian Job: Bad Guys and Action - Max's Italian Holiday
  • Author: Sally Gould
  • ISBN: 9780994182746
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
  • In Mafia Encounter , when Max is on a family holiday in Sicily, he and Charlie notice the mafia seem to be following them Are they related to the mafia boss Will they have to learn the business Will their lives ever be the same In The Venetian Job , Max desperately wants bad guys and action, so he ll have a good story to tell when he goes back to school He and CharlIn Mafia Encounter , when Max is on a family holiday in Sicily, he and Charlie notice the mafia seem to be following them Are they related to the mafia boss Will they have to learn the business Will their lives ever be the same In The Venetian Job , Max desperately wants bad guys and action, so he ll have a good story to tell when he goes back to school He and Charlie hang out with their policeman uncle, but there doesn t seem to be a bad guy in Venice Then in a Palace on the Grand Canal, Max notices something that doesn t make sense Will Max get bad guys and action after all You never know what adventure is around the corner Book Categories Adventure books for kids 9 12 Action books for kids 9 to 12 Series books for kids age 9 12 Children s adventure books age 9 12 Children s books for kindle ages 9 12

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    1. "The Venetian Job" by Sally Gould which I won through Giveaways is a delightfully humorous blend of adventure and mystery that begins with a family holiday trip to Italy. When Max McLean's older brother Charlie suggests that their Italian relatives could include a mafia boss he begins to wonder. But it's the Carabineri stake out , an "old guy in a black suit" with dark glasses and his two bodyguards as well as a chance encounter at the hotel pool that has Max speculating about a mafia relative. [...]

    2. Max is an absolutely wonderful and enchanting little boy, unless he’s your son! Actually, it’s hard not to be delighted by Sally Gould’s Max and his brother Charlie. In fact, the whole family is full of characters, each one with their own quirks and likeable features. From the father, who bulldozes ahead to give his family memorable vacations, to the mother who is wise, understanding, caring and smitten with mystery novels, to evil Aunt Avril, who’s really not so evil and Nanna, the wond [...]

    3. "Vacation! It's Not Supposed To Be This Exciting!"This is a great young adult story about the McLean family taking a vacation to Sicily and Venice, Italy. Young Max's mom had always wanted to meet some of her Italian relatives and also to see Mount Etna, still an active volcano. Upon arrive they are all shocked at how fast other drivers race down the roadways. Poor dad is biting his lower lip trying to concentrate and stay out of harm's way of other drivers. Charlie and his younger brother, Max, [...]

    4. his is such a great book for middle grade aged readers! There are so many aspects that are good for that age of reader and they will love the action and Max.I liked the book from the start. It is full of excitement and action, which is what I love to see in younger aged readers’ books. It always draws in a lot of young readers and keeps them hooked. This is actually the third book in the Max series, but they can be read alone. I highly recommend checking these out for your young reader, or a l [...]

    5. Originally posted at: lindeay.wordpress/2015/05Curiosity killed the Cat is not a saying Max adheres to. Max is a middle grade book hero, he follows his imagination and curiosity, which tend to get him into trouble. As he is a kid he does like impulse control, which is something that make him easy to relate to, he is a “hero” but still human.This is the first book in the series I have read, and though most readers would start at book one, I missed references to Max’s history through the two [...]

    6. Fun middle grade novel. Main character Max and his brother Charlie are really engaging characters! I loved all of their relatable interactions. This was a quick , fast paced read and will definitely have a spot in my future classroom library.My only minor complaint about this book was how many times the characters used the word reckoned in the first half of the book. The word was used so repetitively and really irked me for some reason!I received this book for free through first reads giveaway. [...]

    7. The Venetian Job is about Max and his brother Charlie going to Sicily with their parents to meet some family. On the way there, Charlie convinces Max that their mom’s family is actually the mafia boss. Due to their imagination, when the boys meet a man with body guards they are convinced that he is Mr. Mafia. Along the way they meet Santo, a police officer related to their mom. I would give this book 4 fangs because it was a good plot line, but it was a little hard to follow.

    8. This third installment in The Max Books brings more excitement and less trouble than in the prior two books. Max's family ventures from Taormina to Venice, Italy and encounters Volcanoes! Mobsters! Criminals! The Carabiniere! Like the other books in the series, it can stand alone, and American readers will enjoy the Australian slang and influence. Full review on Hall Ways kristinehallways/

    9. Brothers Max and Charlie are on a family holiday in Italy. Before long, the boys are caught up in fast-paced adventures and clever Max must use his reasoning skills to help the Italian police! Great action and exciting. I really enjoyed the style of writing and the relationship between the two brothers. I'm sure that this book will be read more than once!

    10. I read this book because I loved my trip to Italy and I read a lot of kids books to improve my English. Both stories are fast, well written and I liked Max and his brother a lot. They are funny. The Venice story was my favourite because it was like I was there having that adventure in a place I'd already visited.

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