Annie's Adventures

Annie's Adventures

Paperback - 2008
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On New Year's Eve, the octuplets Huit--Annie, Durinda, Georgia, Jackie, Marcia, Petal, Rebecca, and Zinnia--discover that their parents are missing, and then uncover a mysterious note instructing them that each must find her power and her gift if they want to know what happened to their parents.
Publisher: Boston : Sandpiper, 2008.
ISBN: 9780547053387
054705338X
9780547133492
0547133499
Characteristics: viii, 136 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.

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rojon
Jul 08, 2016

I recommend this book because it has some emotion in it and also has a bit of action. I like how at the end of the book you do not know what is going to happen next and you want to keep on reading. At the beginning it is kind of sad how they do not know where there parents are but it is also exciting to know what they are going to do.

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jmli
Jul 05, 2016

Really good beginning to a fantastic series!! I love how the novels in this series are suitable for young ages, but also contain loads of mystery.

maryamabid Mar 13, 2015

This book is the first book in the series The Sisters 8. It is very exciting to read.My favourite part in the story is when Annie {The oldest child} got her power and gift. What's her gift and power?Better the book to find out....
P.S, the sisters are ocuplets they were born one minute apart.{ocuplets are like twins or triplets but instead with 8 sisters}

Allycat24 Aug 05, 2014

I am 11 and I love these books

samdog123 Aug 01, 2014

A really great little mystery series for kids under 10. Eight sisters, eight cats and a mystery to solve. When their parents go missing, the sisters receive a note telling them that each must discover their special power in order to discover what happened to their parents. First in a series of eight titles, one for each sister.

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mubarak2011
Oct 19, 2013

itan

horselover4 Feb 06, 2013

sisters 8? AWESOME!my best friend read them so i am ,too it is awesome

sterek Jun 27, 2012

I read this book when in the summer before fifth grade . . . I know, tad late, huh? But it had a really cute cover and the beginning was an instant hook! I love it and continued reading the series. While it may be a bit kiddish (actually, I'm older than the age group required XD), it was funny and adventurous enough for a couple of, erm, 8-year-old octuplets.

(Staff) Kyla Zerbes Apr 14, 2012

Grabbed this b/c it looked cute. Glad I did. The little girl it was for read it 6 times in a row. Thankfully not out loud :)

Van_T Feb 26, 2012

Really good book

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Jan 01, 2017

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rojon
Jul 08, 2016

rojon thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 8 and 12

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whiteshadow13 Mar 13, 2012

On New Year's Eve, the octuplets Huit--Annie, Durinda, Georgia, Jackie, Marcia, Petal, Rebecca, and Zinnia--discover that their parents are missing, and then uncover a mysterious note instructing them that each must find her power and her gift if they want to know what happened to their parents.

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