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by Margaret Peterson Haddix

Free eBook Found (The Missing, Book 1) download ISBN: 1410412466
Author: Margaret Peterson Haddix
Publisher: Thorndike Pr; Large Print edition (March 4, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 341
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Size MP3: 1803 mb
Size FLAC: 1937 mb
Rating: 4.9
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Margaret Peterson Haddix is the author of many critically and popularly acclaimed YA and middle grade novels, including the Children of Exile series, The Missing series, the Under Their Skin series, and the Shadow Children series. A graduate of Miami University (of Ohio), she worked for several years as a reporter for The Indianapolis News.

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Books in The Missing (8 Book Series). Haddix has a gift for storytelling and also a great sense of humor. Page 1 of 1Start OverPage 1 of 1. Previous page. None of my children are adopted, but I think that this book could help children who have been adopted find a character they can relate to and also laugh along at some of the coping strategies the parents have implemented. I have not read the next books in the series, but there could potentially be some history lessons involved.

The Missing is a series of fictional young-adult novels written by Margaret Peterson Haddix

The Missing is a series of fictional young-adult novels written by Margaret Peterson Haddix. It tells the story of famous children from history stolen by futuristic time travelers from their place in time and accidentally sent to the 21st century as babies. They are then adopted by families in the 21st century

With Found, Margaret Peterson Haddix begins a new series that promises to be every bit as suspenseful as Among the Hidden, and proves her, once again, to be a. .Haddix, Margaret Peterson. The Missing Book 1: Found.

With Found, Margaret Peterson Haddix begins a new series that promises to be every bit as suspenseful as Among the Hidden, and proves her, once again, to be a master of the page-turner. I may be a bit e I love, love, love Margaret Peterson Haddix. My expectations were high with this her first book in a new series. And I was NOT disappointed.

I need help on my book report. Also he has to find out how the plane got there. it was solved when Jonah and his friends get the list of babies on the plane, their addresses, and their phone numbers from the folder on the FBI dudes desk. What is the main problem? How was it solved? I did read the book. I'm just a little confused about the book.

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Margaret Peterson Haddix. Jonah thought that after his last adventure in 1903, he and his sister Katherine would have a break from time travel for a while. For the first time, he’s willing to look into his own identity in the past, and he thinks this is his chance. Margaret Peterson Haddix. In Under Their Skin, twins Nick and Eryn successfully met their new stepsiblings, Ava and Jackson.

When thirteen-year-olds Jonah and Chip, who are both adopted, learn they were discovered on a plane that appeared out of nowhere, full of babies with no adults on board, they realize that they have uncovered a mystery involving time travel and two opposing forces, each trying to repair the fabric of time.
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Kardana
My daughter's 6th grade English class read the first book of The Shadow Children and she loved it so much that she acquired the other 2 books to read on her own. So I purchased the 1st book of this series and surprised her with it in her Easter basket. She took all of 3 days to finish the book and immediately asked for the 2nd. Her papa ordered the entire series (8 books!) as it was much more cost effective than ordering one book at a time. The author really understands how to write for adolescents! I am very pleased at how much she enjoys reading these books.
Jockahougu
Margaret P. Haddix is genius in this action-packed series. A plan lands with no one on board except babies! Years later, those babies have all been adopted and have all received mysterious letters setting them on a path to discover who they are and where they came from. Book trailers abound for "Found," but the best one was produced by Scholastic, Inc. Search for it, watch it, and then buy the whole series because you won't want to stop with book 1. Highly recommended by this middle school librarian for grades 5-8.
Kanal
In the novel Found, by Margaret Peterson Haddix, the two main characters, Jonah and Chip learned that secrets in this world can be solved. Jonah gets a mysterious letter and Chip also got one. After they read their letters their futuristic journey begins. Katherine, Jonah’s sister, wanted to help Jonah and Chip solve the mystery too. Found was the most thrilling, exciting, fascinating, frightening book to read because of the plot with so many twists and turns that the characters experience.
Jonah Skidmore is an adopted child. He is in 7th grade and best friends with Chip. He sometimes gets overwhelmed, like the time when Katherine and Chip were reading the document from Mr. Reardon, an FBI agent. Katherine Skidmore is not adopted, and she helps Chip and Jonah solve the mystery of where they were really from. Katherine is the average annoying little sister to Jonah. For example, when she threw a fit after Mom and Dad had told her about the meeting that Jonah was going to about his adoption. She threw the fit because she wanted to go with them, but her parents weren’t going to let her come to the meeting. Chip is also adopted like Jonah. He is in the same grade as Jonah. In this book, Chip reminds me of Dipper from Gravity Falls, because once Chip is solving the mysterious letter, he can't stop until it's solved. Also, Chip might have a little crush on Katherine. Even though, Jonah, Chip and Katherine have some problems along the way, these three work together to solve the mystery of Jonah and Chip’s adoption.
On the other side of the story is Mr. Reardon, he is an FBI agent. He is very strict and sometimes mean, like the time when he had a meeting with Jonah, Katherine, Mom and Dad. Maybe, it’s because he was hiding something about Jonah’s adoption story. Later in the story, when Chip, Jonah, and Katherine find themselves trapped along with 30 other kids that have a similar adoption story, Chip and Jonah’s true adoption story is revealed and they learn some other secrets that they didn’t even know about before. I highly recommend this book for kids and teens that love thriller books and futuristic stories with twists and turns.
By the way, Margaret Peterson Haddix, the amazing author, has written 46 books and her newest book is Return of the Snowflakes.She had won 67 awards for her writing. Margaret was born in Washington Court House, Ohio.
Ddilonyne
REVIEW-Melody Dempsey

FOUND,THE MISSING.

Young Jonah was adopted when he was 3 months old. He always knew he had been adopted. His friend, Chip, found out just recently, that he too, was adopted. A Mysterious letter showed up in Jonah's mailbox. A plain white envelope held this mysterious letter. Chip received the same letter as Jonah did. Jonah thought that this letter was most likely a prank from a fellow 7th grader. Chip did not share Jonah's thoughts about this letter. A little while later, another, more ominous letter showed up again, in both of the boys mailboxes. This time Jonah, (even though he said that it was probably another 7th grade pranker), had his doubts. Chip maintained his stance that these letters were real. The boys, along with Jonah's sister, Kathrine, decided to first look into some information about Chip's adoption. Chip's parents had a safe, which the kids decided to break into. They found a file with a sticky note on it, with a phone number...
This was the start of the three teens starting their own investigation into the questions about Chip's adoption and about the two mysterious letters that the boys received in the mail. Their continued curiosity and intensifying determination to find out where the letters came from, leads the three teens on a wild goose chase, at first.... thus, leading them into a world of intrigue and danger... leading Jonah and Chip to the truth about who they REALLY are!
Iesha
I am an adult and I read this book before passing it along to my children. I have to say that within the first few pages I was already laughing out loud. Haddix has a gift for storytelling and also a great sense of humor. None of my children are adopted, but I think that this book could help children who have been adopted find a character they can relate to and also laugh along at some of the coping strategies the parents have implemented. I have not read the next books in the series, but there could potentially be some history lessons involved.
Malogamand
I began reading a copy of this book that my son received for Christmas over a year ago while looking for a new adventure/thriller book for my sixth grade class. It seemed like the best option I could find on short notice, so I ordered 25 of them. The kids were so excited to get this book. They positively devoured it. I had other students finishing their assigned books quickly so they too could read this book. Not one student said anything negative about the book. They loved it and many are planning on continuing to read books in this series.