Dec 04, 2021

300 Minutes of Danger

300 Minutes of Danger By {author, ☆ 300 Minutes of Danger ↠ Jack Heath ☆ 300 Minutes of Danger ↠ Jack Heath - 300 Minutes of Danger, Minutes of Danger stories dangerous situations brave kids minutes to escape

  • Title: 300 Minutes of Danger
  • Author: Jack Heath
  • ISBN: 9781760154035
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback

☆ 300 Minutes of Danger ↠ Jack Heath, 300 Minutes of Danger, Jack Heath, Minutes of Danger stories dangerous situations brave kids minutes to escape

300 Minutes of Danger

☆ 300 Minutes of Danger ↠ Jack Heath ☆ 300 Minutes of Danger ↠ Jack Heath - 300 Minutes of Danger, Minutes of Danger stories dangerous situations brave kids minutes to escape 300 Minutes of Danger

  • ☆ 300 Minutes of Danger ↠ Jack Heath
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300 Minutes of Danger

296 thought on “300 Minutes of Danger

  1. What an awesome read Every story was action packed Each one grabbed me straight away and wouldn t let me go until I d finished it Highly recommended for young readers I think this would be a great book to give to a reluctant reader Also I feel this would be a fantastic book for aspiring young authors Highly recommended



  2. Gripping adventures, great writing Highly recommended for big kids and adults.Heath s book features ten ordinary kids in ten extraordinary situations There is no time to wait for rescue these kids have to use all their courage, strength and intelligence to save their own lives, and the lives of the people around them.Parent s guide A mix of races and backgrounds, both boy and girl characters No swearing, no sex, no drugs Some violence situational eg vehicle accidents, or committed by bad guys eg [...]


  3. This makes great reading for young people, including boys, who aren t used to sustained reading but want to read something worthwhile Each chapter is a thrilling 30 minute episode in the life of a young person who must survive insurmountable odds The writing is crisp and clear and you could even set a challenge of trying to read each chapter in 30 minutes, real time 10 dangerous situations 10 brave kids 30 minutes to escape Great reading, which may spur reluctant readers onto other action packed [...]


  4. Fantastic middle grade read 10 stories, averaging about 17 pages each so great recommendation for a reluctant reader who loves action and adventure So well written, Jack Heath is a master of his craft I sometimes have trouble with middle grade books, I don t always relate and it can take me a while to get through the book but it was not the case with 300 Minutes of Danger I absolutely ZOOMED through these stories I also enjoyed that the stories intertwined but also stood alone The production of [...]


  5. Was good, i liked the way he merged a couple of different points of views in different stories My favorite would have to be last story Not going to spoil P


  6. I used this book in my 6 7 composite literacy class and it was fantastic The stories were exciting and both the boys and girls enjoyed them I highly recommend this book to anyone wanting to engage young or challenged readers in literacy Plus, as the teacher, it s always a bonus when I enjoy the book as much as the students Jack Heath has created the perfect mix of age appropriate danger and excitement I highly recommend this text to teachers and young readers alike.


  7. Loved it a lot than I thought I would I like how the stories were all individual stories, but they were also in some way connected to each other Also very tense stories, did not have the time or patience to spend 30 minutes on each story P



  8. While not being my usual fare, I zipped thorough this in no time 2 train journeys in and out from work, and half an hour with a coffee on Friday afternoon I think the format is interesting 10 stories that are supposedly unrelated that meant to be read in 30 minutes each with a count down clock at intervals on each page Hence the title Maybe a little junior for our boys, however Jack Heath is popular here made a big hit with the boys when he visited in 2012


  9. Admittedly I think I m way too old to really enjoy this book To me the situations seemed far fetched but I guess I can understand why kids would go nuts for it The situations were very exciting and could very well make you hold your breathe as you wait to see what happens My favourite part though That some of the stories linked and weaved throughout each other and that it was all set in the same world infected by the deadly Flyrus It really does seem to be a winner for say 8 9year olds.


  10. Love their is different chapters for the different people that are in danger and love their is a little bit of information of the author and their is a little information about the book like how a person is in danger from radioavtice.



  11. Short thrilling chapters Very good at adding suspense and keeps the reader guessing as to the outcome of each tricky question.




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