Amelia Fang and the Lost Yeti Treasures sees the gang visiting the Yeti Pits to celebrate Grand-yeti’s 350th birthday party. This is very exciting in itself as the Yeti pit is a warren of tunnels built into Yeti Mountain, and also we all love a good party with loads of food.
Things aren’t all as they seem though, throughout the day and evening objects, shiny objects, go missing.
Amelia and friends resolve to find out what’s happening but will they be able to do it before things go really wrong.
Another lovely adventure which concentrates on themes of friendship and growing up. It’s this core to each of the Amelia Fang adventures that I love the most; a group of children learning and growing emotionally together and supporting each other.
In this one Amelia is also worried about making new friends outside the core group and this become a bit of a problem and upset, until the group work it out.
Funny, friendly, and really fangtastic. One of the best series of vampire books for this age group (well any age group really).
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