This creature-packed boxed set takes YOU on over eighty adventures: fly to Thailand in hopes of solving an unsolved case, take your photography skills to Uganda to help save the mountain gorillas from extinction, search for an ancient Inca city while navigating the chaos of the jungle, and take a trip to Africa and help take down a poaching ring threatening the black rhinos.
Contains 4 bestselling gamebooks for readers ages 9-12 in a bright gift box:
The Case of the Silk King by Shannon Gilligan takes YOU on a thrilling adventure as you investigate the mysterious disappearance of Jim Thompson. You are a skilled young detective. An anonymous source taps you to investigate the disappearance of Jim Thompson, an American intelligence agent that went missing while visiting friends in Malaysia. When you touch down in Asia, you realize that you are not the only one on the case.
Inca Goldby Jim Becket takes YOU on a treasure hunt adventure as you search Peru for the Lost City of Gold. You have just discovered coordinates that might point you to the Lost City of Gold-the location where the ancient Incas hid their treasure from the Spanish Conquistadors in the 1500s. The moment you land in Peru, you realize that you are not the only one on a treasure hunt.
Search for the Mountain Gorillasby Jim Wallace takes YOU on a safari adventure to the Impenetrable Forest of Uganda. You are a young photojournalist in Africa tracking the seriously endangered mountain gorilla species. You have heard that a few silverbacks have been spotted in the Impenetrable Forest, but the country is dangerous. The African safari holds many threats, not least of all poachers and their traps. When a young African girl goes missing, your choices get even more difficult.
Search for the Black Rhinoby Alison Gilligan takes YOU on an African Safari adventure in Kenya with your family. You have been looking forward to this spring break for months-a trip to Africa with your parents. You have been traveling to Kenya your whole life because your family owns a coffee plantation there. You know all the dangers of the African jungle: wild animals, man-eating tse-tse flies, and flash floods. But before you leave, you hear your parents talking about new dangers.