“Whoa! Packed with plenty of humor, intrigue, and unexpected twists and turns, The Lost Treasure of Tuckernuck kept me guessing until the very end.” (Lisa Yee, author of Millicent Min, Girl Genius and Warp Speed )
“As fun and funny as it is mysterious!” (Adam Rex, New York Times bestselling author of The True Meaning of Smekday and Cold Cereal)
“Fans of The Westing Game will easily get wrapped up in this hilarious, delicious mystery full of surprises, but be warned: you’ll sorely wish you attended Tuckernuck after reading this...sigh.” (David Yoo, author of The Detention Club and Stop Me If You've Heard This One Before )
The Lost Treasure of Tuckernuck has been nominated for the 2014-15 Texas Bluebonnet Award!
Visit the official website here and watch a video of all the nominees here.
And here's the list of all 20 nominees -- happy reading!
The Lost Treasure of Tuckernuck has also been nominated for the Massachusetts Children's Book Award!
You can see all of the nominees on the Master List located here -- enjoy!
The Pennsylvania Young Reader’s Choice Awards Program released its Master List for 2014-2015, and The Lost Treasure of Tuckernuck is one of the nominees for Grades 3 to 6!
You can see the other books nominated in that category, along with the books nominated for Kindergarten - Grade 3 and Grades 6-8 here.
There are lots of great reading choices on these lists! Have fun!
“The Lost Treasure of Tuckernuck reminded me of a lot of my time in sixth grade, only with more mystery and treasure-hunting, and less benchwarming for the J.V. volleyball team.” (Mac Barnett, author of The Brixton Brothers Mysteries )
“Funny, smart, mysterious, and playful-read it or risk being tuckered out.” (David Lubar, author of Hidden Talents)
“This book has everything: action, mystery, hilarity, and gerbils! What more do you need? Plus, it leaves you craving doughnuts for some reason.” (Chris Rylander, author of The Fourth Stall books )
copyright 2012 by Emily Fairlie