Buried Alive

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10 thoughts on “Buried Alive

  1. Yarlyn Rodriguez Yarlyn Rodriguez says:

    this book is about three kids that are abandoned in alaska denial national park and by them walking there they heard a roar from some where and when they got to the place were they heard the roar they saw that there were avalanches.the avalanches were buried alive and the kids did not know what to do to help them out because there was a lot of snow and with the kids freezing then how would they be able to do something to help the avalanches out the kids father left them in alaska but at the end this book is about three kids that are abandoned in alaska denial national park and by them walking there they heard a roar from some where and when they got to the place were they heard the roar they saw that there were avalanches.the avalanches were buried alive and the kids did not know what to do to help them out because there was a lot of snow and with the kids freezing then how would they be able to do something to help the avalanches out the kids father left them in alaska but at the end of the story he came back for and they also got the avalanches out but almost at the very end of the story the kids were suffering because they could not sleep well and jack had a very bad headache that he even wanted to throw up.i think that at the end of the story they were all happy that their fsther came back for them because they really suffered


  2. Cari Orr Cari Orr says:

    OMG oh my gosh I love this book I love the adventure and narrow escapes Would recommend this book to anyone.This is a must read


  3. Julie Julie says:

    Formula mystery series set in Alaska Good, fun read for kids who want action, adventure and mystery in a fairly short novel


  4. Elizabeth Heuston Elizabeth Heuston says:

    By Gloria Skurzynski and Alane FergusonGenre Chapter Book Fiction, Mystery Audience third to sixth gradeTopic Notational Parks, AvalanchesTheme Stay strong and you can get through anythingCurricular Uses Read aloud and independent readingReading Level FluentLiterary Elements Dialogue, Symbolism, imageryThoughts Buried Alive is the 12th book in the series The Landon kids and Nicky Milano are in Denali National Park find themselves lost in the wilderness Then an Avalanche comes and th By Gloria Skurzynski and Alane FergusonGenre Chapter Book Fiction, Mystery Audience third to sixth gradeTopic Notational Parks, AvalanchesTheme Stay strong and you can get through anythingCurricular Uses Read aloud and independent readingReading Level FluentLiterary Elements Dialogue, Symbolism, imageryThoughts Buried Alive is the 12th book in the series The Landon kids and Nicky Milano are in Denali National Park find themselves lost in the wilderness Then an Avalanche comes and they have to worry about survival Great book for kids who like the outdoors


  5. Wanda Wanda says:

    This formula mystery is part of a series set in various National Parks Buried Alive takes place in Alaska s Denali National Park and Preserve where the Landon siblings grapple with a foster boy s mysterious past that leaves them stranded in the aftermath of an avalanche The targeted audience is the intermediate grades Scouts working on survival skills might enjoy this book.


  6. Jody Jody says:

    Woke up at 4 30 a.m on a Sunday morning and continued reading Finished at 5 50 a.m Out of all 13 of these National Park Mysteries for youngers, this was probably THEEE most gripping and mysterious Why Well, the mob was involved for one Witness protection programand obviously an avalanche Here s hoping my fifth graders will love these books


  7. Colleen Baker Colleen Baker says:

    A good little mystery, festooned with facts about Denali National Park and the elusive wolverine Written by a mother daughter team, the mother a scientist, the daughter a child fiction writer Eleven others books in the series, each about a different national park, and published by National Geographic Society.


  8. Edna Little Fish In Running Waters Spring Edna Little Fish In Running Waters Spring says:

    I am afriad I am going to run out of our National Parks


  9. Alyssa Alyssa says:

    i hate this book it is super boring and confusing


  10. The Third Place A Teen Library The Third Place A Teen Library says:

    F SKU mionp bk.12


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Buried Alive ➻ [Reading] ➽ Buried Alive By Gloria Skurzynski ➰ – Polishdarling.co.uk This latest thriller takes the Landons to Alaska, where wildlife biologist Olivia and her photographer husband, Steven, have been asked to study the impact of snowmobiles on the wolverine population o This latest thriller takes the Landons to Alaska, where wildlife biologist Olivia and her photographer husband, Steven, have been asked to study the impact of snowmobiles on the wolverine population of Denali National Park With the family isyear old Nicky Milano When a man in a Park Service uniform offers to take Jack, Ashley, and Nicky on a dogsled ride, the kids eagerly accept They mush off across the snow, riding deeper and deeper into the frozen wilderness But during a rest stop, the man suddenly rushes off, leaving the young people stranded As they huddle to keep warm and try to figure out what to do, they hear a deafening roar Avalanche Now the kids must fight for their lives Can they somehow escape the thundering mass of snow Or will they be buried alive.

  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • Buried Alive
  • Gloria Skurzynski
  • English
  • 16 June 2019
  • 0792269683

About the Author: Gloria Skurzynski

May you live in interesting times That ambiguous wish was not meant to be kind, because interesting times can be difficult You and I certainly live in interesting times dangerous, challenging, and fascinatingMy parents were born just before the start of the twentieth century my youngest grandchild arrived in this century s final decade The years in between have been the most dynamic in the history of the human race Technical knowledge has exploded so has the Earth s human population We can create almost anything, yet each day we lose parts of our planet that can never be replacedI m greedy I want to write about all of it the history, the grief, joy, and excitement of being human in times past the cutting edge inventions of times almost here from the author s websiteGloria Skurzynski has also co written books with her daughter Alane Ferguson.



10 thoughts on “Buried Alive

  1. Yarlyn Rodriguez Yarlyn Rodriguez says:

    this book is about three kids that are abandoned in alaska denial national park and by them walking there they heard a roar from some where and when they got to the place were they heard the roar they saw that there were avalanches.the avalanches were buried alive and the kids did not know what to do to help them out because there was a lot of snow and with the kids freezing then how would they be able to do something to help the avalanches out the kids father left them in alaska but at the end this book is about three kids that are abandoned in alaska denial national park and by them walking there they heard a roar from some where and when they got to the place were they heard the roar they saw that there were avalanches.the avalanches were buried alive and the kids did not know what to do to help them out because there was a lot of snow and with the kids freezing then how would they be able to do something to help the avalanches out the kids father left them in alaska but at the end of the story he came back for and they also got the avalanches out but almost at the very end of the story the kids were suffering because they could not sleep well and jack had a very bad headache that he even wanted to throw up.i think that at the end of the story they were all happy that their fsther came back for them because they really suffered


  2. Cari Orr Cari Orr says:

    OMG oh my gosh I love this book I love the adventure and narrow escapes Would recommend this book to anyone.This is a must read


  3. Julie Julie says:

    Formula mystery series set in Alaska Good, fun read for kids who want action, adventure and mystery in a fairly short novel


  4. Elizabeth Heuston Elizabeth Heuston says:

    By Gloria Skurzynski and Alane FergusonGenre Chapter Book Fiction, Mystery Audience third to sixth gradeTopic Notational Parks, AvalanchesTheme Stay strong and you can get through anythingCurricular Uses Read aloud and independent readingReading Level FluentLiterary Elements Dialogue, Symbolism, imageryThoughts Buried Alive is the 12th book in the series The Landon kids and Nicky Milano are in Denali National Park find themselves lost in the wilderness Then an Avalanche comes and th By Gloria Skurzynski and Alane FergusonGenre Chapter Book Fiction, Mystery Audience third to sixth gradeTopic Notational Parks, AvalanchesTheme Stay strong and you can get through anythingCurricular Uses Read aloud and independent readingReading Level FluentLiterary Elements Dialogue, Symbolism, imageryThoughts Buried Alive is the 12th book in the series The Landon kids and Nicky Milano are in Denali National Park find themselves lost in the wilderness Then an Avalanche comes and they have to worry about survival Great book for kids who like the outdoors


  5. Wanda Wanda says:

    This formula mystery is part of a series set in various National Parks Buried Alive takes place in Alaska s Denali National Park and Preserve where the Landon siblings grapple with a foster boy s mysterious past that leaves them stranded in the aftermath of an avalanche The targeted audience is the intermediate grades Scouts working on survival skills might enjoy this book.


  6. Jody Jody says:

    Woke up at 4 30 a.m on a Sunday morning and continued reading Finished at 5 50 a.m Out of all 13 of these National Park Mysteries for youngers, this was probably THEEE most gripping and mysterious Why Well, the mob was involved for one Witness protection programand obviously an avalanche Here s hoping my fifth graders will love these books


  7. Colleen Baker Colleen Baker says:

    A good little mystery, festooned with facts about Denali National Park and the elusive wolverine Written by a mother daughter team, the mother a scientist, the daughter a child fiction writer Eleven others books in the series, each about a different national park, and published by National Geographic Society.


  8. Edna Little Fish In Running Waters Spring Edna Little Fish In Running Waters Spring says:

    I am afriad I am going to run out of our National Parks


  9. Alyssa Alyssa says:

    i hate this book it is super boring and confusing


  10. The Third Place A Teen Library The Third Place A Teen Library says:

    F SKU mionp bk.12


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