The Secret of Danger Point (Surfside Girls #1)

The Secret of Danger Point (Surfside Girls #1) Review

Things are getting weird in Surfside. Lately, Samantha's best friend Jade explodes into fits of giggles whenever she sees a boy, and it's throwing a wrench into the kick-back summer of surfing and hanging out that Sam had planned. But after swimming through a secret underwater cave, Sam starts to... see things. Like ghosts. And pirates. And maybe something even scarier! Can she and Jade get to the bottom of this mystery in time to save their town?

Title:The Secret of Danger Point (Surfside Girls #1)

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  • Alexa Hamilton

    Sweet beachside tween mystery covering gentrification. Loved seeing girls on surfboards, skateboards and solving a mystery with no boys at all....

  • Ann

    Very cute! I hope there are more of these. ...

  • Rod Brown

    This low-key adventure might appeal to younger readers but was too sedate for me. And I never warmed to the art style with its odd faces and heads....

  • First Second Books

    This is a fun and charming kids graphic novel about friends and family and mostly ghosts! ...

  • Chinook

    This was cool. It covers a lot - endanger species, land use and politics, friendships as puberty hits and dating starts, and then, some ghosts. I look forward to the next one. ...

  • DaNae

    I can see who it is pandering to, and I definitely have readers for it at my school, but mostly I found it annoying. ...

  • Nora

    It's the middle school version of GHOST by Raina Telgemeier! A sweet graphic novel that 5th/6th graders will LOVE. I am going to select a 6th grader to read it first & hopefully steer it through middl...

  • Kelly

    I liked the close friendship between the two girls and how they skateboard together (breaking gender stereotypes) and are intelligent and interested in nature and the news, etc. I also really like how...

  • Justin

    The story felt oddly paced and really didn't do much for me; too many unexplored elements and sidetracking leached depth from the proceedings. But the pleasing art and clean, fun interplay between the...

  • Tina Dalton

    Perfect for tweens who enjoy graphic novels--babysitter club, smile, real friends, etc....