Surprise Island (The Boxcar Children Mysteries)

Interest LevelReading LevelReading A-ZATOSWord Count
Grades K - 3Grades 1 - 5O4.222923
Summer vacation on an almost private island gives the Aldens a challenge.
Hardcover, 188 pages
Published on January 1, 1949 by Albert Whitman & Company
ISBN-10: 0807576735
ISBN-13: 9780807576731
7 Book Reviews
  • nac
    nacover 2 years55 stars
    Join the Boxcar children on summer vacation. But on this vacation, they get a whole island to themselves. other than the fisherman and his young helper. The find lost Indian artifacts and even a lost relative. Enjoy reading the Boxcar children's problem-solving skills and fun adventure.
    • bookie8
      bookie8about 4 years
      This book is really fun because they have to survive on the island and get to explore it. The Native American parts were very interesting.
      • matthew1234
        matthew1234almost 6 years
        I thought that this book was really good. It must be really fun to survive. Then living on the beach with only six people. Their names are Henry, Jessie, Violet, Benny.
        • smartowl45
          smartowl45almost 6 years
          looks cool
          • angielea
            angieleaover 6 years55 stars
            I love this series
            • lucash11
              lucash11over 7 years
              March 17, 2014 The Alden’s By: Lucas If you like Boxcar books I highly recommend you read Surprise Island by: Gertrude Chandler Warner it is a great mystery book! They also learned survival. They also find many different Indian things. I liked that they found an Indian skeleton and a pile of shells where the Indians made their money! This is why I am trying to persuade you into reading this book!
              • ikyra_marie
                ikyra_marieover 7 years
                Great book!