The Mystery at Walt Disney World (Real Kids, Real Places)

Interest LevelReading LevelReading A-ZATOSWord Count
Grades 4 - 8Grades 3 - 5Q4.418532
What was supposed to be a vacation for four real kids at Walt Disney World turns into a wild ride as first one kid disappears, then another, and there's only one left to solve the mystery!Renaissance Learning, Inc now has Accelerated Reader quizzes for all of the Carole Marsh Mysteries!
Paperback, 160 pages
Published on September 1, 2003 by Carole Marsh Mysteries
ISBN-10: 0635021048
ISBN-13: 9780635021045
2 Book Reviews
  • pandapal
    pandapalThursday, June 3, 2021 at 8:21 am44 stars
    This book is a great one, though it mixes a little fact with fiction. For example, I HAVE BEEN TO DISNEY OVER 15 TIMES AND NEVER GOT KIDNAPPED. Yes, 4 kids get kidnapped and I can't tell you more because I would be a spoiler. But other than the kidnapping fiction, this is a great book. (I assure you that Disney World is the happiest place on Earth and highly recommend for you to go. )
    • jesusboy03
      jesusboy03Sunday, June 26, 2016 at 10:06 am44 starsFeatured
      This is a kids book review of "The Mystery at Disney World, by Carole Marsh": Pros: It is a good book, showing some of the cool things at Disney World. It is an intriguing mystery for younger kids. Cons: It is a bit outdated (Extra TERRORestrial Alien Encounter, part of the map, George W. Bush, Etc.) Parts of it don't make sense, or are unrealistic (Grant and Christina have heard the story of W. Disney "hundreds of times" yet they have a ton of questions about it, the whole kidnapping "gig", etc.) Conclusion: It is a rather good book for kids 7 to 10, and I would recommend it for kids of that age who will be going to Walt Disney World for the first time.