Lost in Paris

Lost in Paris Ooh la la Gwen ends up on a Parisian scavenger hunt with a cute French ami in this M X novel from the author of Lost in London Gwen Russell is thrilled to hear she will be heading to Paris with her fa

  • Title: Lost in Paris
  • Author: Cindy Callaghan
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  • Page: 360
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  • Ooh la la Gwen ends up on a Parisian scavenger hunt with a cute French ami in this M X novel from the author of Lost in London.Gwen Russell is thrilled to hear she will be heading to Paris with her family Even though the main reason for the trip is to see her three older brothers play lacrosse, Gwen and her Mom have plans to tour the city when they can.As soon as they laOoh la la Gwen ends up on a Parisian scavenger hunt with a cute French ami in this M X novel from the author of Lost in London.Gwen Russell is thrilled to hear she will be heading to Paris with her family Even though the main reason for the trip is to see her three older brothers play lacrosse, Gwen and her Mom have plans to tour the city when they can.As soon as they land, Gwen is swept up in the city she has always wanted to see, and even meets a tr s cute boy named Henri If that wasn t enough excitement, Gwen finds out that her all time favorite band is playing a one night only concert in Paris and there are tickets available to the sold old show for three lucky people The catch Fans who want a golden ticket have to work for it via a scavenger hunt around the City of Light.Through cryptic clues blasted out every day through a special website, Gwen and her new friends find themselves in a race against time and against other die hard fans as they scramble to landmarks throughout Paris And it turns out the concert tickets might not even be the biggest prize

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    1. this book was so much fun! I liked Bridgette and all the animals and liked Gwen and the scavenger hunt aspect it was sos light and fluffy and of course i loved the setting PARIS!! Although i liked Lost in London more i really enjoyed this and i can't wait to read Lost in Rome


    2. This is a short middle-grade book about 13-year-old Gwen Russell and her trip to Paris with her mom and 3 brothers. While there, she discovers that a famous band will be performing in Paris and will be having a contest to give away tickets. The contest takes the contestants to various sites around Paris for clues to the next sites until the tickets are won. It was a cute read and I enjoyed it. I'm not sure that I understand the title as she was never 'lost' in Paris; she was always with someone [...]


    3. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.Lost In Paris could have been a really fun read, had it not been for the cheesy, made-for-television-kid’s-movie quality of it all.First off, there were no well-developed characters; most of them were flat, and many were also total stereotypes that are seen so often with kid’s movies and books. The hard-core LeBoeuf, even the main character, Gwen. Honestly, I didn’t like Gwen at all. She had what I cons [...]


    4. This is a good book for someone who likes adventure! Roaming around Paris and trying to find clues means a great book for me! I don't know if this is something that I would reread, but it was good the first time around!


    5. The main character Gwen goes with her three older brothers and her mom to Paris. There she meets her old friend Bridget and a boy named Henry. She also meets a guy who is always outside her hotel playing music. When she first gets to the hotel they go straight off on a tour to see a place where people make wishes on lanterns and then throw them into the air. Then Gwen gets an email telling her about a shock value contest. Gwen could win tickets to go see her favorite band. Gwen, Bridget, and Hen [...]


    6. A girl gets to go to Paris because her brothers have a lacrosse game there. She gets to hang out for the rest of the week there. There is a competition to win tickets to her favorite band’s concert. I liked this book because it was thrilling and it was in Paris. It shows tons of the monuments in Paris.


    7. I am ashamed to admit it took me three days to read this book. My oldest daughter has been on a big Paris kick, and I think I purchased this for her one time when I went to Barnes and Noble. This is a tween novel about a tomboy (although not if you look at the cover) girl named Gwen who is traveling with her family to Paris for her brothers' lacrosse tournament. While there her dream band is offering a contest to win tickets to an upcoming concert. Forming a team with a family freiend that lives [...]



    8. I really do like this book. It is a crazy book and an amazing adventure. It is a great book for tweens and mabye 3rd through 5th grade. And I hope other people keep reading it.





    9. In Lost in Paris, Gwen finds her first trip abroad to be even more exciting than she'd hoped—now, in addition to seeing the sights of Paris, there are band tickets to be won and a cute boy to flirt with.NowI found Lost in London, the first book in this series, to be kind of dumb but pretty cute, with the latter more or less overriding the former. In this case, though, the book felt kind of cute but pretty dumb.n with the latter overriding the former.I love the premise of these books—middle-g [...]


    10. Second in the series about tween going to Europe. Gwen Russell gets a week in Paris because her three older brothers are playing in a lacrosse tournament. Once there, she discovers her family's favorite band, Shock Value, is running a scavenger hunt for tickets to their Paris concert. With the help of a pet-sitting family friend and a football playing/hotel working boy, the three set off across Paris to find the clues. Again, a bit over the top, but would probably be fun for a tween girl to disc [...]



    11. I almost DNF this book, it was boring and I could guess everything that would happen, it was just too juvenile and too cheesy. The other book by this author was way better even though they're both middle grade. Didn't like this one as much


    12. Gwen gets to go to Paris because her three older brothers are playing in sports tournaments. She's looking forward to spending quality girl time with her mom, but once they get to the City of Lights, they find out that her mom has to accompany her brothers. That's okay, because old friend Brigitte meets up with Gwen and offers to take her on her rounds with the pet business she runs. With the help of Henri, who is Gwen's age but works for the hotel where she is staying, the three get involved wi [...]


    13. Gwen gets to go to Paris because her three older brothers are playing in sports tournaments. She's looking forward to spending quality girl time with her mom, but once they get to the City of Lights, they find out that her mom has to accompany her brothers. That's okay, because old friend Brigitte meets up with Gwen and offers to take her on her rounds with the pet business she runs. With the help of Henri, who is Gwen's age but works for the hotel where she is staying, the three get involved wi [...]


    14. Gwen Russell gets the chance of her life to spend quality time with her mom because her brothers are set to go play in Paris with their Lacrosse team. Little does she know the entire week is about to center around her favorite band Shock Value.I was surprised by how much I enjoyed the wild treasure hunt, which was also used as a disguise to highlight some Parisian tourist hot spots.I found the majority of the secondary characters a bit dull but Gwen, Henry, Brigitte and her Pet van made up for i [...]


    15. Lost in Paris was the perfect book to share with my eight year old daughter. It led us to many internet searches about Paris and the unique culture that is there. It gave us a chance to explore the French language and to utilize Google translate as we read the many lines that were written in French. The complex syntax gave us ample opportunity to discuss the meaning the author was trying to convey. The story line kept us engaged and coming back for more. My daughter is now curious and inspired t [...]


    16. My thirteen-year-old daughter read this book. She enjoyed the setting (Paris!) and Gwen. She read it in one sitting and described it as a fun, light book to read. She is probably at the top of the age range for this book, yet still young enough to enjoy a fun read. She did say she would like to read the other books in this series.


    17. I thought the idea was cute, but there wasn't much substance. No character development. Mostly it was just Gwen & some "cute" guy touring around Paris on some treasure hunt. And of course then they win it. I think this would be fine for elementary school, but not really middle school.


    18. One has to enjoy a Paris setting, no? And the pet mobile while not really necessary to the story did add some comic relief to the plot.Sort of like a Disney channel movie. Nothing terrible but nothing amazing about it, either.



    19. I won this book in a good reads free giveaway on good reads for my 10 year old granddaughter. She just loves the series.




    20. The key to stay interested in these books is to read it in 1 day. This was cute but out of all 4 books I would give it the number 3 spot.




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