The Happy Hollisters at Sea Gull Beach (The Happy Hollisters, No. 3)

by Jerry West

Other authorsHelen S. Hamilton (Illustrator)
Hardcover, 1953



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Doubleday (1953), 184 pages


The Hollister children visit Sea Gull Beach and have many exciting and new adventures during their search for the one hundred year old treasure which is buried with the mystery ship.

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LibraryThing member zigzag
Really good for the young reader.
LibraryThing member jbarr5
The Happy Hollisters at Sea Gull Beach (Happy Hollisters, #3) by Jerry West
In this story the family are practicing being pirates and even sell tickets to a backyard play raising money for a children's cause.
Their Uncle Ross the sketch drawing cartoonist has invited them to Sea Gull Beach to be in
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a kite content and also search for the missing pirate ship.
The kids and parents are packing to go...they stop for a night and find a lot of nice people along the way.
Once they arrive in Sea Gull Beach they discover a bully like Joey at home, Homer who's father is the treasure hunter ...
So many cool things they are shown, dig for and discover that lead them to think they could be close to finding the sunken pirate ship.
Love reading about the things the kids find at the beach site. Even the kite flying is an event not to be missed.
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