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i saw them and had meant to read them, i know they are for teens but i have read some teen books before and they are good. tell us what you think when you have read them all!! - secretagentangel 8889.3 #11 3-24-12 7:51PMLikeReply
I've read them. I really liked them a lot. I'd love for them to be made into movies someday. - DSMonson_CM 320.0 #871 3-24-12 7:54PMLikeReply
I use the Accelerated Reading (AR) program with my students. These books are rated at levels 4.2-5.2, which means 4th grade, second month of school to 5th grade, second month of school. Depending on your kids' reading ability, this series might be a quick read. However, it would be a fun one! - susieQzee 555.8 #408 3-24-12 7:57PMLikeReply
I've read the whole series. What I liked best was the adventure the kids had with the actual Disney characters. - MagicalCaprice 480.7 #486 3-24-12 8:00PMLikeReply
I would say preteen, teen geared books. Decently written. Fun read. Sometimes I get irritated with the characters, but have to remind myself they are only 13 years old, therefore immature at times. But I think it would have been cool to be one of these kids at that age. I know the first three are set in WDW. It would be cool if one is set in DLR because I know the layout of our parks, but not WDW. I just finished the second one today, will start the third in the next day or two. =) - MousekaNinja 422.4 #573 3-24-12 8:04PMLikeReply
I've never seen them I wider id Walmart or target has them? Since they closed all the book stores around me that's the only places I can get books hat aren't on line - lisaw 221.4 #1810 3-24-12 9:09PMLikeReply
I got mine on my nook. I think you can get it at Barnes and Noble, but that's the only place I've seen. I never checked Walmart, but I did check Target and they don't have this series. - MousekaNinja 422.4 #573 3-28-12 2:27AMLikeReply
I read them on the plane. I've only read the first two books so far. I used to get them at Borders now I get them on Amazon. - DisneyPhotoFan 920.2 #224 3-28-12 3:39AMLikeReply
Are you kidding! Don't feel childish, I'm 17 and counting down the next 7 days until book 5! I love these books but sad that only the last one or two will take place in Disneyland - dnerd 294.0 #1034 3-28-12 5:55AMLikeReply
New one?? I'm halfway thru 3, I started the series when my son was reading it in 4th grade accelerated reading. I still have 4 from the library, just have to make time to read. - tinkerbella728 175.7 #2403 3-28-12 5:57AMLikeReply
Looks like I need to buy these for my "son". Thanks for sharing. - LaPearleNoir 2645.7 #58 3-28-12 6:23AMLikeReply
They look like the Planeteers went to Disneyland - cesium55 531.8 #435 3-28-12 8:56AMLikeReply