The Lost Jewels of Nabooti

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Chooseco Books, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 131 pages
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THE LEGENDARY JEWELS OF NABOOTI ARE MISSING! WILL FINDING THEM HELP WORLD PEACE? OR COULD IT KILL YOU? Two huge diamonds and two priceless rubies have been stolen from a museum in Paris. People in your own family have died trying to protect these jewels. Now, you must help your cousins Peter and Lucy do the same, but is it worth risking your life? Strangers offer help, even the police, but can you trust them? Remember, you control what happens next by turning to the page you choose. Molotawa looks at you for a moment, and then says, "I am a prince of the ancient Nabooti tribe. We ruled a large region of Africa for many, many years before Africa was taken by European countries. We were fair and just. The jewels are a powerful symbol of our leadership. They have magic powers. We must have them back to continue our work." "If you wish, you can meet my father, the king, here in Paris, or you can go now to Senegal where my people are." YOU choose what happens next!

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Review: The Lost Jewels of Nabooti (Elige Tu Propia Aventura #10)

User Review  - Justin Sewell - Goodreads

"Two diamonds, two rubies. All powerful. They can bring good and they can bring evil to those who posses them." If you say so, RA! WHAT'S GOOD ABOUT THIS BOOK? THE ILLUSTRATIONS - The original 1981 ... Read full review

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Raymond A. Montgomery is the founder of the Choose Your Own Adventure interactive children's book series. Montgomery synthesized all of his varied educational and game theory work in the Choose Your Own Adventure (CYOA) series, first published by Bantam Books in 1979. The series grew into a publishing phenomenon with over 180 titles and 250 million copies published worldwide in over 35 languages. The books were unique in that they appealed equally to girls and boys, to reluctant readers and avid ones. The CYOA series has been used in classrooms from early elementary school to college. At the advent of the Internet age, the series was used frequently in curricula focused on explaining the interactivity of the World Wide Web to young children. After a successful stint in the mid-to-late-90's designing games for CD-ROM, Montgomery decided to re-launch the CYOA series based on the interest he was getting from former fans. Montgomery and partners Shannon Gilligan and Gordon Troy, Esq. have turned their full attentions to Choose Your Own Adventure since Fall 2004. The series is being reissued through Chooseco LLC, in Waitsfield, Vermont. R.A. MONTGOMERY is an avid outdoorsman. He has hiked in the Himalayas, climbed mountains in Europe, scuba-dived in Central America, and sailed in Franco-phone Africa .He has lived in France, travels frequently to Asia, and calls Vermont home. His interests include macroeconomics, geo-politics, mythology, history, mystery novels, and music. He has two grown sons, a daughter-in-law, and two granddaughters.

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