The 39 Clues
- Grades: 3–5, 6–8
From interviews with authors to reviews of the books, Kid Reporters have been on the trail of The 39 Clues since the series debuted. Check out their stories below, and stay tuned to this collection and the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps website for more 39 Clues reviews and interviews!
The Man in Black was nowhere in sight yesterday, but there were nearly 300 students in the house and about a million more watching around the world as TV personality Whoopi Goldberg and author Gordon Korman launched the second book in the 39 Clues series, One False Note.
The 39 Clues Advanced Agent Training webcast broadcast live on November 2 at the Scholastic headquarters in New York City. The event kicked off the next-day release of the newest book in the series, In Too Deep by Jude Watson.
The race heats up and is more dangerous than ever as the hunt for clues continues. Book Six of The 39 Clues series, In Too Deep by Jude Watson, is now in libraries and book stores.
Kid Reporter Gowtham Balaji reviews The 39 Clues Book Seven: Viper's Nest.
Kid Reporter Quinn Jacobson interviews Rick Riordan, author of Maze of Bones, the first book in the 39 Clues series.
The 10th and final book of The 39 Clues series, Into the Gauntlet, was released with a flourish on Tuesday at Scholastic headquarters in New York City. Fans from all over the world watched a live webcast with all of the 39 Clues authors, including Book 10 author Margaret Peterson Haddix.
Kid Reporter Gowtham Balaji reviews The 39 Clues Book 10: Into the Gauntlet, the conclusion to the 39 Clues series.