WorldTrek Books

Mystery of the Lazy Loggerhead (Brazil 2)


by Lisa Travis

Welcome to Brazil!
Sofia and Júlia visit the coast of Brazil. It’s fun in the sun until they notice mysterious markings in the golden sands. Someone or something is after the loggerhead sea turtles. But why? It’s up to Sofia and Júlia to uncover the truth before it’s too late.


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Age Range: 6 – 9 years
Grade Level: 1 – 3
Lexile Measure: 460L
F&P Text Level: O
Series: Pack-n-Go Girls Adventures – Brazil 2
Length: 120 pages
Published: October 1, 2016
Paperback: 978-1-936376-27-8 | 5.1 x 0.2 x 7.8 inches | $6.99
Hardcover: 978-1-936376-42-1 | 5 x 0.3 x 8 inches | $16.99
Kindle: 978-1-936376-29-2 | $4.99
ePub: 978-1-936376-30-8 | $4.99
Quiz: Available on request
Awards: 2014 and 2017 Moonbeam Children’s Book Award Winner – Best Chapter Book Series, 2017 Literary Classics Gold Award Winner – Best Series Young Reader


About Pack-n-Go Girls
Designed by girls for girls who love to play and travel, Pack-n-Go Girls engages the imagination of children ages 6-9 by introducing them to different countries around the world. Pack-n-Go Girls early chapter book adventures are packed with spooky mysteries, international friendships, and lots of fun and easy multicultural learning. Check out the Pack-n-Go Girls website for more learning fun and FREE learning activities:

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Paperback, Hardcover

Reviews (3)

3 reviews for Mystery of the Lazy Loggerhead (Brazil 2)

  1. WorldTrek Publishing

    I like the spooky story about the haunted lighthouse. I also like how the loggerhead tried to tell the girls she was hurt which led them to solve the mystery. I like that the stories are set in far away places. It is fun to learn about other cultures. It was also fun to learn more about loggerhead turtles. – Keira, A Pack-n-Go Girl Reader

  2. WorldTrek Publishing

    My granddaughter is really hooked on these books and can’t wait until the next one comes out! In her words they are “TOTALLY AWESOME!” and this one doesn’t disappoint. This is not just a story, it’s a wonderful education about the sea turtles and Brazil’s culture, language, and way of life, all bundled into a fun adventure. – Diana

  3. WorldTrek Publishing

    Two years ago I read and reviewed Mystery of the Golden Temple, a Pack-n-Go girls book set in Thailand. This year I was delighted to receive Mystery of the Lazy Loggerhead, the second book in the Brazil series (I received this book in return for an honest review. All thoughts are my own). In this book, new friends Sofia and Júlia have finally reached the beach and Brazil’s Pacific coast. Sofia is able to use her Florida background in sea turtle ecology when the girls face a new puzzle.

    Some of the main reasons I really like this series: Short, quick paced mysteries that draw the reader in almost immediately; familiar, repeated formula (one country, two girls, one mystery) helps readers jump easily from one book in the series to another; the stories include a girl traveling from the US (allowing the reader to place him/herself into the story) but also include a native resident to help get beyond just a “tourist” view of the country and culture; each book includes extension activities: country facts, recipe, language phrases, even a journal section! In addition, teachers and parents can sign up to receive free sample activities here or you can purchase a 40+ page resource and activity guide to accompany each country. I got a chance to browse the Brazil PDF, and it was crammed full of activity pages, secret codes, math problems, and more!

    I had several students in my third grade classroom who read and enjoyed this series. It has some great supports for those just getting into longer chapter books, but it has high interest and engaging characters for more advanced readers too. A fun series to get kids excited about traveling the world and learning about other cultures! – The Logonauts

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