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Ulysses Moore,Michael Page
Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (January 3, 2006)
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Ulysses Moore is a series of adventure books written by the Italian author Pierdomenico Baccalario. The plot of the series centers on the fictional village of Kilmore Cove and its Doors of Time. The book has been published by Scholastic Corporation,. The book has been published by Scholastic Corporation, a New York-based publishing company. The Door to Time English Version 2006. The Long-Lost Map English Version 2006. The House of Mirrors English Version 2007. The Isle of Masks English Version 2008.

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That's what Jason, Rick, and Julia realize when they first hear about Mirror House and its creator, the eccentric inventor Peter Dedalus.

Download Audiobooks by Ulysses Moore to your device. Showing results by author "Ulysses Moore" in All Categories. But before he disappeared, he concealed a dangerous secret about the Doors to Time inside his extraordinary home. Audible provides the highest quality audio and narration. And it's up to Jason, Rick, and Julia to match wits with the elusive inventor and discover what it is - before Oblivia Newton does. The House of Mirrors. Ulysses Moore By: Ulysses Moore. Narrated by: Michael Page. Series: Ulysses Moore, Book 3. Length: 4 hrs and 53 mins. Release date: 10-10-08.

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Praise for the Ulysses Moore series "Full of actio. aced like a Hollywood thrille. ecommended for students who have worn out their copies of Lemony Snicket's books and Spiderwick . Ulysses Moore: The Door to Time. ecommended for students who have worn out their copies of Lemony Snicket's books and Spiderwick Chronicles. School Library Journal. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Interactive Media AudioReleased: Jun 15, 2014ISBN: Format: audiobook. More Audiobooks By Ulysses Moore. carousel previous carousel next.

But the previous occupant, enigmatic Ulysses Moore, left behind a series of clues that the kids find irresistible. Reader Michael Page deftly portrays the old caretaker, Nestor, as he allows Julia and Jason to unravel the mysteries with a school friend one day when the parents have gone into the city. Julia's voice is a bit wispy, but otherwise the children's voices are delightfully engaging. Unfortunately, audio readers miss the drawings and photographs that attempt to make the story a "real" mystery.

Narrated by Michael Page. series Ulysses Moore You have this audiobook. When eleven-year-old twins Jason and Julia move into the old mansion with their family, the door is a secret - locked and hidden behind an old wardrobe. But Jason, Julia, and their friend Rick are about to discover what lies behind i. bout this title.

In a house on the coast of England, there is a door. It hides unimaginable mysteries, unavoidable danger, and unbelievable surprises. When eleven-year-old twins Jason and Julia move into the old mansion with their family, the door is a secret - locked and hidden behind an old wardrobe. But Jason, Julia, and their friend Rick are about to discover what lies behind it…
  • WHY AREN'T THERE MORE OF THESE BOOKS AVAILABLE?!?! My son and I (accidentally) read #2 first and couldn't wait to read #1- I was so surprised how difficult it was to find it and was a bit wary of buying a used copy, but it was great! It was in great condition, inexpensive, and a great story to boot- we are already almost finished. Doing some more research I found that there are many in this series but they were originally written in Italian, and Scholastic has only translated 3-4. We are so wishing for more! Thank you so much for this bonding experience for me and my son.

  • I like the series, but there are only 4 books in the series translated to English. It is a bit slow to get going, and the stories are broken up a bit much, but overall a good read.

  • If you're by chance a Snicket fan

    And love that series' style

    I recommend you get this one

    Out of the new book pile

    If breaking codes, like Artemis

    Gives you a certain thrill

    And solving riddles is your thing

    You'll like this one - you will!

    Three children find a secret door

    (You may recall this plot)

    They solve the clues to open it

    But Narnia, it's not

    The mystery lies way down below

    Inside a hidden grotto

    You really should try this one out

    You'd be a dummy not to

    Ships and treasure, ghosts and clues

    With more suspense in store

    The sad thing is, it's just book one

    And we can't wait for more.

    Rated: 4.5 stars

    Amanda Richards, January 14, 2006

  • My son read this book for a book report at school in the 3rd grade. He loved it. It's the next step for readers who enjoyed the Magic Treehouse series, but need more description and action. His book report was a map report. It was amazing how much he remembered and in the order it happened. We originally found the 3rd book in the series and started to read it....but realized we really needed to start at the beginning. It was hard to find...we had to get a major bookstore to order the 4 book series for's an interesting book written by an Italian author about three children in England.

  • I am a literacy coach and used this book for my summer class. My students really enjoyed the clues and were energized by the travels of the 3 main characters who were young tweens. Excellent book to teach students to focus on details and to form discussion groups to examine the novel.

  • I bought this book for my classroom library (2nd grade), but I have a couple students who are on a higher reading level. They loved this book and it has pictures, but only enough to ignite their own pictures in their heads!

  • I came to this book after reading the first book in Mr. Baccalario's newest series"Century: Ring of Fire"Century #1: Ring of Fire. I thought "Ring of Fire" was absolutely excellent and so I was curious about his earlier works. "The Door To Time" is not as good. But I should make it clear that it is better than most of the children's literature that I read in the Tweener age range.

    The story is about two twins --boy and girl-- who move from London to a small seaside community. The boy, Jason, has a predilection to sensing the 'other world', and is perfectly content with the move to their rambling, castle-like home. His sister, Julia, is not. She likes the hustle and bustle of the city. They are still finding their way around when they find a new friend, Rick, who seems a perfect foil for them.

    The story proceeds along some pretty classic lines. Their parents are called out of town. They are left in the care of a mysterious caretaker of the estate, and soon bits of pieces of a puzzle are falling in their laps.

    The author does a good job of keeping the story moving forwards. There is always some sort of action either occurring or looming in the future. And really, my only complaints from an adult point-of-view would be that the characters could have been developed more fully; the ending more rewarding. Instead, in the latter case, we have the usual semi-ending that you commonly find in series.

    Overall, I think this is a series kids who like adventure should try. It has likable characters and promises to carry through in the future with lots of action in unusual settings.

    Above Average : **3.5 Stars**

    Pam T~
    mom and reviewer at BooksForKids-reviews

  • If you're an adult who is the slightest bit interested in this book, then you have read other adventure books written for kids... admit it, you have. The well written ones can be a great brain vacation - a light but still mentally stimulating way to pass the time. Sadly, this is not one of those books. It's not terrible, but I found myself half way through it (thank goodness I was consuming it via audio) and only one thing had happened that was even a little exciting. Then began round 15 of the brother and sister sniping at each other and I was (bing!) done. This book may have been the set-up for a really groovy series, but I'll never know because it didn't earn my continued attention. I hit the delete button on my audio player and moved on.

    I just don't see how a story that moves this slowly will capture the interest of a child. There are much better books of this genre out there. If you value your limited time on the Earth - don't spend any of it on this book.