Treasure Hunters (literary series)

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Treasure Hunters
Treasure Hunters logo.png
Logo for Treasure Hunters
Author James Patterson, Chris Grabenstein, Mark Shulman
Cover artist Juliana Neufeld
Country United States
Language English
Genre adventure and children's fiction
Publisher Little, Brown and Company
Published 2013-
Media type Print (hardcover and paperback), audiobook, e-book
No. of books 4
Website http://www.treasurehuntersbooks.com

Treasure Hunters is a series of young adult and adventure fiction books written by American author James Patterson with Chris Grabenstein and Mark Shulman.[1] The series has been sold in more than 35 countries, with generally positive and few mixed reviews from critics.[2]

The story revolves around the Kidd sibings: Bick, Beck, Storm and Tommy, who try to find their missing parents who have disappeared. Their father, the legendary treasure hunter Thomas Kidd, went missing during a storm and their mother was kidnapped in Cyprus by pirates three months earlier. The series shows them trying to continue their family occupation―treasure hunting, while fulfiling the demands of the pirates who have kidnapped their mother.[3]

The Kidd family in the series is named after William Kidd, the pirate.

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