I bought it, but haven't seen any more yet. John & Nancy Rambeau, The Mystery of the Myrmidon's Journey, 1965. There is no attempt, for example, to suggest that human nature is different in Florida, or that character or morals are shaped by the region. Brains Benton's father is Professor Benton of Crestwood College, a brilliant scientist, so he doesn't bat an eyelid when his son takes over the rooms over the garage at the back of the garden. Terry Deary’s multi million-selling ‘Horrible Histories’ series has been adapted in many formats and continues to inspire children.
Then she holds him under water for over five minutes. Get A Clue: Bible Mysteries for Kid Detectives to Solve was published by Warner Press, Inc. Mysteries in the Manner of Elizabeth George (King County Library System, WA): 'English cozies with a psychological twist.' Title, author, and summary for 11 books. Crime in the Great Outdoors (Lansing PL, IL): 5-page PDF. At end of story the main girl and a younger girl "run away" but they are really still in the same building, hiding somewhere and won't come out.
It took place in the New England woods and had many survival tips and involved a tourmaline mine. I've solved many of my own stumpers here--but one just won't come to light. He is able to contact Aknele-Alpha, a girl who lives on Saturn. I also remember Christmas - the girl hates the modern fake tree and goes with Alice to see her real tree. I was the original requester and I found it! In short, not a policewoman nor an amateur sleuth but a woman who tries to earn a living by investigating crimes outside of government employment.
Winner of the 1967 Newbery Award. by: Dan Gutman - (Simon & Schuster, 2006) 160 pages. It is definitely Minnikin, Midgie, and Moppet. I don't agree: in real life, many art historians actually know a great deal about art. Chris Van Allsburgh, The Polar Express. It was definitely a single, large volume, probably quite old, but could have been as late as the '60's or '70's. It started with “A Man Lay Dead” in 1934, when a murder game ends with a real murder. Buy from an experienced seller who knows T3I books.
The cover features a saber-tooth cat springing onto a giant sloth which is sinking in the La Brea Tar Pits, while other animals sink. The named beneficiaries must discover who murdered him in order to inherit his fortune. “Players” are separated into teams with clues. I also seem to recall a train ride where a soldier nearly discovers the secret but doesn't. After her death in childbirth he is distraught and takes to playing mournful music. It doesn't exist anywhere in cyberspace, but I'll never give up.
VG. Im looking for a book as a gift well books this may sound weird but Im look for advice or your help in help me track a copy of this book it was a children books called Mojo Swaptop it was about a Red Car that could go into his Gargage and change into different things like Fire Engines and Ambulances and he use to get into adventues I believe it was a series with at least 5 - 8 books but I have been trying to track it down to no avail.
I haven't read this one, but the description sounds like Mirror of Danger (British title: Come Back, Lucy) on the "M" Solved Mysteries page. The big race at the end, perhaps reflects the popularity of recent comedy films about high-tech races in Europe: Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines ( Ken Annakin, 1965) and The Great Race ( Blake Edwards, 1965). He's picked for his farming skills, his female friend is artistic, his mother was a dancer or something; they're trying to select a cross-section of society.
The Herculeah Jones Mysteries by Betsy Byars. (Tarot Says Beware Viking, 1994 ISBN 0670855758. 151 pages. Someone on another Stumper mentioned Elizabeth Honness & that really jogged my memory. Juan Ramon Jimenez, translated by Roach, Eloise, Platero and I, 1957. Because of the wonderful period detail found here, this book is a perfect tie-in for “Talk Like a Pirate Day” on September 19! How about Abiyoyo? "He had long fingernails 'cause he never cut 'em. The Tale of Despereaux: Despereaux Tillings is a small mouse with a large task-to rescue a beautiful human princess.
It runs away to a cave, where it goes back in the cave and finds that once it travels through the cave it goes back in time to the time of the "dawn horse" or eohippus. Constance Greene, A Girl Called Al, c.1975. Author: Susanne Santoro Whayne Publisher: Golden Books Product Description Benny the cat and his adventures climbing the christmas tree…seen from a cat’s perspective! Each Thursday night through October 31st, a new chapter from "The Three Investigators in The Secret of the Ancient Astronauts" will be uploaded to this site.
It was a sweet, old-fashioned chapter book about Melissa, maybe in her early teens, who goes to live with relatives sometime in the 30's or earlier. I have a feeling this may be a Betty Cavanna book-Maybe Mystery of the Emerald Budda?? B198 It's THE BOY WHO WAS FOLLOWED HOME by Margaret Mahy, illustrated by Steven Kellogg, 1975. I've tried A TO ZOOS and examinging all the children's/YA books in our collection with the word "mirror" or "Looking glass" in the title, but no luck. I think it is from the 1920's, it had a blue/grey cover with a sun or moon on it I believe.