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Blue, a cat, who wanders into Miss Zorn's 3rd grade classroom on a rainy day." The Borrowers: Arrietty is not your average fourteen year old. This seems to be Volume #4 of the "Meg" series, by Holly Beth Walker, published by Whitman Publishing Co 1970. A plainclothes detective is examining the evidence and, we are sure, everybody's got a solution to the mystery. Cricket will also serialize a mystery, according to Editor in Chief Marianne Carus, but she would like to see shorter, self-contained mysteries.
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Gertrude Chandler Warner

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History of Dracula: Was Vlad Tepes the Real Vampire? Some of the most memorable transformations were ones in which different kinds of soda pop and lemonade would come out of all the faucets in her house and her changing the sidewalks into sponge cake. Hawaii Mystery Novels - This list is by Stop, You're Killing Me. There is a book from my childhood that I would like to find, or at least discover the title of. This ends up bringing him into conflict with the boys in the Cobra Club, who represent the evil Goliath toy company.
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The Boxcar Children: The Boxcar Children tells the story of 4 orphans-Jessie, Violet, Benny and Henry. Manga, art, and life lessons in topnotch mystery adventure. There is a book from my childhood that I would like to find, or at least discover the title of. There is only one thing that Catherine West doesn’t have. In the process of growing up and moving about, I lost about 3 volumes that I’ve managed to replace over the years.
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The boy thought that was weird because there was no famine in his current timeperiod. And that’s after only two years in business. In fact, I still have bad dreams about them. The real genius in a title such as this is that it opens up the door for unlimited creativity on the part of your kids who will have hours of fun coming up with their own ideas. Author, titles, type of librarian or library (usually with setting) for 13 mystery series, 5 stand-alone mysteries, 3 sci-fi/fantasy books/series, and about 20 fiction titles.
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Donald J. Sobol

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I can't identify the book but was wondering if it might be one of Patricia Lynch's many books possibly one of her Brogeen books. The good houskeeper, Ellie, slipped her special treats from the kitchen. Edmund Wallace Hildick, The Active-Enzyme, Lemon-Freshened Junior High School Witch, 1973. Matthew Kelly, a famous Catholic writer, poses the eternal questions about the meaning of life through the eyes of a young boy. Like the original classic detective couple, Nick and Nora Charles from the book The Thin Man, they are also very rich and they have a pet dog.
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Stuart Gibbs

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Check out Key to the Treasure and see if you can solve the mystery on your own. I checked this out several times from the library as a young girl, but now I can't find it anywhere online or at the library. Florence Laughlin, Mystery Mountain, 1964. Someday, she hopes to be a real private eye, so she already talks like one of the detectives from the movies. The true story of Kitty Genovese's murder in 1964 has captured the attention of Americans and psychology students for years.
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One version entitled Shanti Devi--A Living Riddle appeared in the book Strange People, by Frank Edwards. After looking around online, I believe this is the book I've been searching for, although I believe the copy I had was Alice in Music-land (1952 reprint). Use the information you've gained from reading the books to decide what makes a good mystery. VG/G+. There's this boy who's in touch with these wise beings from outer space, and they give him a little marble.
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Alane Ferguson

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After lying on her bed and kicking her toes at the ceiling, the walls fall away, the roof comes off, and she gets her wish for a black room. Or who? .... nice twists at the end. a ship found drifting (like the Mary Celeste, a real ship). Coverlet Was Away, details the children's money making schemes, while their beloved housekeeper is out of town tending to a sick sister. Chris Van Allsburg, The Mysteries of Harris Burdick. Henderson, Zenna, The anything box, 1965.
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Enid Blyton

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This is definitely a Little Brown Bear book. I have a memory from my childhood (1980s) of an older childrens/YA series of books about a boy who masquerades as a superhero. Better than many mystery writers, who make the clues obvious, Bruchac makes every word add to the tension right up to the final few pages. It was the story of a girl whose sister somehow got lost in a pretend country and was never the same again. Brennan, Slime, March 1953 in WEIRD TALES. "Slime" has been anthologized or collected a few times, but the easiest sources in which to find it are probably either of two Hitchcock anthologies: STORIES MY MOTHER NEVER TOLD ME (1963) or MONSTER MUSEUM (1965).
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John Bellairs

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A girl lives next door to two brothers, who I think were identical twins. Modern day mythology filled with incredible descriptive scenes. Your memories of the stories, even after all this time, were clear enough that I recognized them instantly as "Something Bright" and "Food to All Flesh" by Zenna Henderson, one of my all-time favorite authors. As an adolescent she studied traditional Chinese painting for three years in Shanghai and Hangzhou. But she has to babysit the five naughty Possum children, and they keep interrupting her attempts to eat that banana.
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