Mysteries & Detectives

Day of Judgement (The Extraordinary Files)

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I failed when I started thinking about various movie memories I've had over the years which were connected with a previous post. I believe the title includes the mop's name, like "Mrs. _____". It sounds a lot like this, except I can't remember the bit about the teddy bear in the sand...? An animal fantasy that will allow children to learn about the trials, joys and meaning of life, and the power of love. The Wig in the Window by Kristen Kittscher. (SERIES) I just finished reading this novel, which you will know if you follow me on Instagram.

Dreamquake (The Dreamhunter Duet, Book 2)

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Scandi crime, historical whodunit, legal thrillers, hardboiled or psychological suspense—as long as the stories draw you in, the characters speak to you, and the plots are as sharp as the edges of knives, I will always love a well-written, intriguing, affecting, and nail-bitingly good crime fiction book. Her pushy Aunt Bee uses this fact to keep all the Godolphins in line. When the teacher points out the time (either quarter to or quarter past nine), the boy spins a story about the things he saw which delayed him.

The Case of the Monkey Burglar #48 (Hank the Cowdog)

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The family are travelling west in a covered wagon, and earn their way as a magic act. When he stepped out of the shop, back on the street, everything had changed. Lois becomes a Christian and Lettice feels left out. It�s The Mirrorstone by Michael Palin, the literal Knight who says Ni; Alan Lee, the famous Tolkien illustrator; and Richard Seymour, who is described on the back cover as an award-winning designer. The rains came and the river was going to flood the town.

Third Degree (Dr George Barnabas Mystery Book 3)

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This is the second book in the new Cabin Creek Mysteries series. My copy is a paperback from Scholastic Book Services, #TK 1294, printed 1969. It MIGHT be Earthstar Magic, but I'm not sure. She meets a friendly female French-Canadian student. I sent in stumper B159 at the end of August, and checked religiously every week for two months to see if anyone had any ideas, but got discouraged when no one did. David Macaulay, Motel of the Mysteries,1979.

Crime Through Time #2: Nabbed!: The 1925 Journal of G. Codd

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In recent years we've seen how long stories on television, whether adaptations [Game of Thrones] or original [The Sopranos, The Wire], can reach depths of characterisation and heights of suspense by taking the time for events to make their proper impact and for consequences to unravel. Last picture shows sad puppy and caption reads, 'and the poor puppy had no bone at all' this is a hardcover book that belonged to my father, who's 55, and possibly his mother before him. when i had it as a child, it had no cover, so i don't think i ever knew the name of it. it was an illustrated compilation of animal short stories, animal poems and an all animal illustrated alphabet. i don't believe the stories even had any words, they were just series of picture cells, like a wordless comic strip. the illustrations were wonderful color pictures reminiscent of old french drawings (i bought some martha stewart animal alphabet cards with pictures based on old french drawings that are almost identical in style and color to what i remember.) there was a story about a rhino and a giraffe who were feuding. they ended up in tanks w/military helmets on and the rhino's horn was broken off. another story about a military supply plane that crashed in a jungle and the animals raided the contents and had a party until an ape got ahold of a machine gun and ruined the festivities. another story that involved a mountain lion/puma. i just recall the last frame showing a white big game hunter with a big handle bar moustache smoking a pipe with his feet propped on the skinned lion's head. a story about a disturbance in a chicken coop, it was at night and there was a black couple who investigated (this may have been the beginning of the mountain lion story?) vaguely recall something about a seagull and a porcupine/hedgehog/badger(?) who built a house together on a beach. they get into some sort of fight, as i recall, and end up w/bandages and crutches. a poem about the difference between a hoppy toad and a toady frog. some kind of story about a garden that gets raided, but not peter rabbit. also the aforementioned all animal illustrated alphabet. not a lot of people in the book and the black people were represented in that black face, al jolson, kind of way. help me!

The Eyes of the Killer Robot (Johnny Dixon Book 5)

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W80 Most of my Wilkin books are in a box under too many other boxes and books, but in my other stash, all but one were Golden Books, which don't have endpapers ith illustrations. Beginning with the third volume in 2003 it was illustrated by Timothy Bush and published by Random House. [1] [2] [3] [4] The books follow the adventures of child detectives KC Corcoran and Marshall Li, who are best friends and spend much of their time solving mysteries around the monuments of Washington D. Illustrated by Don Irwin, #9 in a series of 12 Educator Classic Series. 1980, childrens.

The Great Big Secret

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The giveaways are the hollowed-out tree, and the story carrying through the entire winter. I've been wracking my brains about two of them that I really loved as a kid. Marjorie's Vacation - Marjorie #1 Grosset & Dunlap 1935. I think there is an edition out now that has the solution too. And Romance By You® offers full-length romance novels filled with love, action and humor. With the addition of more clues, it's clear that it's not MAGIC ELIZABETH. The only 'money cat' I know is in Anne Petry's 'Tituba of Salem Village', but there's a strange old house in San Francisco, two mysterious old ladies, and a little green cat statuette.

Blue is for Nightmares (Stolarz Series)

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A man came to stay with some kids while their parents were gone. She had always talked of Venice, and Prosper desperately wants to be a part of the grand city. Still, it may be worth checking out this author's works. Many of Tod’s adventures are motivated by a search for a lost father or older brother. I fell in love with " Out of Africa " when it opened in theaters, and I went back faithfully once a week until it was no longer being shown.

Steel Trapp: The Challenge

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The Hobbit: A fairly dense book geared towards somewhat ‘older’ readers, The Hobbit is more than deserving of its place on this list. When is only 3 years old he is sent to live with his strict Christian Aunt Dot and Uncle Dan, who are always fighting, even over him. Lori Shepherd – Nancy Atherton (guessed by: Julia ) 3. A review on this site is hopefully coming up soon.) A story about a bunch of kids who live in a row of houses in England. Something blue: OK, I couldn't resist, as I really had two that fit, both pretty new: " The Other Side of Blue ," by Valerie O.

Final Cut (Point Crime)

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She's not there when the team arrives at the front door of her small brick house on a narrow cobblestone street. The illustrations are really darling also. The narrator isn't sure whether they're real, but thinks she just barely sees the movement of one once. I read a book sometime during the late sixties or early seventies about children who are sent to live with an eccentric old woman (aunt, grandmother?). A character says a word that is written in English, however if the word is translated back into the Latin that he would have actually been speaking, it points to the identity of the killer.