The Disappearing Floor (Hardy Boys, Book 19)

Franklin W. Dixon

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This is most likely the book you're looking for. It's a book I read around 1984-85 about a polar bear and a whale and some other creatures who want to change their colors. They don't fit in very well because of a few oddities. Of course that doesn't stop the ever-persistent Agatha from investigating and sticking her nose where no one wants it--especially as the suspect list grows. Find out why preschoolers find his books so exciting. by Anna Pavlova, Atheneum Books for Young Readers 2001, 32 pages, grades K-3 This autobiographical book is the story of a poor Russian girl's desire to dance.

The Twisted Window

Lois Duncan

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Clara Vulliamy has created endearing characters who are really appealing to children. What I really like about this story is there wasn’t one mystery but three mysteries and they did not put any old chapter heading – they had Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Gannett, Ruth Stiles, My Father's Dragon, 1948. It sounds awful, but it's actually a pretty funny chapter in the book. Through the first four books in this series, I have awarded each one an A+/five stars.

Trouble at Wild River (Adventures of the Northwoods, Book 5)

Lois Walfrid Johnson

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Laurence Anholt has created more than 200 children’s books, many of which are illustrated by his partner, Catherine Anholt. As expected, it was a pretty wild meeting. I also wanted to say that this webpage is absolutely terrific! I read this chapter book in the early 80's. There is a secret, underground factory that is making some amazing cure-all, vitamin formula. Her work has appeared on screen, with Pig-Heart Boy, which was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal, being adapted into a BAFTA-award-winning TV serial.

The Red Hen Diner

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Still an OK book, though - yes, Harriet the Spy is there too. #Y8--Young girl getting her period: If it's published any time during the 1970s or before, it's almost certainly Judy Blume. I seem to remember that saying its name would summon it. Could the mysterious, desperate messages really be from a ghost? For example, to change into cats, they had to cook hamburger seasoned with catnip, then recite the incantation, and then eat the prepared meal.

Detective Camp (A to Z Mysteries Super Editions)

Ron Roy

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Snitzel's Cookies, by Jane Flory, Rand McNally, 1950, Junior Elf-sized. Perhaps this is the book that is being sought? Soon she drifts to sleep and finds herself in her drawings -- not everything she has drawn is kind, either. A "stranger" visits a boy on earth and gives him a gift, small ball/marble that will protect him. This book sounds more American than English, and more science fiction than fantasy. Synopsis: It is usually a harrowing experience to be snowbound, but to Betsy and Star the snowstorm that came a week before Christmas was a perfect delight.

Anyone But Ivy Pocket (Ivy Pocket 1)

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Clare'sby Enid Blyton in which two mischievious twins attend boarding school - this one is a series, but the twins are Pat and Isabel. #T35--Twins, tricky. His two novels, Sju dagar och sju natter—ur en detektivs anteckningar (Seven days and nights—from the detective’s notebook, 1888) and Diamantstölden—ur en detektivs notebook 2 (Diamond theft—from the detective’s notebook 2, 1889) are set in New York and Chicago respectively. Sports Mysteries (Classic Crime Fiction): 'The titles mentioned feature the sport either as a main theme or at least strongly.' Author, title, publication year, and sometimes links to more info.

Deputy at Wild Card

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One morning, Tom has a premonition of his own death, and asks Hanks to "Bury me where she is." The detailing in the text is marvellous and well-observed. His fourteen detective novels, published between 1913 and 1928, focus on Leo Carring, a private detective inspired by Sherlock Holmes. She works on the paper, and the cover of the paperback edition shows her sitting at a typewriter. The author, it turns out is a British woman, and we're still pretty sure that she illustrated the book as well.

The Homeless Pooch (Hank the Cowdog (Audio))

John R Erickson

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We get to witness police work and the solving of crimes in this setting, way up close. There are mysteries set in different time periods and locations that bring in history and geography. But what if he’s more alive and aware of his surroundings than his caregivers know? In the 2nd book of the series, one of the girls is in an accident and becomes paralyzed - the sister by then has a boyfriend. The Everglades becomes the scene of the crime when someone is poaching in the national park.

Mystery on the Menu (Nancy Drew Book 117)

Carolyn Keene

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After making a pact never to reveal what happened, the four go their separate ways. It matches the description, right down to the final scene of the mouse family (sans Santa). She remembers a strong, feisty, dresses-up-as-a-boy-heroine and that (her strongest impression from the book) the barber was also the physician and set bones (possibly someone's hip bone needs setting during the book). 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 Ghost Of Graylock (Turtleback School & Library Binding

Dan Poblocki

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VG/G. $15 I am looking for a series of books about a goose � called Mrs. One or both purchased a packet of seeds from the magical shop and resulting flowers were of a completely unexpected color and somehow ended the feud. Capitol Mysteries and Calendar Mysteries are by the same author with different kids. How could he not help them find their kidnapped kin if there is a cheeseburger at the end? Brothers Frank and Joe Hardy (that’s right: sons of their more famous dad!) solve mysteries at the arcade, baseball field, school stage and other local hangouts.