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This is a series and I think this book is 2. Feb 06, Alexander Dutra rated it really liked it. Soon after arriving on board, Nate discovers - to his delight - that his friends, the Houdini's, are also traveling to Europe on the Lusitania. Harry Houdini tells Nate that there is someone on the ship who is even more famous than the great Harry Houdini, and Nate soon gets to meet this person.
Thanks to Nate's warning, Roosevelt is not harmed, though Houdini is slightly injured. Someone clearly wants Roosevelt dead, and Nate and Houdini are determined to do what they can to prevent such a terr Soon after arriving on board, Nate discovers - to his delight - that his friends, the Houdini's, are also traveling to Europe on the Lusitania. Someone clearly wants Roosevelt dead, and Nate and Houdini are determined to do what they can to prevent such a terrible thing from happening.
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Jul 17, Laura rated it really liked it. These little books are like candy for me. I really like the historical aspects, and it's plain that the author did a certain amount of research for them. His characters are fun and realistic, and the mysterious are pretty interesting too. When the Aldens visit their cousins, they're in for a surprise-there's an amusement park nearby!
It has everything they could ask for, with plenty of rides and games. But the children see strange lights coming from the closed park at night. And then a mysterious phone call warns them to stay away! Just what is going on at the amusement park? The Boxcar Children Graphic Mysteries are recommended for readers aged 7 to 9.
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It's a piping hot mystery for the Boxcar Children! Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny have a fun new job: fixing up an old castle! The spooky old place will be turned into a museum, but first the Aldens must figure out why so many odd things keep happening.
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Could these things be connected? And what about Jim, the old man who lives in the woods with his parrot telling tales of the sea?
Could he be involved somehow? Moon is the only person who can help Stanley with this puzzle, and luckily he's on his way. The Stanley Wells mysteries are recommended for readers aged 10 to Who is the ghost girl? And what does she want from Allie?
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