When a mysterious carriage brings a visitor to the house, Lucas hopes he's found a friend at last. Sounds like Judy Blume to me too, but I don't remember much about the story itself, just that it was fun to read as a young adolescent. Please see the Solved Mysteries "A" page for more information. Black Beauty: A totally classic chapter book, it is told from the first person point of view of a stunningly beautiful horse named Black Beauty.
She won't accept bad language or authority figures shown in a bad light. It brings me great pleasure, and thank you again for your part in that. In the world of books, one is never short of something to read! Save up to 80% compared with audiobooks on tape or CD. Sara stood waiting as he made the call. "Okay, everything's set. When a young girl, Winnie Foster, finds out their secret, the Tucks try to explain to her why living forever is not as good as it may seem. It's possible that the book I am looking for is The Keys to the Treasure, which is described on your website, but I would need more information to be certain.
I think they were dressed in traditional German clothing (I think the boy wore liederhosen) and that one or both of the dolls sat at a desk. Little Browwn: Atlantic Monthly press book, illustrated by Peter Parnell. I may be off on the story, but like I said, the thing that really stuck in my mind was the illustrations. The cover is yellow and the drawings inside are red. Albert Whitman & Company, 1966, ISBN: 0807553603; Illustrated by Sidney Rafilson.
Thank you so much to both of you, this is the most fun and useful web site I have ever found! A laugh-aloud, farcical story evolves from this unlikely premise. Alvin Fernald, Superweasel (1974) is a strange extravaganza dealing sympathetically with the environmental movement, and shows Hicks' talent going full tilt, although it has less emphasis on pure mystery than other works in the series. ISBN: 9780618128945) The Woods Scientist (Houghton Mifflin, 2002. I don't have a copy to check, but I vaguely remember the girl staying with her uncle.
Now I can move on to other things! Her family are something like "okies" and she is embarrassed that they travel around with all of their possessions in a broken down model T (I think that's what it was.) I can't remember the girl's name but she seemed to be about 12 and just wanted to get away from her family and from having to constantly work, so she slips away to this velvet room to read. David Macaulay, Motel of the Mysteries, 1979. The book I was looking for ward Mazemaker by Catherine Dexter.
These are stand-alone mysteries following murder cops, O’Roarke and Garcia as they search out killers in New York City. Starry Messenger: A Book Depicting the Life of a Famous Scientist, Mathematician, Astronomer, Philosopher, Physicist, Galileo Galilei. Author, title, summary for about 20 crime novels set at Christmas, from Christmas Can Be Murder (Eileen Pearce, MLS): A compendium of about 175 murder mysteries (novels and short stories) with Christmas themes.
There are a ton of books in the series to satisfy your kids and keep them reading should they take a liking to good ol’ Nate. By the banks of the river he meets Ratty (a water rat) who offers him a ride in his boat. Matt is a cabin boy on board a luxurious airship, the Aurora. Might be worth checking www.rickbrant.com to see if anything looks familiar, though! Virginia Sorenson, Miracles on Maple Hill, Yeah, this is the book.
One of the most famous and beloved author/illustrator's of children's literature, De Paola is truly remarkable, unfailingly upbeat and hopeful in his books. Illustrator Bob Kolar joins forces with author Alethea Kontis for a group of twenty six of the most unruly letters any alphabet has ever seen. Of course it could because Nancy Drew didn’t just have a great car and a cool dad (he bought her a dark blue convertible, people), she had an entourage that consisted of a cute boyfriend (Ned) and two awesome friends (Bess & George), and sometimes, their boyfriends.
The first three books about The Melendys (The Saturdays, The Four-Story Mistake, Then There Were Five) were also published together in one volume maybe that's why you remember the book being so big? Man has begun to believe that his reason is almost infallible, and this eliminates the need for God in daily life. According to that will, those sixteen are invited to follow a trail of clues in a kind of difficult and sometimes dangerous game to determine who killed Westing - for, again according to that will, he did not die a natural death.
This was also written in the wrong decade, but I thought I'd give it a shot anyway. Chesterton), Guru Bones (short), Jingle Bones (short), Rock-a-Bye Bones, The Book of Beloved Quiller Bamboo, Quiller Salamander, Quiller Solitaire, The Mandarin Cypher, The Quiller Memorandum (aka The Berlin Memorandum), The Scorpion Signal, Quiller KGB, The Striker Portfolio, The Tango Briefing, Quiller Balalaika, Quiller Meridian, The Warsaw Document The Case of the Missing Servant, The Case of the Man Who Died Laughing, The Case of the Deadly Butter Chicken, The Case of the Love Commandos A Nail Through the Heart, Crashed, Little Elvises, Herbie's Game, The Fame Thief, The Fourth Watcher, Breathing Water, The Queen of Patpong, The Fear Artist, For the Dead, The Four Last Things, Incinerator, The Bone Polisher, King Maybe A Cold Day in Paradise, Winter of the Wolf Moon, Hunting Wind, North of Nowhere, Blood is the Sky, Ice Run, A Stolen Season, The Lock Artist, Die a Stranger, Misery Bay, Night Work, The Hunting Wind, Ice Run, The Second Life of Nick Mason A Deadly Grind, Bowled Over, Freezer I'll Shoot, No Mallets Intended, White Colander Crime, Bran New Death, Muffin but Murder, Death of an English Muffin, Much Ado About Muffin Lasting Damage, Woman with a Secret, A Game for All the Family, Closed Casket: The New Hercule Poirot Mystery Fatal Judgment, Deadly Pursuit, An Eye for an Eye, In Harm's Way, Against All Odds, Lethal Legacy, Vanished, Trapped, Deceived, Buried Secrets, Thin Ice The Ghost, Imperium: A Novel of Ancient Rome, Enigma, Pompeii, Archangel, Lustrum, The Fear Index, Dictator The Anatomist’s Apprentice, The Dead Shall Not Rest, The Devil's Breath, The Lazarus Curse, Shadow of the Raven, Secrets in the Stones Red Dragon, The Silence of the Lambs, Hannibal, Hannibal Rising, Black Sunday Dare to Die, Dead Days of Summer, Sugarplum Dead, Yankee Doodle Dead, Death Walked In, Ghost At Work, Set Sail For Murder, Death In Paradise, Dead Man's Island, Murder Walks the Plank, Death of the Party, The Christie Caper, Southern Ghost, April Fool Dead, Engaged to Die, Deadly Valentine, Resort To Murder, Death on the River Walk, Death in Lovers' Lane, Scandal in Fair Haven, Malice Domestic Vol. 4 (Anthology edited by Carolyn Hart), Design For Murder, Something Wicked, Mint Julep Murder, Death on Demand, A Little Class on Murder, Dead by Midnight, What the Cat Saw, Honeymoon with Murder, White Elephant Dead, Ghost Gone Wild, Death Comes Silently, Ghost Wanted, Merry Merry Ghost, Don't Go Home, Death at the Door, Ghost to the Rescue, Laughed 'Til He Died, Dead White and Blue, Ghost in Trouble, Ghost Times Two Catch Me if You Can, Whiskey Rebellion, Whiskey Sour, Kill Shot, Dirty Little Secrets, A Dirty Shame, Whiskey for Breakfast, Dirty Rotten Scoundrel, Down and Dirty Murder at the Altar, Murder by Suicide, Murder of Innocence, Murder by Accident, Murder in the Garden (sound is "okay"), Murder by Committee, Murder by Bicycle, Murder of Identity, Murder in the Park, Murder in House, Murder by Mistake, Murder My Neighbour, Murder in Mind, False Charity, Murder with Mercy, Murder with Mercy, Murder by Suspicion ToxiCity, Easy Innocence, Doubleback, Doubleback, A Shot to Die For, An Eye For Murder, An Image of Death, Set the Night on Fire, Nice Girl Does Noir, Havana Lost, The Last Page (w/David J.