EVEN MORE LIKE ANNABEL

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Below you will find a list of some of the best children’s chapter books, suitable for a wide range of ages. If you enjoyed The Da Vinci Code, try these... (Saskatoon PL, Saskatchewan, CN): Author, title, pub. year, webcat link, and summary for about 25 books, by Thomas Gifford, Deborah Crombie, Alan Wall, David Hewson, Daniel Easterman, Yxta Maya Murray, Judith Koll Healey, et al. He will though most likely be best remembered for his ability to solve complicated mysteries with the help of his little grey cells.

The Revenge Files of Alistair Fury: Tough Turkey

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Milo lives with his adoptive parents in a strange and mysterious smugglers’ inn. I raced my way through the rest of the series, then reread them a couple of times in the years that followed. They make the reader think critically in order to form his own theory. The title The 18th Emergency is correct. A great way to convince kids to read their ABC book and try new vegetables at the same time! If this helps: Bike is lost when left out on Halloween. Orgel, Doris, Merry, Rose, and Christmas-Tree June.

Last Breath (Nightmare Hall)

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I think there may be several mechanical horses in the race as all the mad professors want to win this title. Activities for young investigators not only let children experience the thrill of solving mysteries, they can also help kids practice their observation, develop their memories and even learn a little hands-on science. I remember having this read to our kindergarten class,about the boy with the long bushy red hair called Moppy.

Outbreak (The 39 Clues: Super Special, Book 1)

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In The Silence of the Library, available on January 28th in both print and e-book, Charlie relates what happens with the library's plans for the exhibit. Susanna Natti illustrates the detective books. I do think there were some scenes where either someone mentioned losing fingers in the machinery, or it actually happened. Alexander discovers that if he leaves them alone, they will leave him alone or even give him feathers to play with. It was the story of a girl whose sister somehow got lost in a pretend country and was never the same again.

Mystery at Flying Cross Ranch (Phoebe and the Fabulous Five)

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From Sherlock Holmes to Batman, kids enjoy the adventures of great detectives -- and having their own adventures as well. They discover (using Asimov's Multivac) that he was working on something called "an optikon" -- and the host of the party goes to the attic and picks up a small optical device with no lenses that he found in Quentin's cabin. However, it then turns out she's the murderer, having decided to kill her grandfather over his not getting her ballet lessons.

The Secret Room (Turtleback School & Library Binding

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The fact that his own sick, elderly mother is living with his son and former wife doesn’t deter him at all. The victim also was accused of embezzling funds from the Magic Forest amusement park where she was the bookkeeper. Or general concepts of time, I'm not sure exactly. I don't remember this book being colored. I vaguely remember a main character of a bear who is trying to find his mother, home, etc. Sounds like Carolyn Bailey's Miss Hickory. "Miss Hickory is a country doll, made of a hickory nut head with an apple twig body.

Time for Andrew: A Ghost Story

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I read this query with interest since I'm the same age as the poster and loved books about witches and magic. A poor child stays with elderly neighbors for a week during the Great Depression---she thinks they are wealthy because they have eggs for breakfast every day! It was a "Whitman BIG Tell-a-Tale" book. Toad uses his magic kit against the babysitter while the housekeeper is away.~from a librarian I think that is right. I adored this book--you really could make a whole little world, without any particular drawing talent.

Big Top Flop (Nancy Drew Clue Book)

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I love how each book ends with some extra brain-teasers and mysteries to solve. But I do have vivid memories of my grandfather and my father--the "Thomas" of the book, who was always known as "Tim", for some reason--reading the book to me. Am not positive now if adults were along, but my sister remembers that when the young people return their folks see a live Archyopteryx, and the kids ask "Now do you believe us?"

Spy Tactics (Henderson Spy File Fax)

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Reading A-Z's Spanish Books support the growth of native and non-native Spanish speakers' reading and language skills. Fritz is a small, homely pony - rejected by the by a medieval city because of his plain looks compared to the beautiful horses they had. Editors want little or no violence, or threats of harm. Whenever the boy got into mischief he would blame the zebra. I think this might be the one you are looking for. I would never have thought the title was Merlin's Keep.

Masterpiece (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition)

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Can't remember the cat, but I'll check. ~from a librarian D97 Doublechecked AMONG THE DOLLS. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban: An alleged supporter of you-know-who has escaped from Azkaban Prison. Too bad his books are out of print. He finds himself becoming a loyal Whig as well, and as tension with the Tories rises, his life becomes more and more complex. One or more kids find out about scientists working to figure out how seastars are able to regrow a lost arm, to apply to humans.