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Caboose Mystery: The Boxcar Children Mysteries, Book 11

Caboose Mystery: The Boxcar Children Mysteries, Book 11


Caboose Mystery: The Boxcar Children Mysteries, Book 11

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Aug 14, 2012
ISBN:
9781621880639
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Audiolibro

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When the Aldens spend the summer riding on a train, they get to live in a train car once again - this time, they're staying in Caboose No. 777. The number is hard to forget, and indeed, the children meet people at each stop who seem to know it well. It turns out Caboose No. 777 has an unusual past - one that comes with its very own mystery!
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Pubblicato:
Aug 14, 2012
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9781621880639
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Audiolibro


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    I love this series so much there’s a great series to listen to and they’re very exciting. And the mysteries are great, although I sometimes solve them before the mystery is over
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    love this whole series!

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    Caboose Mystery is one of the numerous books about the Boxcar children, four children who live with their rich, kind grandfather. Grandfather likes to spoil his grandkids, and so Henry, Jessie, Violet and Benny are well-traveled. Adventure follows the Alden children around. That's the gist of the series. In this book, Mr. Alden and his grandkids take a vacation on a little railroad, renting a couple of cabooses on a freight train for that purpose. The family soon discovers that they are in number 777, a former circus caboose. In the meantime, the young philanthropists discover an unhappy widower who used to be a clown, the husband of an aerial artist who had a tragic accident. Not only is this going on, but there seems to be a mystery about a diamond necklace that the aerial artist owned. Now it's missing? What happened to it...? This is like the other Boxcar Children books--a good mystery that Gertrude Chandler Warner cranked out easily--but like many of the others, it has a sweet touch.--Catherine

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