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Mountain Top Mystery: The Boxcar Children Mysteries, Book 9

Mountain Top Mystery: The Boxcar Children Mysteries, Book 9


Mountain Top Mystery: The Boxcar Children Mysteries, Book 9

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5/5 (33 valutazioni)
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Pubblicato:
Jul 25, 2012
ISBN:
9781621880479
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The Aldens climb a mountain and find a mystery! The hike up Old Flat Top was only supposed to take a day, but a dangerous rockslide changes everything to reveal a hidden cave that just may hold a legendary treasure!
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Pubblicato:
Jul 25, 2012
ISBN:
9781621880479
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  • (5/5)
    When Henry, Jessie, Violet and Benny go on a hike to the Old Flat Top, there is an accident. There was only one way down, and the first step broke! But when Benny accidentally slips, he opens an entrance to a cave. The last indian of the tribe tells them that her grandfather's grandpa hid some treasure in a cave. This book will be perfect for people who love mysteries and loves surprises.
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    It was so amazing and awesome I love them can you send them can you make more I love him so much just make all them It's so great
  • (4/5)
    a fine romp that continues in the tradition of the prvious books. The "mystery" this time is two-fold, first the ever-present identity of the mystery person, this time an Indian boy, and second, the hunt for a hidden treasure. This is the next summer after the previous book and the kids have decided to go where Grandfather was supposed to be taking them when they inadvertantly ended up at the Lighthouse last time. The children are obviously older nower, though no ages are given. Illustrations of Benny, sometimes called Ben now, inside the book show him as an older boy, not the little boy shown on this cover. John Carter is the only repeating charater who returns but he has now assumed the role of Grandfather's right-hand man. The book has a cultural message about not forgetting the ways of the past, specifally here the "Indians", and presents them in a positive light showing how the Great-Grandomther Indian woman is passing along her skills of sweetgrass basket weaving and wampum bead making to the present generation. This is then the first book in the series which ends with words which presumes to tell us that there will be another adventure next summer and that will be time for another story. The series has gone through changes, but has gone through some changes but has hit a regular stride now.