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When a guest at Mayfair Park claims her room is haunted, Lauren and her friends are convinced there must be a rational explanation. Doris Orgel, Merry, Rose, and Christmas Tree June. He discovered some criminals in his school (perhaps disguised as teachers?) and tapped out a beat on a pipe ("Snare Drums and Trumpets" ) that his girl friend heard to rescue him from being trapped/held hostage in the school basement.

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The book includes a detailed diagram of the cave system, so the reader can follow the action. Darling, the name brings back fond but cloudy memories from her childhood. On the last day of April, He doesn't see a single rabbit anywhere. Reluctantly, Widge admits his failure to Falconer and is told to return until his mission is accomplished. It was re-released in a paperback edition in 1993 as Masquerade: The Complete Book with the Answer Explained.

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Once I received it, however, I realized the illustrator was not the same as the Muffletump book of another title I had enjoyed in childhood. (My mistake.) I'm still interested in finding the story and illustrations I'm familiar with and I think probably that would be THE MUFFLETUMPS: THE STORY OF FOUR DOLLS by Jan Wahl, illustrated by Edward Ardizzone, 1966. At the risk of seeming a little nutty, I also seem to Sounds like THE MAGIC OF MILLICENT MUSGRAVE written and illustrated by Brinton Turkle, 1967.

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Magic Summer is out of print and it would be great if you could find a copy for me. There is a hermit (?) living on the other side of the lake. I think there are one or two of them, and they live in an attic until they are discovered by a little girl who takes them out and plays with them. The sheriff then lassoes the bandit. sounds like Mr. Nothing goes as planned and a very surprised Widge finds himself an accepted member of the backstage crew. M213 Could it be the series by Ellen Blance? Monster Goes to the Circus, Monster Goes to the Hospital, Lady Monster Helps Out, Lady Monster Has a Plan, Monster Goes Around the Town, Monster Comes to the City, Monster Looks for a House, Monster Goes to the Museum, Monster on the Bus, Monster Goes To The Zoo, Monster and the Magic Umbrella Hi - I'm the poster of this stumper & I can't believe that it only took one day to solve - it's been driving me crazy for the longest time.

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I appreciate your reader's comments regarding Magic Elizabeth. Gr 4-6.) This is a series of light mysteries with scary moments. During classes the next day, Michael manages to attract Cecilia's attention by tapping "Snare Drums and Trumpets" (their prearranged signal for danger) on radiator pipes. Along with with Annie and Rosamond, our hero cracks each case with solid detective work. The sequel is called The Secrets of the Mystifying Twins. I though maybe the book was called; the night before christmas / winter .... / something do do with winter or christmas?

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The poem described is the last one in the book. I really need to get around to watching them, to see if they made the transition gracefully. ( book ) ( tv version ) 8. For me, it is the portrayal of McClusky – whose brilliant expressions are marvellously captured by Clara – that really steals the show. Erwin, illustrated by Paul Kennedy, published Little, Brown 1965, 154 pages. "After many years and far travels, Aggie, Maggie, and Tish had returned to their home town.

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The protagonist, a young girl, has a mother who wears a black leotard, paints her room black and photographs spider webs her father drives a garbage truck and collects junk. He strengthens his imagination by reading a passage from The Wind in the Willows and imagining Badger' kitchen. It appears on your Solved Stumpers page, and it was recently republished. ~from a librarian This is definitely *NOT* Magic Elizabeth. The Fairy Tale Detectives (The Sisters Grimm, Book 1)—Book Review

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Porcini Pig is the best corn thief in town. Two parallel stories set 50 years apart—one told in text, the other solely in illustrations—drive this kid-friendly mystery about silence, opening one’s eyes, and the interconnectedness of life K–Grade 3. 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?

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There is affectionate A, for example, and the newly arrived 26th Matthew whose clothes are covered entirely in zippers. I still remember the picture of the faraway, small blue lake getting bigger and bigger until Ann lands the plane on it. When cholera kills her parents and the servants in the manor, she is sent to live with her Uncle on a lonely moor. We are looking for a book about a girl named Anne, it is an autobiography. Even though Joao Pessoa, which is on the northeast coast of Brazil, is part of the epicenter of the Zika outbreak, the investigators know that finding these women will not be easy.

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Last time I tried to find this--in the 1980s-I was told it may have been a series. This sounds like a book I also read and think about a lot. She goes entirely on hearsay and jumps to the utterly wrong conclusions while ending up severely injuring an old woman by throwing a poisonous snake into her car (believing it to be driven by the murderer), accidently killing one of her brother's friends (believing him to be the murderer with no evidence at all) and causing herself serious bodily harm, while "killing" said friend.

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