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From the back of the book: Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny used to live alone in a boxcar. Now they have a home with their grandfather and are spending the summer mountain climbing in New England. A dangerous rockslide.. .a mountain cave.. .a secret treasure....There are many adventures in store for the Boxcar Children in the Mountain Top Mystery.
A mystery involving a popular boy actor coincides with the arrival of many dubious people to Greenfield.
Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny have become friends with a famous movie star! While Tate Radison was filming his last movie, a lot of odd things happened. No one knows who was responsible for the canister of film disappearing or for the other problems. Now Tate wants to keep his presence in Greenfield a secret to avoid any more mishaps. But soon a note arrives in his mailbox, and the troubles start again. Why would someone want to ruin Tate's career? It's another mystery for the Boxcar Children!
A distant relative asks for the help of the Boxcar children when enigmatic events start happening at her mansion.
Cousin Althea may lose her house in an auction. Can the Boxcar Children help her?
When Grandfather's friend bought Skeleton Point, she invited the Alden children to help her fix it up. But this empty mansion is even spookier than it looks. The man who used to live there studied bones--and the house it filled with skeletons! Then the mansions valuable statues begin to disappear. Could the Skeleton Point ghost be causing mischief?
Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny used to live alone in a boxcar. Now they have a home with their grandfather, and they're exploring a haunted house! Grandfather's friend Charlotte bought a mysterious mansion known as Skeleton Point.
Grandfather is taking everyone on a special holiday trip to an old-fashioned New England inn. The Aldens have fun playing in the snow, ice skating, and working puzzles. Then suddenly they become part of a very special puzzle when mysterious things start to happen.
The Aldens are asked to be extras in a movie while visiting the Alamo but things are not picture perfect. They have to discover who stole a precious ring from the beautiful star, Claire, and they find out many people are jealous of her.
The Aldens get to be in a documentary about the Alamo -- if the film gets made.
Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny used to live alone in a boxcar. Now they have a home with their grandfather, and are joining a baseball team! Jessie and Violet are selected to play on the local baseball team, Henry gets a job helping the coach, and even Benny has a special role--as batboy. But at this ballpark, there's more than just a game going on--there's a mystery. A special bat is stolen, Jessie's favorite glove disappears, and the team almost doesn't make it to their first game. Can the Boxcar Children solve the mystery and save the team?
The boxcar children are selected to play on the local baseball team, but items disappear. Can the children solve the mystery and save the team?
The Aldens head up north for the Calgary Stampede--a cowboy celebration of Canada's frontier spirit! But when a valuable piece of jewelry from the festival's history vanishes, the children are on the case. Can the Boxcar Children find the thief before the big show?
Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny used to live alone in a boxcar. Now they have a home with their grandfather, and they are visiting the Crooked House, Mrs. McGregor's childhood home in the snowy countryside. When Mrs. McGregor, the Aldens Housekeeper, learns that she cannot afford to keep the Crooked House, the Aldens want to help. Mrs. McGreggor tells them that ever since she was a little girl, there was an unsolved riddle about the house. And solving that riddle could lead to a treasure! Could the treasure save the Crooked House? Can the Boxcar Children find it in time?
At the local dog show the Boxcar children investigate when they suspect someones is trying to sabotage it.
From the back of the book: Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny used to live alone in a boxcar. Now they have a home with their grandfather, and they're going to a dog show. The Boxcar Children meet all kinds of dogs, from a spotted Dalmatian to a big, hairy sheepdog. But then strange things start happening at the dog show, and no one knows why. Can the children solve the mystery and save the day? =============== ISBN-13: 978-0-8075-5394-7 ISBN-10: 0-8075-5394-8
The county fair has come to Greenfield. The Aldens are so excited about entering the competitions at the fair. Henry and Benny will bake a blueberry pie, Jessie will make jewelry, and Violet will paint a picture. But it seems that someone is trying to ruin every event at the fair. Will the Boxcar Children be able to solve the mystery and win first prize?
The Aldens find a mystery when a visitor comes. Who put the coins in a hiding place behind the wall?
When the boxcar children find an old journal behind the closet wall, they never dream it will lead them on a search for a valuable coin collection.
The Aldens discover that many people are obsessed with the bookstore their grandfather just bought in New Orleans.
The boxcar children go to New Orleans where they help to clean up an old, dusty bookstore. They discover a beautiful set of fairy tale books, and one vanishes!
The Alden children take a cruise with their grandfather, while sightseeing they also explore the mystery behind some engine problem, a man overboard, and other troubles on the ship.
From the back of the book: Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny used to live alone in a boxcar, but now they live with their grandfather. And he's taking them on a wonderful cruise in the Caribbean! No sooner has the cruise begun, than things start to go wrong. The ship's radio breaks. It appears someone has fallen overboard-but it turns out to be a false alarm. And then there's engine trouble. Is someone deliberately tampering with the ship? It's a mystery-and fortunately the Boxcar Children are on board!
The Boxcar children investigate a mysterious employee at Jerry Taylor's general store.
From the back of the book: Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny used to live alone in a boxcar, but now they live with their grandfather. And they're working in a general store, to help out a friend of Aunt Jane's. It seems to the children that the young girl who works in the store is behaving very strangely. She seems nervous and won't answer any questions about her past. Then a strange man comes to the store asking about her. What secret is the mystery girl hiding?
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