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The Aldens are helping one of Grandfather's friends break a world record by building the world's largest yo-yo! As they help with the project, strange things begin to happen. First someone follows them and then the plans for the yo-yo turn up missing, someone is trying to sabotage the yo-yo before it's launched! It seems there are a few people in Greenfield who don't want this yo-yo completed. The Boxcar Children will piece the evidence together to get to the bottom of this mystery.
The Aldens have joined a bicycle race! Three days of riding and camping should be fun for everyone. Even Grandfather joined the race. But right from the word "Go!" things go wrong: misleading road signs by day and collapsing tents by night. Henry's first flat tire could be bad luck, but three flat tires point to foul play. But who is playing foul--and why? The Boxcar Children are determined to solve the mystery before they cross the finish line.
A local radio station is holding the Great Detective Race, and the Boxcar Children have entered the contest! They solve riddles and search all over town for clues leading to the grand prize. But when some of the clues turn out to be fake, it's clear that someone is playing unfairly! Who could be trying to ruin the race--and why?
The local radio station is putting on the Great Detective Race, where contestants must solve riddles and search all over Greenfield for clues leading to the grand prize! One of the prizes would make a perfect gift for Mrs. MacGregor, so the Aldens sign up for the contest. Soon they're following the riddles' clues all over town. But when some of the clues turn out to be fake, it's clear that someone is playing unfairly. Could another contestant in the Great Detective Race be trying to stop the Boxcar Children from winning?
The Alden Children are on vacation at an aquarium in Florida, where they feed the penguins, swim with dolphins, and come face-to-face with a great white shark! The shark draws crowds and thrills the park's visitors. But the Aldens soon discover that the shark is in danger--someone at the park wants it gone. How will the Boxcar Children fish out the crook before it's too late for the shark?
The Alden children are on vacation at Ocean Adventure Park, an aquarium in Florida. But the Aldens soon discover that someone at the park wants their prized shark gone.
The Alden children find a map that shows how to find a gold loot hidden in an old cabin in Yellowstone, but when they go to investigate they are met with interference.
When the Aldens visit Yellowstone they discover a map showing the way to an old cabin where gold is supposedly hidden, but they encounter lots of interference in their attempts to hike the trail.
The Boxcar children are helping out at a guide dog training school, there they notice a rare obsession with a particular dog, Ginger, and other mysterious events.
Interesting events follow when the Boxcar Children are invited to spend a week at the Greenfield Guide Dog school.
Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny are happy to share their home with Katya, the young gymnast, and watch her practice for the big competition. When things start going wrong at the gym it quickly becomes clear that someone is trying to ruin Katya's chances of winning--but who? The Aldens want to help. The trouble is, Katya's been acting a little mysterious herself--almost as if she's got something to hide. But what? Can the Boxcar Children solve both mysteries before the big competition?
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 a young Russian gymnast has come for a visit. Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny are happy to share their home with Katya, the young gymnast, and to watch her practice for the big competition. When things start going wrong at the gym it quickly becomes clear that someone is trying to ruin Katya's chances of winning. But who? The Aldens want to help. The trouble is, Katya's been acting a little mysterious herself - almost as if she's got something to hide. But what? Can the Boxcar Children solve both mysteries before the big competition?
The Alden children go on a classic Mississippi steamboat to visit a family friend in Missouri, there they have to uncover who is responsible for the mysterious happenings near the cabin.
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 going to visit his friend, old Cap Lambert, a retired riverboat pilot who lives in a cabin in the woods. To get there, the Boxcar Children take a wonderful trip down the Mississippi in a paddle-wheel boat. But when they arrive at Cap Lambert's cabin, they find some mysterious things are going on. Spooky phone calls, eerie flickering lights, strange dark figures. Is the cabin haunted?
Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny used to live alone in a boxcar. Now they have a home with their grandfather and they have become friends with a real pro-hockey player. The Boxcar Children cannot believe it when they meet their favorite hockey star, Kevin Reynolds, while out skating one day. Kevin is coaching a girls' hockey team and planning to build a huge new skating rink right in Greenfield. Kevin offers Jessie a place on the team and Henry is going to be assistant coach! As soon as practices begin, however, strange things start to happen. Suddenly, equipment is missing and Kevin's plans for the new rink are almost ruined. Is someone trying to prevent Kevin's new rink from being finished? The Boxcar Children want to help their new friend and solve this mystery!
The Boxcar Children are thrilled when they discover that hockey star Kevin Reynolds will be coaching a girls' hockey team right in Greenfield. As soon as practice begins, however, strange things start to occur. Equipment disappears and there are unexpected problems with the new rink. Can the Boxcar Children solve the mystery and help their favorite hockey star save the new rink before it is too late?
Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny used to live alone in a boxcar. Now they have a home with their grandfather, and they're playing in a baseball league -- Eagles vs. the Half Moons! While visiting Pikesville, the Boxcar Children join the exciting last games of the season in a strange old ballpark behind an abandoned factory. But the Eagles are hitting too many home runs. Could they be cheating? Then Violet sees strange lights in the factory. Could the lights -- and the home run streak -- have anything to do with the sad Pikesville legend of Home Run Herman? Looks like there's a double-header mystery to solve!
The Alden family makes its annual trip to the Sherman farm to stock up on delicious fresh honey, but they soon discover there is a honey shortage. The Aldens help the Shermans look for clues around the farm to see what's wrong with the bees. Can the Boxcar Children help keep the Sherman farm from going out of business?
The Aldens are helping out at a rescue ranch, taking care of horses that need extra attention. Jessie's favorite is a beautiful horse named Dragon. But when Dragon and some of the other horses disappear from the pasture, the Boxcar Children must saddle up for a mystery. What's happening to the horses at the Dare to Dream Ranch?
The Aldens are spending a week at the Dare to Dream Ranch, a rescue ranch that takes in horses whose owners can no longer care for them. The children help with chores, and Jessie is thrilled to be looking after a beautiful horse named Dragon. But when two of the oldest horses are missing from the pasture, a mystery begins to unfold--why would someone want to steal two old, sick horses? Then Dragon disappears, too, and the children discover that one of the horses has paint on its coat. Just what's going on at the ranch, anyway?
Floating down a lazy river, Benny finds a blackmail scheme in progress.
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 a vacation traveling down the river on a houseboat. Throughout their journey, the Boxcar Children have the feeling they're being watched. Little do they know, someone is looking for something on their houseboat-and he'll stop at nothing until he gets it!
While on a South Carolina trip the Alden children agree to hunt for a pirate's hidden treasure, but they face a thief who is trying to find it and keep it.
In Charleston, the children look for pirate treasure and face a hurricane.
Someone is trying to shut down the Greenfield Ice Cream Barn!
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