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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 their cousins Joe and Alice. To the children's delight, Joe and Alice live near a wonderful amusement park. The park holds everything the Boxcar Children could ask for -- a beautiful merry-goround, lots of rides and games, all the cotton candy they can eat ... and a mystery!
From the back of the book: Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny used to live alone in a boxcar. Now that they have a home with their grandfather, they've turned their old boxcar into a home for stray animals! When the Greenfield Animal Shelter is forced to close, the Boxcar Children offer to care for the abandoned animals. But then they discover that many belong to an old woman who appears to be missing. Where is she? And who are the strange men living in her house? Before they know it, the children have another mystery to solve.
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 are playing in a community basketball league. The Aldens are thrilled that Buzz and Tipper Nettleton, Greenfield's most famous basketball stars, are coaching their teams. But some of the other coaches don't seem so happy to see the Nettletons. Then Tipper's Most Valuable Player trophy is missing, and Buzz's practice schedules get mixed up. Is somebody trying to foul up the community league? It looks like it's time for the Aldens to solve another mystery'
When a valuable vase disappears, the manager suspects the boxcar children, but who is sending the salespeople mysterious notes?
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 on a bicycle trip. On the first night of their journey, the Boxcar Children get caught in a rainstorm. They find shelter in an old abandoned house-and a mystery finds them! ********** From inside the book: About This Alden Mystery Whenever the Aldens-Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny-start a trip, they expect some sort of adventure or mystery. It all began when they ran away from an orphanage and made a home for themselves in an old boxcar. Of course the best part of that adventure was finding Grandfather Alden. When the bicycle trip was first planned, Benny hoped it would mean another adventure. But he didn't dream that on a rainy morning in an empty old farmhouse a mystery would find him. That's the way it happened, and the Aldens found themselves in the middle of a puzzle before they knew it.
In Hawaii, the Aldens and cousin Soo Lee notice people are silent when the black pearl story is told.
A new house is shielded by a tall stone wall. The only way in is through an iron gate decorated with black widow spiders. Benny is certain the new neighbors are hiding something.
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 taking a vacation in the South Seas on an uninhabited island. But is the island really uninhabited? The Boxcar Children soon suspect someone else is there too - someone who may not want them around!
One day in the park, the Aldens' dog, Watch, comes across a mysterious box with a note inside. "Congratulations!" the note says. "You've found it!" The box is part of a fun new treasure-hunting game, and soon Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny are looking all over town for cleverly hidden boxes. But they're not the only ones on the trail for clues! When several of the treasure boxes go missing, the game is ruined for everyone. Who would steal the boxes--and why?
One warm night four children stood in front of a bakery. No one knew them and where they had come from. Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny are a family of brothers and sisters-and they're orphans, too. The only way they can stay together is to try and make it on their own. But where will they live? One night, during a storm, the children find an old red boxcar that keeps them warm and safe. The children decide to make it their home-and become The Boxcar Children!
The boxcar children are bound for the Science and Hobby Fair, but when a storm hits, they're forced to stay in a bus station with a mystery nearby.
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 traveling on a train-in their own caboose, number 777. At one train stop, a man startles the Boxcar Children when he runs away after hearing the number of their caboose. It isn't long before the Aldens learn the mysterious history behind caboose Number 777-a history that involves a circus clown, a high wire artist, and a valuable necklace. Come aboard and join the Boxcar Children in the Caboose Mystery.
From the back of the book: Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny used to live alone in a boxcar. Now they live with their grandfather, and he is taking them on a camping trip. The children enjoy the camp-out - setting up the tent, hiking in the woods, and especially making delicious food over the campfire. But some strange things begin to happen. Loud music plays in the middle of the night. Their lantern disappears. And then they receive a frightening note. It looks like the Boxcar Children have another mystery to solve!
When Grandfather's friend, Mrs. Winkles, needs some extra workers at her candy factory, the Boxcar Children are thrilled to help. But working there isn't quite as sweet as they expected--it looks like someone is sabotaging Mrs. Winkle's candy. Includes a special activity section with puzzles, crafts, and recipes.
The boxcar children go on a canoe trip with their Aunt Jane. They find a mysterious riddle leading them to hidden treasure.
The boxcar children help restore a museum, but what are those mysterious lights and strange music in the castle museum?
Someone has stolen jewelry from an antique store, and now Benny's cereal box is missing!
The boxcar children help at their favorite ice cream shop, but very strange things start happening.
The Aldens find themselves right in the middle of an Iowa cornfield and a brand new mystery! The farm where the children are visiting is famous for its wonderful corn maze, and every year visitors come to walk through the maze and enjoy the Corn King Days festival. But the maze is being vandalized at night, and the festival is in danger of being shut down. Can the Boxcar Children catch the culprit and save the festival?
The Aldens try to find a rare comic book of their favorite superhero, Captain Fantastic.
The Alden children take a trip back in time when their Aunt Jane surprises them with a visit to Wagner Farmhouse, an old Victorian manse that has been turned into a seemingly haunted museum.
The Aldens are visiting Grandfather's friend, Amy, at the Ogopogo Retreat in Canada. Amy rents cabins to tourists who hope to see the mysterious underwater creature, the Ogopogo, swimming in the lake. Henry, Jesse, Violet, and Benny can't wait to try to spot the Ogopogo from their cabin.Amy tells the children about a riddle that an old friend left for her in one of the cabins that could lead to a small treasure. The children need to find the treasure, and fast--otherwise, Amy will have to sell the retreat. As the riddle starts to unfold, strange things start to happen around the lake. Something is moving around in the water late at night, and someone doesn't want the Aldens helping Amy. Will the Boxcar Children crack the riddle before it's too late?
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 helping to save an old library that's about to be torn down. The children find several mysteries at the library. Someone is breaking in and stealing their food. Someone, long ago, hid pieces of an old Civil War sword. And after all the children's hard work, someone is trying to destroy the library. Who?
The boxcar children visit a large old museum owned by their grandfather's friend. Then the bones from the enormous Tyrannosaurus Rex disappear!
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've just made a new friend named Beth. The Boxcar Children decide to raise money to help the Greenfield hospital. At Beth's suggestion, they form a service called The Boxcar Helpers - to baby-sit, wash cars, mow lawns, and care for pets. But Beth keeps disappearing. And then other things start to go wrong. Is someone trying to put them out of business? =============== ISBN-13: 978-0-8075-1628-7 ISBN-10: 0-8075-1628-7
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