Schoolhouse Mystery (Boxcar Children, No 10) by Gertrude Chandler Warner

Gertrude Chandler Warner is the creator of the bestselling juvenile mystery series, The Boxcar Children, which has thrilled kids for generations.

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Schoolhouse Mystery (Boxcar Children, No 10) by Gertrude Chandler Warner


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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful: Benny, Jessie, Henry and Violet teach School?, July 17, 2000 Reviewer: A reader from Houston,TX Schoolhouse Mystery was good. When Benny's friend Max challenges him to go to a little town that he says has no mystery, they ask Elizabeth Gray, who owns the schoolhouse, she lets Benny, Jessie, Violet and Henry be school teachers. One day in school, Benny's student Isabelle tellls him about The Money Man, Mr. Fred Willet, he had traded antiques for money or nice and shiny things. In the schoolhouse there is a painting of George Washington, and on one of his buttons, instead of a button, there is a space. At the end, when John Carter and Benny discover that there is a secret place in the chimney, that Freddy Willet has 3 names and stole schoolroom books and library books. At the end, Freddy gets aressted. If you like mysteries, then this book is for you!

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