By Ron Roy
It's a secret each month from well known A to Z Mysteries writer Ron Roy!
April is for Adventure...
In the fourth publication of the Calendar Mysteries - an early bankruptcy e-book secret sequence that includes the more youthful siblings of the A to Z Mysteries detectives - it's springtime in eco-friendly garden, and Bradley, Brian, Lucy, and Nate are on an Easter egg hunt. They seek excessive and legislation and locate plenty of eggs. yet quickly it's transparent that the various eggs aren't simply good hidden. They're long gone! Who might scouse borrow Easter eggs? It's as much as the 4 childrens to crack this eggs-cellent case.
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Julian, Dick and Anne are fairly apprehensive - George and her committed Timmy have simply disappeared! not just that, a person has damaged into Kirrin Cottage. may well there be a connection? The recognized 5 imagine so, yet it's going to be tricky attending to the ground of this secret while there's basically 3 of them
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Dr. Seuss tells 3 rhyming stories that includes the of the Cat within the Hat in i will be able to Lick 30 Tigers at the present time! And different tales.
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John, Susan, Titty and Roger go back to the lake for one more summer time tenting on their island with their previous allies, Nancy and Peggy, differently often called the Amazon pirates. yet instantly catastrophe moves whilst the Swallows locate themselves marooned ashore through the shipwreck in their boat. but when they can't have the island, there's continuously Swallowdale, the key valley, hidden from the realm and containing an additional mystery hid inside of it.
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April Adventure (Calendar Mysteries, Book 4) by Ron Roy
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