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by Gertrude Chandler Warner

eBook The Outer Space Mystery (Boxcar Children Mysteries, Book 59) download ISBN: 0807562874
Author: Gertrude Chandler Warner
Publisher: Albert Whitman & Company (January 1, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 128
ePub: 1945 kb
Fb2: 1488 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Gertrude chandler warner. Illustrated by Charles Tang. ALBERT WHITMAN & Company, Chicago. Even though the van had several seats, the Alden children sat together. They were used to being close together and had grown to like it. The four children once lived in an abandoned boxcar.

Gertrude chandler warner. That was before their grandfather, James Alden, found them and took them to his big house in Connecticut. James Alden even had the old boxcar brought to his house so the children could play in it. Grandfather took the Aldens on trips all over the country. The children had solved many mysteries and had some wonderful adventures along the way.

Gertrude Chandler Warner was born in 1890 in Putnam, Connecticut, where she taught school and wrote The Boxcar Children because she had often imagined how delightful it would be to live in a caboose or freight car. Encouraged by the book's success, she went on to write. Encouraged by the book's success, she went on to write eighteen more stories about the Alden children.

The Boxcar Children Series. 153 primary works, 175 total works. Book 3. The Yellow House Mystery. by Gertrude Chandler Warner. The Boxcar Children Graphic Novels series. Book 1. The Boxcar Children. The spooky old house on Surprise Island intrigues.

by Gertrude Chandler Warner. Other authors: Charles Tang (Illustrator). Series: Boxcar Children Mysteries (Book 59), Boxcar Children (59). No current Talk conversations about this book.

After 75 years, Gertrude Chandler Warner’s The Boxcar Children series is becoming a series of animated films. The films will be based on some of the most cherished books in children’s literature. Surprise Island Movie 2018. The Boxcar Children Mysteries. The Boxcar Children Specials. Generations of kids have enjoyed the adventures of Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny Alden-The Boxcar Children®. Gertrude Chandler Warner wrote the first 19 stories, but there are now 140 titles in The Boxcar Children® Mysteries series. Meet the Boxcar Children! About the Boxcar Children Series. About Albert Whitman & Company.

The Boxcar Children Mysteries THE BOXCAR CHILDREN SURPRISE ISLAND THE YELLOW HOUSE MYSTERY MYSTERY RANCH MIKE’S MYSTERY BLUE BAY MYSTERY THE . The outer space mystery. The mystery in the old attic.

The Boxcar Children Mysteries THE BOXCAR CHILDREN SURPRISE ISLAND THE YELLOW HOUSE MYSTERY MYSTERY RANCH MIKE’S MYSTERY BLUE BAY MYSTERY THE WOODSHED MYSTERY TH.

This is a list of Boxcar Children novels. The first nineteen books in the series were written by Gertrude Chandler Warner, the series's original author. Subsequent books were written by others after her death in 1979. A list of the Boxcar Children books. A list of the Special books. Boxcar Children main page from Albert Whitman and Company. Boxcar Children books page from Albert Whitman and Company.

The Boxcar Children are excited to attend a young astronomers’ convention! But when a student goes missing, will the children be able to help?
Comments: (6)
Malak
good series
Delirium
I recommend this book series to people who like mystery and meeting new people and going to different places in the world
Arihelm
I love stuff about the planets and outer space i reccomend (age 6-13 ) i also love mysterys ! !
Shistus
I did like the general idea and most of the characters- except Benny, I never like Benny- but the dialogue in the Boxcar Children books is always un-natural. I have a hard time imagining these people really talking, and also I don't like how these kids roam without adult supervision. But the stories are usually interesting.
In The Outer Space Mystery the kids go with their grandfather to visit a college in the West Virginia mountains, where he has business. (Seems as if he knows everybody in the world, and their brothers. It's little weird.) They meet this astronomy student Mark who has made a big discovery, a secret until some kind of convention or something later. The evening they get to the college, Henry and Benny's room is broken into- I'm thinking, forget about the missing apple, Benny, it just isn't a big deal- and later a student/waitress disappears and Mark's notes about his discovery are stolen. The kids think everything is "connected" and try to solve the mystery but pretty soon the answers just fall into their laps as usual, without them having to do much except follow a guy into the woods.
One time they were wondering whether a wrapper they found was from gum or a mint. I was like, #1, you can't tell by the shape and structure of it? and #2, does it or does it not have a label? because later when they came across another wrapper like it they said, oh, it's a mint wrapper! Either they could see that before or they can't now, the wrappers are the same.
On summary the idea is good and the sluething is not.
Ximathewi
Whether you are a fan of the popular Boxcar Children series of books or not, this is a delightful look at the life and career of the prolific children's book author, Gertrude Chandler Warner. While I was familiar with her as a children's book author, I had no idea she had written several books for adults or had led such a productive life. It was particularly interesting to learn how many books she had written over the course of her life in spite of bad health, and as an author myself, I was in awe of someone who published and illustrated her first book at the age of 9! This is an inspiring biography of a woman who achieved great things in her life and overcame tremendous challenges.

If you haven't read any of the stories about the Boxcar Children, you might want to check them out. Parents and educators might want to consider using this book as a way to teach about overcoming adversity to achieve success. Gertrude Chandler Warner and The Boxcar Children
Hamrl
This book was very interesting. If you are a Gertrude Chandler Warner fan this is for you. It does not, however, inform you of why and how so many people are able to use her name since her death. Clearly none of the books since her death come close in quality to those that she herself wrote.