Mystery Behind the Wall

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Albert Whitman and Company, Jan 1, 1973 - Juvenile Fiction - 127 pages
9 Reviews
The Aldens find a mystery when a visitor comes. Who put the coins in a hiding place behind the wall?
  

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Review: Mystery Behind the Wall (The Boxcar Children #17)

User Review  - Ashle Oaks - Goodreads

I really enjoyed this book. The idea of a treasure hunt was something that has always interested me, especially as a child. I liked how Grandfather told the children not to make fun of their new friend's accent and how their new friend's parents didn't give him the same talk. Read full review

Review: Mystery Behind the Wall (The Boxcar Children #17)

User Review  - Caleb Mckenzie - Goodreads

I liked Boxcar children Mystery Behind the Wall. It's where they invited a friend from Canada and they were looking for a coin collection. They found it in a picture of a house. There were tons of ... Read full review

Contents

Contents CHAPTER PAGE 1 Bennys Problem
9
A Hole in the Wall
19
Surprise from the Past
32
Is That All?
46
A New Clue
57
Jenny Wren
68
A Real Puzzle
77
So Near So Far
91
Dont Break the Glass
104
What It All Meant
117
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About the author (1973)

Gertrude Chandler Warner was born in Putnam, Connecticut on April 16, 1890. Due to her poor health, she never finished high school and studied with a tutor. During World War I, a shortage of teachers prompted the local school board to hire her to teach first grade, a position she held for over 30 years. She wrote the first Boxcar book in 1924, while home recuperating from an illness, but the version most people are familiar with was originally published in 1942. The Alden children became so popular that she wrote 19 adventures about them including Surprise Island, Mystery Ranch, and Snowbound Mystery. She died at age 89 August 29, 1979, but the Boxcar Children are still being written about by a team of writers faithful to her vision.

David Cunningham is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of David Cunningham include: The Memory Box, Caboose Mystery (Boxcar Children), A Crow's Journey.

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