The Mystery on Cobbett's Island (Google eBook)

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Random House Children's Books, Feb 29, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 272 pages
6 Reviews
When the Bob-Whites arrive on Cobbett’s Island for vacation, Trixie finds a mysterious letter. Many years ago, a fortune was hidden. But the clues in the letter are hard for Trixie to understand. What does “start sailing” mean? Is this a treasure hunt on land . . . or on sea?


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Review: The Mystery on Cobbett's Island (Trixie Belden #13)

User Review  - Mark Baker - Goodreads

Trixie isn't looking for a mystery when she and her friends head to Cobbett's Island. However, their first night there, they find a letter that suggests there is a treasure nearby. With their new ... Read full review

Review: The Mystery on Cobbett's Island (Trixie Belden #13)

User Review  - Miri - Goodreads

The Bob White's are visiting Cobbett's Island on vacation, they are planning on sailing, clambakes, swimming and lots of fun, but Trixie finds a mystery involving cash hidden away years ago. Trixie engages the Bob White's in the search for the money, along with new friend Peter. Read full review

Contents

An Unexpected Invitation
5
Foul Weather
18
An Emergency
32
A The Neighbor
46
The Letter
62
1 Mystery in the Tool Shed
78
The Gazebo
91
A Sailing Lesson
100
l0 limmys Plate
134
The aptains Tales
148
The Mysterious Stranger
163
T3 Teacups and Sailboats
177
V0 Another lue
213
I6 The hart and the ompass
223
A Little Black Box
241
I8 Trixies Tops _
254

An Accident
115

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About the author (2012)

In the 1940s, Julie Campbell was running her own literary agency when Western Publishing put out a call for talented authors to write mystery series for kids. Julie proposed the Trixie Belden series and wrote the first 6 titles herself, but books 7-39 were written by a variety of writers all under the pseudonym Kathryn Kenny.
Michael Koelsch works in many different styles for many different markets, including advertising, entertainment, and publishing. He recently received a Silver Medal from the Society of Illustrators, NY.

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