Secrets on 26th Street

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Pleasant Company, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 144 pages
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These suspenseful stories will leave readers on the edge of their seats! Each spine-tingling tale features a brave, clever girl solving an intriguing mystery at an important time in America's past.

Who is the mysterious new boarder in Susan's tenement? Her suspicions lead her into the midst of the suffrage movement in 1914.

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Review: Secrets on 26th Street (American Girl History Mysteries #5)

User Review  - Kristine Pratt - Goodreads

I loved the setting and the historical aspect of this book, but was plagued by one question throughout - whatever happened to the paper she was supposed to be writing on Middlemarch? And what child ... Read full review

Review: Secrets on 26th Street (American Girl History Mysteries #5)

User Review  - Cheryl - Goodreads

An interesting look at the Women's Suffrage movement made age appropriate for younger readers. I enjoyed it and will pass it along to my siser-in-law and niece to enjoy. Read full review

Contents

Threats
1
Chapter A Figure in the Window
14
Bluffing
34
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Jones lived most of her life in North Carolina. She grew up sandwiched between two brothers. She used to wish she were a boy because she thought boys got to have more fun than girls. One of her earliest dreams was to be a jockey in the Kentucky Derby-but only men were allowed to do that.

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