The mysterious disappearance of Leon (I mean Noel).

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Dutton, 1971 - Juvenile Fiction - 149 pages
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The disappearance of her husband is only the first of the mysteries Mrs. Carillon must solve.

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A young boy and girl are promised to one another in an ill-advised arranged marriage, but the man disappears after a tragic accident, while the woman spends much of her life looking for him, pursuing ... Read full review

THE MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE OF LEON (I MEAN NOEL)

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"Noel glub C blub all. . . I glub new. . . ." These are the last words that Mrs. Carillon hears from her sinking husband before she herself is hit on the head by their capsizing boat and the two of ... Read full review

Contents

For Want of a Name of a Soup
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2 Leons Fourteen Messagesand Two More
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3 Mrs Carillons Lists and Letters
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Ellen Raskin is the author of numerous books for young readers, including "Figgs & Phantoms," a Newbery Honor book. She died in 1986.

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