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

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Oh, Ellen Raskin, I adore you. This book is filled with word-play, jokes, asides. Raskin speaks to kids as if they're adults. Would work wonderfully for mystery fans, bookish kids, as a follow-up to ... Read full review

Contents

For Want of a Name of a Soup
1
2 Leons Fourteen Messagesand Two More
13
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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