The Hidden Gold: A Marie-Grace Mystery

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American Girl, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 150 pages
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Marie-Grace can't wait to begin her journey up the Mississippi River with her father. The steamboat they're traveling on is the biggest and fanciest boat Marie-Grace has ever seen. It's crowded with all sorts of interesting passengers, including Wilhelmina Newman, a girl Marie-Grace's age. Wilhelmina is traveling alone, and she's carrying a secret in one of her trunks--clues to hidden Gold Rush treasure. Wilhelmina and Marie-Grace have to unravel the clues to find the gold--and they're not the only ones looking for it! An illustrated "Looking Back" essay provides facts about the 1850s.

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Eleven-year-old Marie-Grace Gardner and her father are travelling up the Mississippi River on a steamboat to visit his friends in Pennsylvania in the spring of 1854. Although she will miss her friends ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Sarah Masters-Buckey was raised in New Jersey and lived in Texas for 15 years. Sarah has written a variety of other books for American Girl. Her Molly® mystery The Light in the Cellar won an Agatha Award for Best Children?s Mystery.

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