Riddle of the Wayward Books

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Big Red Chair Books, Jan 1, 1997 - Animals - 141 pages
After a series of break-ins occur at the Oakdale used book store, Joe and Wishbone search not only for the burglar but also for the secret involving the books themselves.

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After several burglary attempts occur at the bookstore where he is working for the summer, Joe and Wishbone decide to investigate and discover that some of the most important clues to the mystery are in the books themselves. Read full review


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Brad Strickland has written or cowritten nearly sixty novels and about a hundred shorter works. Strickland also cowritten ten books in several series about Wishbone, Star Trek, Are You Afraid of the Dark? and Sabrina, the Teen-Age Witch. Strickland has been a professional writer since his first sale to Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine in 1966. His first SF novel, To Stand Beneath the Sun, was published in 1985. Twice Strickland has been named the Georgia Author of the Year for young readers. He is also a Professor of English at Gainesville College.

Tom Fuller is the coauthor of three books, Salem, Newberg, and McMinnville, in the Images of America series. He also coauthored Oregon at Work: 1859-2009, which follows the descendants of Oregon pioneer families and traces the history of employment in the state. Fuller has worked in and around the state capitol since the early 1990s.

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