Who is Stealing the Twelve Days of Christmas?

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Holiday House, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 200 pages
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Every Christmas since Alex can remember, his family and neighbors have filled their front yards with decorations from each of the twelve days mentioned in the song ""The Twelve Days of Chirstmas."" But this year someone is stealing them one by one. Alex is determined to solve this caper, but will he be able to do it in time to save the twelve days of Christmas?

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User Review  - kconcannon - LibraryThing

I like mysteries. I like mysteries a lot. This one, not a mystery that you could solve on your own. Well, you could figure out who had done it, but not necessarily how or why. And that's what makes it ... Read full review

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Im reading it now but i hope it gets better

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About the author (2003)

Martha Freeman is known for her humorous novels for children and young adults, including "The Trouble with Cats", "The Trouble with Babies", "Fourth Grade Weirdo", and "The Year My Parents Ruined My Life", about which Publishers Weekly said, "[Freeman's] personable characters, dry sense of humor and understanding of the adolescent mind are sure to draw a tidal wave of fans." She lives in State College, Pennsylvania, with her family. www.marthafreeman.com.

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