New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1964. Hardcover. Good. 178 pages; edge wear, corners bumped, spine cover split; The handwritten will of a deceased world-traveler is strange and mysterious. Its cryptic instructions are to deliver 'the valuable Aztec warrior to the rightful owner, a descendant of an Aztec warrior.' What is the valuable object and where is it? What is the name of the owner and where is he? Frank and Joe Hardy have only one slim clue to work with: the name of a complete stranger who can help find the answers
New York: Aladdin, 1994-09-01. Paperback. Good. 76 pages; edge wear, cover creased; In the tradition of the multimillion-copy Nancy Drew Mystery Stories, here is a dynamic, illustrated chapter book series for young readers ages 5-8. In this series opener, young readers come along with 8-year old Nancy Drew as she becomes a detective and solves her first mystery.
St. Louis: Lutheran Hour Ministries, 1997. Paperback. Good. 80 pages; cover creased, some edge wear;
Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1962. Hardcover. Good/Good. 156 pages; edge wear to extremities of boards and jacket; some creases, small edge tears in jacket; "Before his death on the Hubbards' Alberta ranch, old Barbed-Wire Jimmy told David Hubbard and his cousin Randy of his discovery of a lost silver mine, and of the curse the original owner put on it. The boys set off for the mountains but after wild animal attacks, unsavory cowboys menacing their passage, and a leg injury, the boys start thinking they should call it off and let the devil keep his lode.
American Girl Publishing Inc, 2005-03. Paperback. Near Fine. 181 pages; While their brownstone is being renovated, the O'Malley family moves to the top floor of Ravenscourt, a new "apartment-hotel." Samantha is excited until she learns there's a curse on the building's owner. Includes a tear-off bookmark on the back cover flap. Illustrations.
New York: Scholastic, 1992-02. Paperback. Near Fine. 121 pages; The Boxcar Children are working in a general store to help out a friend of Aunt Jane's. The nervous, secretive girl who also works there intrigues them, and when a strange man comes to the store asking about her, the children feel it's time to investigate.
New York: Bantam Books, 1996. First Edition. Trade Paperback. New. 0553542575 The Ghostwriter Team is getting frightening messages from a boy in the past. His town has been invaded by huge, menacing aliens from outer space who are trying to take over the world. Ghostwriter wants to help the boy, but traveling in time is sapping his strength. Can the Ghostwriter Team defeat huge, deadly aliens from another time? And if they can't, will time stop in the year 1938?
Scarborough, ON, Canada: HarperCollins Publishers Canada, Limited, 1996. Mass Market Paperback. New. 89 pages; An investigation into the kidnapping of his schoolmate leads young Tom Austen to the seedy Golden Boy Cafe and an unexpected encounter with a desperate criminal. After getting one step too close to the kidnappers, Tom is taken prisoner and needs all of his wits to survive.
Middletown, CT: Weekly Reader Books, 1983. Mass Market Paperback. Fair. 124 p. edge wear, some creasing to the cover. Steve's investigati on of a haunted house that seems to be in use involves him with criminals who think he knows too much.