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Walt Disney\'s Annette: Mystery at Medicine Wheel
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Walt Disney's Annette: Mystery at Medicine Wheel

By Meyers, Barlow

Enjoyable little romp with Annette as she serves out her summer punishment (for buying a prom dress at too pricey a cost) working on a Wyoming ranch. Stereotypical, rather odd, a portrayal of John the Native American ranch hand. Otherwise, it's a typical Whitman series mystery with lots of horses thrown in! Excellent copy of a very rare out-of-print children's book. A mild light mustard coloring on pages but a tight and very good copy of this book. Bo tears or marring.

$100.00

Donna Parker: Mystery at Arawak
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Donna Parker: Mystery at Arawak

By Martin, Marcia

After her exciting trip to California, Donna takes a job as a junior counselor at Camp Arawak for the remainder of her summer. At first Donna finds camp life hard - Arawak is very different from Cherrydale, she does not know anyone, her charges are diverse and lively, and her senior counselor seems to be hiding something. However, Donna soon gets accustomed to camp life, meeting new friends, taking on new tasks, and helping run the Drama department at the camp. Whilst different from Cherrydale, Arawak has its share of mysteries, and it does not take long for Donna to get caught up in some strange events.Mild mustard coloring on pages but an excellent tight and clear copy of the book. A very rare book and a wonderful read.

$75.00

Donna Parker: A Spring to Remember
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Donna Parker: A Spring to Remember

By Levin, Marcia

Its springtime in Summerfield and Donna is enjoying her last term at Summerfield Junior High. With a diary full of dates with former class President, Richard White, an invitation to be a bridesmaid in New York, a trip to Hollywood on offer, and final exams, Donna is on cloud nine, but one sad event will change her whole outlook as well as changing Ricky's life forever. An excellent rare book and wonderful read! Mild mustard to the pages but a clean and excellent copy.

$75.00

Donna Parker Special Agent
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Donna Parker Special Agent

By Levin, Marcia

The summer is over and it is time for Donna and Ricky to return to Summerfield Junior High. Donna and Ricky go their separate ways more often as Ricky pursues her dramatic talents whilst Donna joins the school newspaper, quickly becoming elected as assistant editor. Things take a turn for the mysterious when her long-lost uncle appears in Summerfield, her friend, Tommy Sheridan, thinks he is being spied on, Donna's friends begin to ignore her, and a strange character, Mr. Brown, is employed at Summerfield Junior High. Little does Donna realize that an exciting trip to New York City will reunite her with old friends and solve all of the mysteries.Excellent copy of a very rare book. Mild mustarding to the pages but a clean and excellent copy of this book. A great read!

$75.00

Donna Parker at Cherrydale
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Donna Parker at Cherrydale

By Levin, Marcia

Donna and Ricky take jobs as junior counselors at Camp Cherrydale, a summer camp for young children run by Dr and Mrs Duvall. As junior counselors, Donna and Ricky immerse themselves in camp life, enjoying meeting new people, getting to know their young charges, running activities and soaking up the lovely surroundings of the camp. However, camp life is not all fun and games. Donna's senior counselor, Bunny, is acting very strangely, Dr. and Mrs. Duvall seem to be hiding something, Nancy, a young girl from Summerfield, is causing problems at the camp, and a mysterious house in the nearby woods has Donna and Ricky intrigued. Very rare children's books. Excellent copy. Only mild mustarding to the pages but a wonderful read and add to any collection!

$75.00

The Happy Hollisters At Lizard Cove
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The Happy Hollisters At Lizard Cove

By West, Jerry

This series recounts the adventures of a young American middle-class family solving mysteries from their home on Pine Lake in the city of Shoreham (no state is ever provided). The Hollister family includes five children, their parents, a family of cats, a dog, and a burro. Pete is the oldest of the Hollister children and is 12 years old. Pam, or Pamela, is 10 years old and very adventurous. Ricky is a red-headed, rambunctious 7-year-old and Holly is a 6-year-old tomboy. The youngest is Sue, age 4. Their father, Mr. John Hollister, owns a general store named The Trading Post, where he sells hardware, sporting goods, and toys. Mrs. Elaine Hollister tries to help her children solve mysteries and is always ready with handy tips for solving cases. Joey Brill and Will Wilson appear as rivals of the Hollister family in most books. While not actually villains, they appear as obstacles and annoyances to the Hollisters' mystery-solving efforts in most plots. Usually, their disruptive actions are shown to be the result of lack of awareness, apathy, or indifference, rather than malicious motives.

$100.00

The Happy Hollisters On A River Trip
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The Happy Hollisters On A River Trip

By West, Jerry

This series recounts the adventures of a young American middle-class family solving mysteries from their home on Pine Lake in the city of Shoreham (no state is ever provided). The Hollister family includes five children, their parents, a family of cats, a dog, and a burro. Pete is the oldest of the Hollister children and is 12 years old. Pam, or Pamela, is 10 years old and very adventurous. Ricky is a red-headed, rambunctious 7-year-old and Holly is a 6-year-old tomboy. The youngest is Sue, age 4. Their father, Mr. John Hollister, owns a general store named The Trading Post, where he sells hardware, sporting goods, and toys. Mrs. Elaine Hollister tries to help her children solve mysteries and is always ready with handy tips for solving cases. Joey Brill and Will Wilson appear as rivals of the Hollister family in most books. While not actually villains, they appear as obstacles and annoyances to the Hollisters' mystery-solving efforts in most plots. Usually, their disruptive actions are shown to be the result of lack of awareness, apathy, or indifference, rather than malicious motives.

$100.00

The Happy Hollisters At Seagull Ranch
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The Happy Hollisters At Seagull Ranch

By West, Jerry

This series recounts the adventures of a young American middle-class family solving mysteries from their home on Pine Lake in the city of Shoreham (no state is ever provided). The Hollister family includes five children, their parents, a family of cats, a dog, and a burro. Pete is the oldest of the Hollister children and is 12 years old. Pam, or Pamela, is 10 years old and very adventurous. Ricky is a red-headed, rambunctious 7-year-old and Holly is a 6-year-old tomboy. The youngest is Sue, age 4. Their father, Mr. John Hollister, owns a general store named The Trading Post, where he sells hardware, sporting goods, and toys. Mrs. Elaine Hollister tries to help her children solve mysteries and is always ready with handy tips for solving cases. Joey Brill and Will Wilson appear as rivals of the Hollister family in most books. While not actually villains, they appear as obstacles and annoyances to the Hollisters' mystery-solving efforts in most plots. Usually, their disruptive actions are shown to be the result of lack of awareness, apathy, or indifference, rather than malicious motives.

$100.00

The Bobbsey Twins and the Mystery At Snow Lodge
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The Bobbsey Twins and the Mystery At Snow Lodge

By Hope, Laura Lee

After an unlikely encounter with Mr. Carford, the twins learn he used to run the now-closed Snow Lodge. They learn from their father that Mr. Carford used to live at the Snow Lodge with his nephew, Dave until a large sum of money went missing. Mr. Carford accused Dave of stealing the money, but Mr. Bobbsey knows that isn't true. Can the twins discover what really happened to the missing money and reunite the lonely Mr. Carford with his nephew? this is an excellent copy of this rare book. the pages are crisp and white. The book is unmarked and unspoiled.

$150.00

The Bobbsey Twins Of Lakeport
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The Bobbsey Twins Of Lakeport

By Hope, Laura Lee

The Bobbsey Twins are the principal characters of what was, for many years, the Stratemeyer Syndicate's longest-running series of American children's novels, penned under the pseudonym Laura Lee Hope. The first of 72 books was published in 1904, the last in 1979, with a separate series of 30 books published from 1987 through 1992. The books related the adventures of the children of the upper-middle-class Bobbsey family, which included two sets of fraternal twins: Nan and Bert, who were 12 years old, and Flossie and Freddie, who were six.

$150.00

The Bobbsey Twins In A Radio Play
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The Bobbsey Twins In A Radio Play

By Hope, Laura Lee

The Bobbsey Twins are the principal characters of what was, for many years, the Stratemeyer Syndicate's longest-running series of American children's novels, penned under the pseudonym Laura Lee Hope. The first of 72 books was published in 1904, the last in 1979, with a separate series of 30 books published from 1987 through 1992. The books related the adventures of the children of the upper-middle-class Bobbsey family, which included two sets of fraternal twins: Nan and Bert, who were 12 years old, and Flossie and Freddie, who were six. The price has been discounted to reflect some light browning in pages and small tear on outer spine of the book which is easily repairable. Excellent copy of the book and no way hindered in being easy and enjoyable read and collected.

$150.00

The Bobbsey Twins On The Pony Trail
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The Bobbsey Twins On The Pony Trail

By Hope, Laura Lee

Gypsies, ponies and another mystery for the twins to solve.

$150.00

The Bobbsey Twins Own Little Railroad
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The Bobbsey Twins Own Little Railroad

By Hope, Laura Lee

The Bobbsey Twins series was published by Grosset and Dunlap from 1908 until 1979. The original Bobbsey Twins series lasted for 72 titles. The series was written by several authors under the pseudonym of Laura Lee Hope. The first publishers of the Bobbsey Twins were Mershon and Chatterton-Peck before Grosset and Dunlap took over in 1908. In 1979, new titles were published in softcover under the Wanderer imprint by Simon and Schuster.

$150.00

the Bobbsey Twins In Rainbow Valley
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the Bobbsey Twins In Rainbow Valley

By Hope, Laura Lee

The Bobbsey Twins series was published by Grosset and Dunlap from 1908 until 1979. The original Bobbsey Twins series lasted for 72 titles. The series was written by several authors under the pseudonym of Laura Lee Hope. The first publishers of the Bobbsey Twins were Mershon and Chatterton-Peck before Grosset and Dunlap took over in 1908. In 1979, new titles were published in softcover under the Wanderer imprint by Simon and Schuster.

$150.00

The Bobbsey Twins At Cherry Corners
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The Bobbsey Twins At Cherry Corners

By Hope, Laura Lee

A vacation turns into an investigation of a haunted school house and a chase after a kidnapped monkey. An excellent copy of this first edition book.

$150.00

The Bobbsey Twins On A Houseboat
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The Bobbsey Twins On A Houseboat

By Hope, Laura Lee

Bert had almost reached the galley when he heard a bang not far away. Was someone else up at this time of the night? Bert listened, flashing his light around, but there were no footsteps. What had caused the mysterious sound?

$150.00

The Bobbsey Twins
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The Bobbsey Twins

By Hope, Laura Lee

The Bobbsey Twins are the principal characters of what was, for many years, the Stratemeyer Syndicate's longest-running series of American children's novels, penned under the pseudonym Laura Lee Hope. The first of 72 books was published in 1904, the last in 1979, with a separate series of 30 books published from 1987 through 1992. The books related the adventures of the children of the upper-middle-class Bobbsey family, which included two sets of fraternal twins: Nan and Bert, who were 12 years old, and Flossie and Freddie, who were six.

$150.00

The Bobbsey Twins and Their Camel Adventure
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The Bobbsey Twins and Their Camel Adventure

By Hope, Laura Lee

When the Bobbseys arrive in Egypt to receive an antique horse for a museum, it disappears, as well as a trusted servant and a racing camel. The mystery is solved in the shadow of the pyramids. this is an excellent copy with clean, white pages. There is no soiling, marring, tearing, or foxing on the book.

$150.00

Adventure In The Country
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Adventure In The Country

By Hope, Laura Lee

The Bobbsey Twins take a trip to visit their aunt, uncle, and cousins at their farm in Meadowbrook where they get to attend the local auction and explore the countryside. When their cousins' prized bull goes missing, the twins search for clues to find the bull and catch the thieves! Clean and tight copies with no tears, marring, or discoloration of any kind. Pages crisp and white.

$150.00

The Bobbsey Twins On A Bicycle Trip
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The Bobbsey Twins On A Bicycle Trip

By Hope, Laura Lee

The twins take a bicycle camping trip in order to solve the cases of the missing cat and missing bugle.

$150.00

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