The Hooded Hawk Mystery (Hardy Boys, Book 34)

By Franklin W. Dixon The younger detectives obtain a knowledgeable peregrine falcon as a present that comprises them in an exhilarating secret. think their astonishment while the swift-flying falcon brings down a homing pigeon wearing useful rubies! Startling occasions that occur point out the gem stones are a ransom that [...]

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The Wailing Siren Mystery (Hardy Boys, No. 30)

Stuck of their motorboat the Sleuth by way of a surprising typhoon at sea, Frank and Joe Hardy are relieved to determine the lighting of a yacht. [...]

Shift

By Em Bailey Olive Corbett isn't really loopy. no longer anymore.  She obediently takes her meds and remains below the radar in school. [...]

The Great Airport Mystery (Hardy Boys, Book 9)

By Franklin W. Dixon Helpful digital components containing platinum are being stolen from shipments made through Stanwide Mining [...]

The Stone Idol / The Vanishing Thieves / The Outlaw's Silver (The Hardy Boys, 3 Vols.)

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The Mystery of Cabin Island (The Hardy Boys, Book 8)

By Franklin W. Dixon The Hardy boys locate themselves in a wintry weather event on a rock-bound island. Show description [...]

Mystery of Smugglers Cove (The Hardy Boys, Book 64)

By Franklin W. Dixon A portray is stolen, and the Hardy Boys are suspects. decided to discover the paintings, the younger detectives fly to [...]

Star Wars Trilogy (Return of the Jedi)

By Ryder Windham Many years in the past in a galaxy a ways, a long way away... A uprising makes its so much determined flow. A galaxy hangs [...]

Darkwing (Silverwing)

By Kenneth Oppel As the sunlight units at the time of the dinosaurs, a brand new international is left in its wake. . . .DuskHe on my own can [...]

Scene of the Crime (The Hardy Boys Casefiles #24)

By Franklin W. Dixon The Hardy brothers, Frank and Joe, are again for extra adventures during this tale. Show description [...]

The Little Bookroom

By Eleanor Farjeon In The Little Bookroom, Eleanor Farjeon mischievously tilts our workaday international to bare its wonders and follies. [...]