Mystery in Arizona

Mystery in Arizona

eBook - 2004
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While spending Christmas break at an Arizona dude ranch, Trixie and the Bob-Whites work to solve several mysteries--a phony cowboy, disappearing staff, and puzzling cries in the night.
Publisher: New York : Random House, [2004]
Edition: 1st Random House ed
ISBN: 9780307808745
0307808742
Branch Call Number: DOWNLOADABLE eBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource (260 p.) : ill
Additional Contributors: Koelsch, Michael
Stevens, Mary

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JanPruatt
Jul 29, 2016

This is the sixth in the Trixie Belden series written originally by Julie Campbell. Check out the additional 33 books by authors with the pen name Kathryn Kenny.

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JanPruatt
Jul 15, 2016

JanPruatt thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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JanPruatt
Jul 15, 2016

The last of the Julie Campbell books though not the series, Trixie and the Bob-Whites of the Glen (BWGs) venture to Arizona to visit Di’s real Uncle Monty. As part of getting to go, Trixie must be tutored by Jim and Brian in English and Math so she’ll be ready to pass the mid-terms. Though, of course, a mystery or two get in the way of Trixie’s homework away from home, she manages, under Jim and Brian’s tutelage to work her way through and come out feeling good about her progress. And the mysteries tend to solve themselves. The BWGs help Uncle Monty out when the help quit and through their efforts engage other guests to participate in aiding the endeavor and also become happier in the process. Great pulling together of clues and characters. Nice way to end the six stories over a six month period of adventurous time. And lots of information about Arizona and Tucson area and history of the natives – both Mexican and Navahos.

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JanPruatt
Jul 15, 2016

In the awful silence that followed Uncle Monty's offer, Trixie died a thousand deaths, but somehow managed to say, "We'd love the job, Uncle Monty. All of us would."

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