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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Enjoy a Little Mystery With Your History


So, it's 11:10 on New Year's Eve and my 6-year-old bookworm is reading to stay awake. She just finished Secrets on 26th Street by Elizabeth McDavid Jones. It's part of the American Girl History Mysteries series. She loved it and wanted to share her thoughts with you. Without further ado, here is the very first post by Miss Heather:
susans mother takes in a border that causes them terrible problems
AllI can say Is that it is a wonderful book. My favorite part was when each mystery was solved. I like susan I like it because its a mystery book.

6 comments:

  1. A book reviewer in the making. :-)

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  2. Absolutely! And a very stylish one at that. Love the picture!

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  3. I love the photo! and, I enjoyed the review as well.

    Happy New Year.

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  4. Your daughter is so cute! Love that she's reading with you at such a young age :)

    Happy New Year to you and your family!

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  5. What a great review Heather. Do you think Harmony would like it? She got a Kit Kitteradge book for Christmas, but I don't know if she has read it yet!

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  6. Hi Miss Heather, you are a very talented reviewer. Well done!

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