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eBook Mystery of the Blinking Eye (Trixie Belden) ePub

by Kathryn Kenny

  • ISBN: 0603003079
  • Category: Mysteries and Detectives
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Kathryn Kenny
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dean & Son, Ltd (January 1982)
  • Pages: 186
  • ePub book: 1109 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1760 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 612

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The Trixie Belden Series was published from 1948-1986. The first six books were written by Julie Campbell. The book was a lovely period tour of lively, engaged teens enjoying the sights of the big City, punctuated periodically by the mystery.

The Trixie Belden Series was published from 1948-1986. Various other authors under the pen name Kathryn Kenny wrote the rest of the series. One person found this helpful. New York City and its landmarks are lovingly presented, and the scenes related to the mystery are exciting. All the Bob-Whites get to attend the adventure for once, making it a group of ten teenagers!

Everyone should read Trixie Belden books. They are very well written and keep young people's attention as they read. The book was a lovely period tour of lively, engaged teens enjoying the sights of the big City, punctuated periodically by the mystery

Everyone should read Trixie Belden books. All the Bob-Whites get to attend the adventure for once, making it a group of ten teenagers!

The first six books were written by Julie Campbell.

This time, Trixie, her BFF Honey Wheeler, and the entire Bob-White Club take a trip to New York City. This is a special trip for the gang.

Where shines a beacon 'cross the sky, Beware, great danger lurks close by. Thus begins the strange prophecy that launches Trixie and the Bob-Whites on another adventure.

Trixie Belden is a series of 'girl detective' mysteries written between 1948 and 1986. The first six books were written by Julie Campbell Tatham. The following titles were written by various in-house writers of Western Publishing under the. The following titles were written by various in-house writers of Western Publishing under the pseudonym "Kathryn Kenny. In 2003, Random House re-issued the first four books of the series. he Secret of the Mansion (1948).

An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works

An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works. I've been writing some case fic, mostly with Trixie and Jupiter, but because a lot of it is being done for prompts, there are also plenty of fluffy little ficlets accumulating that I wanted to collect all in one place-this is that place. If you're interested in reading the series from the beginning, the first story is "The Guy in the Baby Blue Hearse". Chapter One: Trixie Belden and Jupiter Jones-finding something interesting in a stack of old newspapers.

Published by Whitman Publishing C. 2004. Condition: Good Hardcover. Bibliographic Details. Title: Trixie Belden and the Mystery of the. From Books Express (Portsmouth, NH, . Price: US$ 9. 0 Convert Currency. Publisher: Whitman Publishing Co. Publication Date: 2004.

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The citizens of Sleepyside are divided by the proposed expansion of the International Pine Company into the game preserve and two newcomers to town are adding fuel to the fire.

by Kathryn Kenny · Paul Frame. After a Mexican fortune-teller slips a strange Spanish poem into her purse, Trixie and the Bob-Whites find themselves in the middle of a New York City mystery. The citizens of Sleepyside are divided by the proposed expansion of the International Pine Company into the game preserve and two newcomers to town are adding fuel to the fire. One of them is Mr. Maypenny's long lost nephew; the second is a social activis. The Mystery of the Velvet Gown (Trixie Belden 29). by Kathryn Kenny.

Author : Kathryn Kenny The ghost writer of this book is unknown, but could McDonnell have written this? .

Author : Kathryn Kenny The ghost writer of this book is unknown, but could McDonnell have written this? She did her nurse's training in New York. First Published : 1962.

Comments

Dominator Dominator
The Mystery of the Blinking Eye is the 12th book in the Trixie Belden Mystery series. This time, Trixie, her BFF Honey Wheeler, and the entire Bob-White Club take a trip to New York City. This is a special trip for the gang. They are meeting Ned, Bob and Barbara at the airport. They met the three at Happy Valley Farm in Iowa during Easter break, and now they are traveling to NYC to spend time with the Bob-Whites! Dan Mangan, newest member of the group, is also along for the trip. The group will be staying at the Wheeler's NYC apartment while the 10 teenagers enjoy the city. While still in the airport, Trixie spots an older woman who appears upset. She approaches and asks if she can help. The Mexican woman explains she has had trouble in the city and has to return home, but she isn't sure where to go to get on her flight. Trixie helps her. Before the woman boards her plane, she thanks Trixie, giving her a hastily scribbled note and a colorful straw purse as a gift. Later when she looks inside the purse, there is a small little wooden idol statue. Then she opens the note, the Mexican woman was a fortune teller and gave Trixie a poem that reads like a riddle. Clues in the poem start coming true.....and strange men start trying to steal the purse and her idol. What's going on?? Is the statue cursed? Or is this a mystery for the Bob-Whites to solve?

This adventure for the group in NYC was fun to read! The kids are having fun touring New York, and trying to figure out why strange people seem to want the ugly little statue the woman gave Trixie in the airport. Dan Mangan is back in action, after several books where he didn't figure into the story. I was glad that the newest Bob-White got to go on this trip with everyone. The kids from Happy Valley Farm blended well with the usual main characters. The suspense in the story was entertaining and fun....and not too scary for kids to enjoy the story. Another fun visit with the kids from Sleepyside, NY!

The Trixie Belden Series was published from 1948-1986. The first six books were written by Julie Campbell. Various other authors under the pen name Kathryn Kenny wrote the rest of the series.
watchman watchman
a child hood favorite
Ubranzac Ubranzac
Item was as described and arrived on time.
Gabar Gabar
Everyone should read Trixie Belden books. They are very well written and keep young people's attention as they read. I highly recommend them!
Ydely Ydely
Of course this is my favourite Trixie Belden book and it came in wonderful condition. It took me to such a simpler time in our country when people while different still managed to be nice and get along.
Modar Modar
The Bob-Whites welcome their Iowa friends, folk-singing twins Bob and Barbara Hubbell, and smart Ned Schulz, for a week in New York City. While waiting for the Iowa kids to arrive, Trixie assists a lost Mexican woman who writes out a fortune in Spanish for her before Trixie successfully gets her on the plane. Later, Miss Trask translates the fortune – into rhyme – and the cryptic prophecies eventually all come true, but only in hindsight.

At a nearby curio shop, Trixie buys an inexpensive little wooden figurine as a souvenir, which causes thieves to be chasing them for no clear reason but that they want the idol back. The thieves are presented inconsistently throughout the book, to the point that Mart suggests they’re bumbling amateurs, yet they turn out to be quite menacing.

The book was a lovely period tour of lively, engaged teens enjoying the sights of the big City, punctuated periodically by the mystery. New York City and its landmarks are lovingly presented, and the scenes related to the mystery are exciting. All the Bob-Whites get to attend the adventure for once, making it a group of ten teenagers! Trixie is as nosy and impulsive as ever, but the other Bob-Whites have her back.

I read the Deluxe edition, which illustrates the teens looking like conservative college students. I quite enjoyed this book, as much for how it shows how teenagers can have fun together as for the nominal mystery.
Landarn Landarn
I've always loved this book in the series. Early on Trixie is engaged in a mystery when she helps an elderly Mexican lady find her plane. She hastily scribbles a fortune written in verse and soon Trixie is learning that the prose is coming true. When I first read this book, I tried to decipher the message myself and figure out what scenario Trixie would get involved in based on the poem. I really felt as if I was pulled into the mystery this way.

There is danger involved in this title, as well as a criminal mystery...often, the mysteries Trixie gets involved with are not always criminal in nature. This is definitely a favorite of mine in the series.