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The Mystery of the Jubilee Emerald

The Mystery of the Jubilee Emerald

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by Gary Wassner, Adam Gustavson
     
 

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One day after school, Cristopher and Erica have an encounter with a weird red-headed stranger. Little do they know that the strange meeting is just the first in a series of events that leads them into an old, unsolved mystery right in Cristopher’s backyard.

Will their sense of adventure lead them into dangerous territory? And why does that stranger

Overview

One day after school, Cristopher and Erica have an encounter with a weird red-headed stranger. Little do they know that the strange meeting is just the first in a series of events that leads them into an old, unsolved mystery right in Cristopher’s backyard.

Will their sense of adventure lead them into dangerous territory? And why does that stranger seem so familiar?

See if you can piece together the clues as Cris and Erica try to solve the mystery of the missing Jubilee Emerald.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012221445
Publisher:
Mondo
Publication date:
02/02/2011
Series:
The Adventures of Cristopher and Erica , #1
Sold by:
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
9 MB
Age Range:
6 - 8 Years

Meet the Author

Gary Wassner was born in New York City on January 8, 1952. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Harpur College of Arts and Sciences with a Masters Degree in Philosophy with a concentration in ethics and 19th Century Continental Philosophy.

Wassner resides in New York with his wife Cathy. He has three sons, Brien, Christopher and Cole, two daughters in law, Mary and Lauren and four dogs, Kiefer, Zoe Rose, Diesel and Marilyn Monroe.

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Mystery of the Jubilee Emerald 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this book to my niece and nephews last week, and they loved it - the only downside being that they were never going to go to sleep until it was finished, and being a book of some substance, it is over a hundred pages long! Still another point in its favour is that I was not bored at all while reading it to them, and if I were to review a lot of the other children's books I read to them, I couldn't say the same for them, so pick this up if you have a chance, and enjoy some good old-fashioned innocent adventure for all the family.