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El rancho del misterio (Spanish Edition)

El rancho del misterio (Spanish Edition)


El rancho del misterio (Spanish Edition)

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4.5/5 (7 valoraciones)
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1 hora
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Publicado:
2 may 2017
ISBN:
9781621887119
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Henry, Jessie, Violet, y Benny Alden acaban de darse cuenta que tienen una Tía Jane que no le ha hablado a su abuelo en años. Los niños están pasando el verano en el oeste en un rancho de Tia Jane. En camino las niñas ven a un “hombre misterioso.” ¿Podra él reveler un des cubremiento asombroso del rancho que hara todo cambiar? Esté juego incluye la versión de la historia en español y inglés.
Editorial:
Publicado:
2 may 2017
ISBN:
9781621887119
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Sobre el autor

Gertrude Chandler Warner grew up in Putnam, Connecticut. She wrote The Boxcar Children because she had always dreamed about what it would be like to live in a caboose or a freight car—just as the Aldens do. When readers asked for more adventures, Warner wrote more books—a total of nineteen in all. After her death, other authors have continued to write stories about Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny Alden, and today The Boxcar Children® series has more than one hundred books.


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  • (4/5)
    Reason for Reading: This is part of my Random Bookshelf Reading project. I'm also working on re-reading this series and collecting the first 19.This book takes a small turn from the formula of the first three. First the boxcar is not mentioned at all, not even in reminiscences of the past, and the children do not this time go off on their own and make do in the wilderness. First we see cousin Joe and Alice sent off to Europe for summer vacation on the first page. This allows the introduction of yet another new relative to the picture, this time it is Grandfather's sister, the children's "Aunt" Jane. First the girls go to visit this crotchety old lady and win over her heart and then the boys follow suit. Once again the mystery starts off with a mystery person, a stranger in town. Could he possibly be up to no good? Then three men try to buy off Aunt Jane's farm by telling her lies that the farm is worthless. Who are these suspicious men? The children set out to answer this mystery and end up finding another exciting mystery as well. Another fun, entertaining entry in the series.This one does show its age a little though with the discovery of Uranium on the farm. I know little of this mineral and after briefly reading about it find the story is quite naive in its treatment of the mining of such and that the ranch being on a Uranium deposit could possibly have been a health concern as would having a fireplace made out of Uranium. But I imagine in the 50's, Uranium was the "thing" what with it being the beging of the nuclear age and all. This is all irrelevant to the enjoyment of the story for children, though.
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    Yaaaawn. Form a parent perspective, this was the most boring of the Boxcar Children series yet. No suspenseful details, no mini-mystery, no tension. The kids seemed to like it, but what do they know?

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