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The Mystery Horse(Boxcar Children Mystery Book #34) is by Gertrude Chandler Warner. The early chapter book series is a favorite with young readers of mystery books. Protagonists are the Alden children: Henry, Jessie, Violet, Benny. They are orphans who live with a loving grandfather.
In The Mystery Horse Book #34, the Boxcar Children visit Sunny Oaks. The brothers and sisters, detectives, are excited to visit a working farm. They plan to learn how to milk a cow, view other farm animals and drive a tractor.
On their independent farm trip, Grandfather remains home. Henry and his younger siblings discover a prized racehorse is missing. Where is the Morganís horse? The detectives have a new mystery to solve.
After following clues, the young detectives find the horse hidden in a stable. Who stole and hidden the horse?
The Alden Family/Boxcar Children Mysteries are about siblings who together face solve mysteries and have adventures with little adult supervision. Benny, his older brother and sisters are active, independent who love mysteries and helping others. The early chapter book is for kids between nine and twelve-years-old(Ages 9-12). Tween/Middle School students will love solving the mystery.
The Mystery House Boxcar Children Book #34 by Gertrude Chandler Warner
Boxcar Children Mystery Books 1-12 Gift Set
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Add to your child's reading repertoire by introducing books that reflect her interest. The Boxcar Children Mystery Books collection are for the child who loves mysteries. Encourage a child to begin reading a series. The child will seek the other books in the series on their own.
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Note: The Boxcar Children Books by Gertrude Chandler Warner are purchased with personal funds. Boxcar Children stories are available as graphic novels.