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The Boxcar Children (The Boxcar Children, No. 1) (The Boxcar Children Mysteries) Paperback – January 1, 1989
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Children's NOTES Boxcar Children Redux Two titles mark a landmark anniversary of a classic series. The first, The Boxcar Children 60th Anniversary Edition by Gertrude Chandler Warner, illus. by L. Kate Deal, contains the original text, with an introduction by Barbara Elleman, as well as a brief biography of the author, b&w photos and "An Open Letter to Children Who Ask How I Happened to Write The Boxcar Children," all contained in a handsomely designed volume. (Sept)
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"An impeccable production of a compelling story..." --Publishers Weekly --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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My husband and I often read to our grandchildren in order to assist them with their reading assignments. I recalled this story and decided to download it onto my Kindle so we could read it to them. What a marvelous story of children who persevered during some hard times, stuck together, and finally found family. Divine providence was with them. From a child's perspective, I believe these types of stories encourage children to realize - one doesn't have to be wealthy to manage in life, one doesn't have to lose hope, there are some nice people along the way who will lend a helping hand and life can have a happy ending.
I have been looking for books to read to my grandchildren and grand nieces and nephews. This book fills the bill nicely. The chapters are not lengthy. The book is not lengthy. The words are all comprehensible for a grade school child.