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The Eleventh Hour: A Curious Mystery Paperback – September 1, 1997
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Graeme Base used the buildings he saw during his travels through Africa, Asia, and Europe to design and decorate Horace's fantastic house. Astute readers may recognize Roman cathedrals, Scottish palaces, and stone carvings from India. Best of all, secreted in these walls are cryptic messages in Egyptian hieroglyphics, anagrams, and even Morse code to challenge the perceptive and deductive abilities of any reader "of tender years or long in tooth." The Eleventh Hour is a brilliant, rigorous, creative romp that no child (or adult) should miss. (All Ages) --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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This is a wonderful book. I've gifted it to every child in my life but their parents have enjoyed it just as much.Published 10 hours ago by Jennifer
Beautiful and so clever, I challenge all who read this to get it. For adults and children (youngsters will need some help).Published 1 month ago by Elizabeth S. Parshall
This book is one of my favorites. I read it as a child, and still haven't been able to figure out all the mysteries it holds. Read morePublished 1 month ago by laurajo06
Purchase was for my wife, she had not seen this book since she was a child and now we share the story with our kids.Published 2 months ago by Brad Parler
I loved this book as a child. I would solve the puzzle, put the book away for a while, rediscover it, and solve the puzzle all over again! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sal
best book from my childhood, great gift for little nephews and nieces!Published 3 months ago by Walle C
I had this as a kid and loved it. 20+ years later I got it for my daughter and she loves it. Its a fun and unique way to read a story.Published 3 months ago by Travis Sanders