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Hidden Paperback – August 29, 2007
Gravity Falls: Journal 3
Journal 3 brims with every page ever seen on the show plus all-new pages with monsters and secrets, notes from Dipper and Mabel, and the Author's full story. Hardcover
From the Back Cover
Twelve-year-old Fiona is less than thrilled about having to travel with her parents to clean out her recently deceased grandmother's home. But when she discovers that there may be something valuable buried among the clutter, she uncovers a deadly secret--and much more! What else is hidden among the piles of "boring, old junk" that her grandparents left behind?
Dotti Enderle is the author of seventeen books for children and educators, including The Cotton Candy Catastrophe at the Texas State Fair, a 2005 Texas Golden Spur Award nominee published by Pelican. Also a professional storyteller, Ms. Enderle loves spending time at schools and libraries. A member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Authors Guild, and Writers League of Texas, Ms. Enderle lives with her family in Houston, Texas.
About the Author
Top Customer Reviews
"You can learn a lot from dead people. You just have to know where to look," says twelve-year-old Fiona, the day after her grandmother's funeral. She's none too happy about being recruited by her mother to help sort through Grandma's worldly possessions. That is, until underneath the drawer of an old cash register, Fiona finds an intriguing anniversary card to Millie from Don, with a strange message about having found "a new hiding place." A new hiding place for what?
Unable to draw her mother or dad into the mystery, she turns to a newfound friend named Eugene who seems to appear at the drop of a hat, and disappear just as quickly, especially when Fiona wants to introduce him to her parents. They work together to interpret the clues hoping a valuable treasure will be found. The mystery turns deadly when Grandma's house is broken in to and searched, or as Fiona observes; It looks like the house puked.
Hidden is a real page-turner. I know that's an overused expression, but I couldn't stop reading! A very enjoyable story for 8-12 and beyond. This adult reader enjoyed it immensely. Dotti Enderle's writing is funny, family-friendly, descriptive and concise. No words are wasted in this 'tween mystery. T. Kyle Gentry's illustrations are an added bonus. I'd recommend it for all.
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WOOF: Women Only Over Fifty
Happy Anniversary, Millie! For better or worse.
October 11, 1945
(symbols that my keyboard won't reproduce)
P.S. To be on the safe side, I've found a new hiding place.
Fiona instantly believes that there is a secret treasure to be found and she starts to look for it. She tries deciphering those symbols with the help of Eugene, a boy her age is appears and disappears with uncanny regularity. He has lots of great suggestions and the hunt is on.
Along with the treasure hunt, Fiona is busy trying to help her parents pack up, trying to figure out the creepy attorney, and learning more about her family history.This book gets a little dicey in the end. My 7 year old said it didn't scare her, but Fiona is in brief peril and if you have a child that will be bothered by that, I wouldn't recommend this book. Otherwise, it is a great read and full of fun twists and turns!
I recommend it for fans of Joan Lowery Nixon, Lois Duncan and Sammy Keyes mysteries. This slim book is packed full of exciting mystery. Enjoy reading!