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The Lighthouse Mystery, A Graphic Novel #14

by Joeming W Dunn (Adapted)

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The Alden children, who are spending the summer in a lighthouse on the New England coast, are disturbed by a mysterious woman walking the lighthouse grounds.

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This story is about a family who goes on a vacation to a lighthouse. Evey night their dog wakes up growling and they notice a unknown lady on the beach. So, they then start to put the pieces of the puzzle togather.

This is a very suspensful story, once you get started reading this you don't want to put it down. This a great book for all mystery lovers.

A fun activity to do with this story would be to have kids read part of the book then have them try to anticapte the ending. Also, they can read the book and write a report on it. ( )
  mildred981 | Nov 16, 2010 |
I really enjoyed reading the Boxcar Children. I enjoy mystery stories, and it was an interesting graphic novel with good pictures and coloring to go along with the story.

The Boxcar Childen face a mystery ahead of them. Jessie sees a mysterious woman walking on the lighthouse grounds late at night, and her dog Watch, wakes up growling every evening at midnight. Henry finds a suspicious note in the sand. So, the Aldens decide to stay in an old lighthouse and investigate a suspcious neighbor.

These are good examples of graphic novels, so the teacher can read these books when showing the different types of books a kid could pick up in a library. Also, the teacher could have a mystery day where the class makes up their own "clue" game, and try to solve the mystery like the Boxcar Children do.
  kyleejohnson | Nov 14, 2010 |
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