By Ann Hood
Ann Hood’s pleasant old sequence keeps with one in all America’s nice lady heroes!
Great-Uncle Thorne sends Maisie, Felix, and the Ziff twins on a deadly journey again in time during the Treasure Chest and into the Congo to discover Amy Pickworth, Thorne’s lacking aunt. while Maisie and Felix get separated from the twins, they use the magic of The Treasure Chest and locate themselves in early twentieth-century Kansas with a tender woman named Amelia Earhart.
Every Treasure Chest book includes a biography of the featured ancient determine besides Ann’s favourite proof from her study!
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Charlie's blushing," she said heartlessly. Charlotte looked into the air, into the sun- strong sky, rather than look at the boy. She was sad be- 33 cause she knew would go with Emma, and that today he because she thought he laughed at her. But he only a morning! Emma said, Two "Cheer up! " way down to the school, her crossness over, but Charlotte watched the boy his strangeness far more way his nose sprang a beak, his bright, straight and saw than she had done the clearly How day before when knowing him was new.
No si- I one everything by grown-up discovery, so they went home on happily of flight. their feet not talking but thinking | Never had children hurried so eating their breakfast on Saturday. " They were up and Emma out before nine. Charlotte and that they were going GozzUng with Maggot, and their to play grandfather Elijah said: told Miss fed and "Oh the peacock child," yes, absent-mindedly stroking his lock of hair before going off to a By morning's astrology in his study. half-past nine they were ered on the short tough grass, all still on the Downs, gathwet.
They shouted and chattered sparrow-like again, "Isn't What are we going to do? Where shall boy was stern. first learner They had they must be careful and lence. They wanted to all hills that they Saturday to meet till above the remember their grew solemn and promised spoil felt and was proud. But the to wait and plan together, on the super ? " Charlotte chattered with the rest: she respected her as the it all village. And promise of again. No si- I one everything by grown-up discovery, so they went home on happily of flight.
Amelia Earhart: Lady Lindy (The Treasure Chest, Book 8) by Ann Hood