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Addie McCormick and the stolen statue

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Published by Harvest House in Eugene, OR .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mystery and detective stories.,
  • Friendship -- Fiction.,
  • Christian life -- Fiction.

  • About the Edition

    Prayer helps heal the broken friendship between Addie and Joey and their pal Nick, in time for the threesome to investigate the mystery of a missing statue.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesAddie McCormick and the stolen statue.
    StatementLeanne Lucas.
    SeriesAddie McCormick adventures ;, bk. #3
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.L96963 Add 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination143 p. ;
    Number of Pages143
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1722446M
    ISBN 101565070801
    LC Control Number92025919
    OCLC/WorldCa26502920

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The statue was made for her last movie and is one of her prize possessions. The movie star is good friends with Addie and her best friends Nick and Brian. The statue isn't stolen until page of the pages in the book, but by then This is book #3 in the Addie McCormick series for middle grade readers/5.

Get this from a library. Addie McCormick and the stolen statue. [Leanne Lucas] -- Prayer helps heal the broken friendship between Addie and Joey and their pal Nick, in time for the threesome to investigate the mystery of a missing statue.

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The Addie McCormick Adventures book series by Leanne Lucas includes books Addie McCormick and the Stranger in the Attic (An Addie Adventure Book, 1), Addie McCormick and the Mystery of the Scrapbook (Addie Adventure Series, Book 2), Addie McCormick and the Stolen Statue (Addie Mccormick Adventures, Book 3), and several more.

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The Third-Grade Detectives are looking forward to their field trip to a local art museum, where a priceless fifteenth-century statue of Joan of Arc is on loan from a Paris museum.

But when they arrive, they discover that the statue has been stolen. Merlin’s Third Graders are known as the Third Grade Detectives—with some hints from secret code clues and help from Mr.

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But when they arrive, they discover that the statue has been stolen. The police quickly find the statue—smashed into pieces and thrown in a dumpster.4/4(1). Stolen Children By: Peg Kehret Exposition Background Information Amy's dad died on his way to work in a car accident and she blames it on herself She also watches dogs for extra money Amy and her mother have had a very strong relationship since Amy's dad passed away.

Houge and. 'A cracking plot. a thrilling unexpected twist' Sunday Telegraph Life's a game - and someone's cheating. Meredith is a new girl at school.

An orphan, living with her elderly granny. She must be lonely - or so Carly thinks, trying to be nice. But sometimes nice doesn't work.

Sometimes people are worse than you could ever imagine. And Meredith has a secret - 5/5(1). Stolen is a beautiful novel, which will pick up your world and shake it so hard that you can never be sure of anything again. Set in a landscape so exotic and powerful that it becomes one of the main characters in the book, this story of a boy and girl delivers one compelling scene after and Gem will be in your head a long time/5().

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Schweitzer had stumbled into a project of the Central. A priceless sculpture has been stolen from the Capitol City Art Museum. But with insurance money to cover the theft and build a new education wing, no one is overly worried about getting the missing art back.

The only ones who seem concerned with solving the case are Clementine and her friends. Book Wizard; Stolen Children. By Peg Kehret.

Grades. Genre. Fiction. Amy learned a lot in her baby-sitting course — but not what to do if kidnappers show up. Armed with a weapon, two men take Amy and her three-year-old charge, Kendra, to a remote cabin in the woods. The book, A Stolen Life is written by survivor, Jaycee Dugard. She details her life from the day she was kidnapped till present day.

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An anonymous stranger seemed to have stolen her book, changed it. Sixteen-year-old Gemma, a British city-dweller, is abducted while on vacation with her parents and taken to the Australian outback, where she soon realizes that.

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Toombs (Gemma's Dad). A man who says he stole a book from a library 35 years ago has more than made up for it — by returning the restored book with the author's autograph inside.

The unnamed thief also sent a $ The original statue of Alfred Salter, before it was stolen, gazing at the statue of his daughter and her cat. Photo: Zefrog Three years after a statue was stolen in. Among the other books stolen were early works by Galileo, Isaac Newton, Leonardo da Vinci and a edition of Dante’s Divine Comedy.

Alessandro Meda Riquier, a rare book dealer, said a number Author: George Sandeman. The majority of book thieves are young, white males, and this is what they read. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Which was actually one of the most commonly stolen books long before the movie came out.

Various Selections from Ernest Hemingway, including A Moveable Feast and The Sun Also Rises. Jenny Crwys Williams looked at the top 17 books and titles that are stolen the most from Exclusive Books, on the Sam Cowen Show.

The Stolen Child audiobook, by Keith Donohue Audie Award winner. Changelings kidnap a seven-year-old boy and give him a new name and an ageless life, trapping him in childhood.

The changelings leave a duplicate child in his place. Haunted by memories, both boys search for the keys to who they were b 3/5.