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The House In The Snow

3.55 of 5 stars 3.55  ·  rating details  ·  56 ratings  ·  11 reviews
When Benjamin meets Mackie in the woods, he discovers Mackie is one of eight boys enslaved in a hideaway to serve robbers. Can nine young boys outwit 20 invisible robbers with guns and knives? 10 halftones.
Paperback, 132 pages
Published February 1st 1990 by Scholastic (first published January 1st 1987)
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Currently reading this to the kids... They seem to like it, though I am a bit preoccupied with the way the author throws the word "demons" around. I think this story uses the Invisibility Cloak idea before Harry Potter.
It's like one of the games I played as kid, but written as a story. An awesome tribute to a boy's imagination.
Micah Eaton
It's been a year since I've read "The house in the snow" and I can still see everything that happened in that book because of how well it's sensory details are.

I didn't read this book the first time I saw it. I put it down the first few attempts I gave it too. Once I read past page seven, I couldn't put it down. It felt like I knew every kid in the book, and I could really relate to them.

I would give this book to anybody who enjoys good writing and illustration, but mainly to anyone who loves
After receiving a bunch of used books for children/youth, I decided to read them before recommending them to my grandchildren. This one was terrible! I don't know what was worse - the story itself or the way it was written. Plus, it had a ridiculous conclusion!
A great mystery about two young boys and their adventure that takes place in "The house and the snow". The only thing I don't like about this book is the reference to beer several times in the book.
I loved this book so much I read it twice! (I was about 10 years old). Really good, mystery for school age kids. This came out waaay before Harry Potter and used the invisibility clock first!
David Shamo
Short read, and very good read. a must read if you have not as of yet.
Kenneth S. 8 Reading
It was great. One of my favorite books of all time.
Kay C.
In 3rd grade this was my all-time favorite book.
I've read this book countless times. Love it.
A fun but forgettable story.
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