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Sherlock Holmes and the Orphanage Mystery

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The Caramel Tree Readers Level 6 is a delicious series of leveled readers for children ages 9 to 12. It contains a mix of classic story adaptations and new, original stories with approximately 7,000 words.



This level contains multiple genres, including fantasy, sci-fi, realistic fiction, horror/suspense, and wacky fiction. The range of written styles, from more formal langu
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Paperback, 60 pages
Published October 1st 2014 by Caramel Tree Readers
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Rena Sherwood
Delightful twist on Sherlock Holmes told through the eyes of two orphans who want to become Baker Street Irregulars. Sherlockians will immediately recognize what ACD story this mimics, but it's still worth a read. Some lovely illustrations with a Jeremy Brett-ish Holmes. Yes, this is for kids but this 45-year-old enjoyed it.
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