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The Tree House Detective Club

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The Walnut Street Detectives prove their worth to the neighborhood when they help foil a robbery.
Paperback, 48 pages
Published January 1st 1985 by Troll Communications
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Audrey Harlan
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This is a great chapter book for third graders. The children of the neighborhood are told that they have to tear their tree house down until the kids save the neighbors from a robbery.
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Norma Johnston was born in Ridgewood, New Jersey, USA, the only child of Marjorie (Pierce), a teacher and Charles Eugene Chambers Johnston, an engineer. She read voraciously--especially mysteries, to which her family was addicted. She was ducated at Ramsey public schools and Montclair State College, later studied acting at the American Theatre Wing and elsewhere, and received a teaching ...more
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