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Theft at George Eastman House

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Mrs. Levine's fifth grade students are learning about photography and George Eastman, the founder of Eastman Kodak Co. They progress from one misadventure to another as they experience the different stages of photography from sun prints to film. When they take a field trip to the George Eastman House Museum and Mr. Eastman's former home, things turn serious when Steven, a ...more
Hardcover, 104 pages
Published May 1st 2009 by North Country Books (first published 2009)
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Karen Arendt
Dec 05, 2010 Karen Arendt rated it it was amazing
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i enjoyed this story more than The Ghost of Charlotte Lighthouse. I liked learning about George Eastman. The manner in which the students solve them mystery was fun to see.
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Sally Valentine is a native Rochesterian, who has been both a student and a teacher in the Rochester City School District. She was inspired to write The Ghost of the Charlotte Lighthouse after reading a series of mystery novels by Margaret Truman Daniels that are each set in a different historic site in Washington D.C. She wants the children of Rochester to have a series of books like that to help ...more
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