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The Case of the Flying Saucer
Cece and Dee Dee investigate the strange lights and sounds coming from the field behind their house. Dee Dee is convinced a flying saucer has landed and wants to contact the aliens. Cece is convinced her sister has lost her mind. Along with disappearing for periods of time, she stays in trouble (and gets Cece in trouble as well). Can Cece solve the mystery? What are those ...more
ebook, 111 pages
(first published September 20th 2010)
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Funny enjoyable children book. I was laughing from the beginning, Dee Dee and CeCe two sisters with a wild imagination, but is it? They hear noises and see lights, was it what they think it is? The trouble these girls get into made this book funny, especially when their new neighbors enter the story. There was a part the girls mother was tired, and the girls said, 'We know Mom, When he's cranky (their infant brother), it makes your job harder. And you're not looking for a harder job. You want it ...more
I must admit this was not what I was expecting. There are no aliens here, although the author builds up some nice tension. Instead this is the story of two sisters who solve a mystery in their neighborhood. What is causing that strange noise, and the lights in the night? Why are the new neighbors so grumpy? What's going on with Dee Dee? This is a fun mystery that would appeal to the"Boxcar Children" crowd. Much of the story is carried through dialogue, and the author does a nice job handling tha ...more
Mandy Broughton loves to read. Whether traveling or not, Mandy has a book in her hand and two more in a bag. She gravitates towards mysteries but enjoys science fiction and a good historical novel as well. In libraries and bookstores, Mandy tries to stay in areas appropriate for her age. This is not always possible as she tends to find herself with more middle grade and young adult novels upon lea ...more
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