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A Long Way from Welcome: A Mystery in ParisA Long Way from Welcome: A Mystery in Paris
Echo Lewis
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Too late, Maggie realized she was heading straight into a part of the city she had never seen before. There was no way she could correct her error. The museum guard plodded noisily after her. She tore around the nearest corner, raced down the block, turned right, and kept running. She ran alongside the Seine until she saw a bridge. Without a second's hesitation, she raced across it, bouncing off a group of startled merrymakers. On the other side, Maggie fought down the panic welling up in her throat. Where was she? A quick look back told her the guard was only a block behind, still pounding after her. A place to hide--that's what she needed. She rounded another corner, and spotted the iron gratings of closed shops and a painted Boulangerie sign above a blank window. She had instinctively taken a route that had circled toward home! She had to find a place to hide fast, before dead-ending herself in her own backyard. Intent more than ever on searching for a refuge, Maggie didn't see the little old lady until she crashed into her cart.
     

 
Alvin Fernald, Foreign TraderAlvin Fernald, Foreign Trader
Clifford B. Hicks
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Alvin Fernald's "Magnificent Brain" has a life of its own. In fact, somehow or other it has come up with the winning grand prize recipe in a candy-making contest-and no one, including Alvin, can figure out quite how it happened. Now, as guests of the Kitchenmate Appliance Company, Alvin, his friend Shoie, and his sister Daphne ("The Pest") take off for a whirlwind tour of Europe. Having just come to the edge of flunking a class in economics (Magnificent Brain, where were you?), Alvin is about to be given a practical-and perilous-lesson in international trade. Mystery, ingenuity-and, well bicycles-hilariously collide in this next book about Alvin by the former editor of Popular Mechanics Magazine, Clifford B. Hicks.
     

 

 

 

 

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