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Vendor: Moody Publishers
Publication Date: 1998
Series: Sugar Creek Gang
This set includes books 25-30 in the Sugar Creek Gang Series: The Ghost Dog, The White Boat Rescue, The Brown Box Mystery, The Watermelon Mystery, The Trapline Thief, and The Blue Cow.
In The Ghost Dog, a fine pet funeral for the finest dog that ever lived in the Sugar Creek Gang territory kicks off this exciting adventure. But when Bill hears a mysterious dog howling in the middle of the night, he wonders if a ghost dog is roaming the woods. And later, in those same woods, strange lights in the sky cause the Gang to wonder if a UFO has come to visit. Solve these nighttime mysteries with the Sugar Creek Gang and discover the answer to this burning question: Will my pet be in heaven?
In The White Boat Rescue, the Vida Eterna fishing boat is racing up and down Sugar Creek and leaving excitement in its wake. John Fenwick, a missionary to Costa Rica, and his wife are spending a month in the new Sugar Creek missionary cabin. New rifles and fishing tackle boxes lead to some life-or-death adventures for Gang. Come along with the Sugar Creek Gang and learn the importance of swimming upstream with your life, rather than floating downstream like an old, dead fish.
In The Brown Box Mystery, two leather-jacketed motorcycle gang members ride into town and steer the Sugar Creek Gang into a dangerous adventure. Two mysterious boxes, one from Palm Tree Island and the other offering an anonymous reward, are at the heart of the mystery. Before it's solved, the Gang find themselves held hostage in Old Man Paddler's cabin. Join the Sugar Creek Gang as they see the love of a father in action, the kind that will track down a son who has gone astray.
In The Watermelon Mystery, a grocery store robbery occurs. Then, somebody steals Bill Collins's prize watermelon. There's thievery going on near Sugar Creek! And Bill is sure that the Till boys have something to do with it! Poetry and Bill start collecting clues. They find a map of Sugar Creek territory hidden in a floating watermelon and encounter strange happenings in the middle of the night. Join the Sugar Creek Gang as they learn not to jump to conclusions, for some things are not as they appear.
In The Trapline Thief, someone is stealing muskrats from Circus's traps. When the Sugar Creek Gang follows Circus's hunting dog, Old Jay, they discover much more than a raccoon trapped in a tree. This Indian Summer adventure includes Halloween pranks, a wild truck ride through an apple orchard, and some genuine fistfights. Everything isn't always as it appears to be on the surface as the Sugar Creek Gang learns that honesty is more than just the best policy... it's the way God commands us to live.
In The Blue Cow, Bill and Poetry catch the biggest fish ever to swim in Sugar Creek and then are nearly run over by a stampeding blue cow. Shorty Long's fence-crossing cow brings all kinds of adventures to the Sugar Creek Gang. Bill and Shorty mix it up several times, but a crisis with Shorty's blue cow brings the two boys together. Experience the power of prayer as Bill and his mother fight to save the life of Shorty's blue cow.
Mariann Roesler5 Stars Out Of 5WONDERFUL STORIESJune 13, 2013Mariann RoeslerQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5THE CONTENT OF THESE BOOKS IS GREAT FOR BOYS WHO ENJOY READING. THE MYSTERIES KEEP YOU WANTING TO READ MORE. MY GRANDSON ENJOYS THEM IMMENSELY. IT'S GREAT TO BE ABLE TO FIND WHOLESOME MATERIAL THAT IS ALSO EDUCATIONAL.
Robert Reed5 Stars Out Of 5Great booksJanuary 9, 2013Robert ReedQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The set of E-books was wonderful and like all of the others worked smoothly on my Kindle Fire.
JeffWest Chester, PAAge: 45-54Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Great books!August 28, 2011JeffWest Chester, PAAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Very good books for young Christian readers. I read these growing up and they had a lasting influence on me.
Donna Schmidt4 Stars Out Of 5June 29, 2010Donna SchmidtMy 8 year old grandson and I are reading this series, we are on Book 15, as we only get to read when we have sleep-overs! He loves the stories, and is always anxious to read; he loves the boys in the books, and laughs out loud when we read about some of their adventures and antics. The stories are about everyday life and he certainly identifies with their experiences, both good and bad. The stories provide a good role model, and we certainly recommend them.