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The Boxcar Children is a classic children's literary franchise originally created and written by .... Most of the mysteries involve thefts and usually involve the Alden children helping someone they know. The series are divided into mysteries and ...

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This is a list of Boxcar Children novels. Contents. [hide]. 1 The Boxcar Children Novels ... 49, The Mystery of the Stolen Boxcar, 1995. 50, Mystery in the Cave ...

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The Boxcar Children Mysteries · The Boxcar Children Specials ... wrote the first 19 stories, but there are now 140 titles in The Boxcar Children® Mysteries series.

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The Boxcar Children is a series of chapter books that has been captivating readers for generations, featuring children having adventures and solving mysteries.

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Jul 9, 2015 ... Enter The Boxcar Children, four literary siblings originally created in 1924 .... Take, for example, this passage from The Yellow House Mystery, ...

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Gertrude Chandler Warner was born in 1890 in Putnam, Connecticut, where she taught school and wrote The Boxcar Children because she had often imagined ...

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The Boxcar Children Bookshelf (The Boxcar Children Mysteries, Books 1-12) [ Gertrude Chandler Warner] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Gertrude Chandler Warner was born in 1890 in Putnam, Connecticut, where she taught school and wrote The Boxcar Children because she had often imagined ...

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Gertrude Chandler Warner was born in 1890 in Putnam, Connecticut, where she taught school and wrote The Boxcar Children because she had often imagined ...