Windmill's Message (#20 in Mandie Series)
1. Questions In Holland^2. She Can't Hear, He Can't Speak^3. Windmill Blades In The Wrong Position^4. Where Had Snowball Been?^5. Albert Appears^6. Mr. Van Dongen's Denial^7. Who Mixed The Paint?^8. Where Are The Van Dongens?^9. Investigation In The Darkness^10. Where...
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1. Questions In Holland^2. She Can't Hear, He Can't Speak^3. Windmill Blades In The Wrong Position^4. Where Had Snowball Been?^5. Albert Appears^6. Mr. Van Dongen's Denial^7. Who Mixed The Paint?^8. Where Are The Van Dongens?^9. Investigation In The Darkness^10. Where Did Everybody Go?^11. Some Things Explained^12. Surprise Events^150 Pages
In Holland, Mandie and her friends visit the port at Delfshaven--where the Pilgrims departed in 1620. After learning all about windmills and how the positions of the blades can be used to signal messages, Mandie and her friends embark on a mystery that could affect the Royal family's reputation!
"I love reading all the great Mandie books! I feel like I'm in all the adventures. I sometimes read a whole book straight through because I can't put them down!" writes a young reader from New York.Mandie, Celia and Jonathan should have known that when Uncle Ned said there was a big mystery waiting for them in Holland that he meant a BIG mystery. Adventures had followed them at every stop on their summer travel through Europe with Mrs. Taft, Senator Morton and Uncle Ned, and Holland promised to be no exception. But what mystery could the quiet, peaceful land of the windmills possibly bring?They won't be there long before they find out. Who's behind the mysterious resetting of the windmill's blades and what message are they sending? Is it a harmless prank or is someone really up to something bad? Are lives in danger?Is someone out to destroy the royal family's reputation?
Lois began her first Mandie story when she was only 11 years old. But eventually the manuscript was tucked away in a drawer and forgotten. Lois went on to attend Furman University and studied music for several years in New York City where she and her sister sang professionally. Some years ago, Lois was prompted to pull that old manuscript out and began to work on Mandie's story - of her childhood in the South at the turn of the century and her Cherokee heritage. The rest is history - and now the Mandie books series have sales nearing six million copies! Lois writes from her home in South Carolina. Enthusiastic young fans fill her mailbox with their insightful responses to her stories. - Publisher.