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Mandie and the Dark Alley (#33 in Mandie Series)

Lois Gladys Leppard

Mandie and the Dark Alley (#33 in Mandie Series)

Lois Gladys Leppard

$8.99

Mass Market
176 Pages

- Publisher The adventures of Mandie, her friends, and her faithful feline, Snowball, have made reading exciting for children for more than seventeen years. Young hearts will continue to race with the newest mystery in the series. Will Mandie find more than she bargained for in this adventure, or will her faith and wits save her again as she uncovers the secret of the dark alley?Written for the many Mandie fan club members who wanted to see their favorite character return to school in Asheville, North Carolina, Mandie and the Dark Alley finds mystery in a spooky place. Back at school, Mandie and Celia have to cut through a dark alley to avoid being late. Mandie's locket falls off somewhere during the journey, and the creepy passageway must be searched by lantern light. What they discover behind the dilapidated old warehouses will come as a shock...to Mandie and to her readers!

- Publisher "I LIKE SHARING MANDIE'S ADVENTURES WITH HER", WRITES A YOUNG READER FROM PENNSYLVANIA.Taking a shortcut back to school one night, Mandie and Celia almost miss their curfew when Mrs. Taft's rig breaks down in a dark, mysterious alley. During their brief stop, Mandie hears some suspicious noises coming from a warehouse. Later, safely back at school, Mandie vows to return to the alley to check things out. But everyone says it's not a safe place for young ladies to be, so the alley is off limits.Back at Mrs. Taft's mansion, a priceless heirloom disappears. It must have been stolen, even though there's no sign of anyone breaking in -- and nothing else seems to be missing. Mandie, convinced the theft is somehow connected to the alley, determines to recover the valuable antique for her grandmother. How can she get back there to investigate?

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176 Pages
- Publisher

The adventures of Mandie, her friends, and her faithful feline, Snowball, have made reading exciting for children for more than seventeen years. Young hearts will continue to race with the newest mystery in the series. Will Mandie find more than she bargained for in this adventure, or will her faith and wits save her again as she uncovers the secret of the dark alley?Written for the many Mandie fan club members who wanted to see their favorite character return to school in Asheville, North Carolina, Mandie and the Dark Alley finds mystery in a spooky place. Back at school, Mandie and Celia have to cut through a dark alley to avoid being late. Mandie's locket falls off somewhere during the journey, and the creepy passageway must be searched by lantern light. What they discover behind the dilapidated old warehouses will come as a shock...to Mandie and to her readers!
- Publisher

"I LIKE SHARING MANDIE'S ADVENTURES WITH HER", WRITES A YOUNG READER FROM PENNSYLVANIA.Taking a shortcut back to school one night, Mandie and Celia almost miss their curfew when Mrs. Taft's rig breaks down in a dark, mysterious alley. During their brief stop, Mandie hears some suspicious noises coming from a warehouse. Later, safely back at school, Mandie vows to return to the alley to check things out. But everyone says it's not a safe place for young ladies to be, so the alley is off limits.Back at Mrs. Taft's mansion, a priceless heirloom disappears. It must have been stolen, even though there's no sign of anyone breaking in -- and nothing else seems to be missing. Mandie, convinced the theft is somehow connected to the alley, determines to recover the valuable antique for her grandmother. How can she get back there to investigate?
- Publisher

Meet the Author

Lois Gladys Leppard

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.

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