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When their mother can no longer support them, six siblings are sent by the Children's Aid Society of New York City to live with farm families in Missouri in 1860
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A Place to Belong

By Joan Lowery Nixon

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In 1856, having traveled with his young sister from New York to a foster home on a farm in Missouri, ten-year-old Danny plots to get his foster father to send for and marry his mother.
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(The Orphan Train Adventures).
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In an introduction to the craft of creative writing, Mother helps Melia search for ideas, discover descriptive vocabulary, and develop characters and plots in order for Melia to express herself through her stories
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Land of Hope

By Joan Lowery Nixon

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En route to America from Russia with her family, Rebecca Levinsky befriends Kristin Swensen, a Swedish girl, and Rose Carney, an Irishwoman. Reissue.
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In Williamsburg, Virginia, two years before the start of the American Revolution, nine-year-old Maria worries that her mother will lose her contract to publish official reports and announcements of the British government because she prints anti-British articles in their family-run newspaper.
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Nightmare

By Joan Lowery Nixon

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Emily is sent to a camp for underachievers where she discovers a murderer on the staff who might provide an explanation for her recurring nightmares.
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The Haunting

By Joan Lowery Nixon

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When her family decides to move into the old family plantation house, Graymoss, Lia must muster the courage to chase away the evil spirits who reside there in search of their revenge. Reprint.
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Samantha does not want to go when great-uncle Augustus Trevor blackmails a group of celebrities to participate in a "game" at his island mansion--but when Uncle Augustus is found dead, Samantha must join the game. Reprint.
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Mary Elizabeth cannot wait to take part in a weekend murder game to be held at the Ridley Hotel, but the entertainment becomes reality when she stumbles upon a real corpse in Room 1927. Reprint.
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Presents two murder mysteries; one where seventeen-year-old Stacy awakens from a four-year coma ready to find her mother's murderer, and another where fifteen-year-old Samantha becomes involved in her wealthy uncle's deadly game.
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A strange voice crying for help in Spanish greets young Sarah and her family when they first set foot in their new home, and soon Sarah is struggling to find out who is trying so desperately to reach her
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