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Mystery of the Green Cat #2020

Mystery of the Green Cat With its black eyes the creature looks at the four children mysteriously wise mysteriously alive What is the secret of the green cat Why does it mean so much to the strange people who live next doo

  • Title: Mystery of the Green Cat
  • Author: Phyllis A. Whitney
  • ISBN: 9780590085717
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mystery of the Green Cat By Phyllis A. Whitney, With its black eyes, the creature looks at the four children, mysteriously wise, mysteriously alive What is the secret of the green cat Why does it mean so much to the strange people who live next door Why is the old baroness kept a prisoner there in the gloomy old mansion Andy and his twin brother are having a hard time getting used to their new stepsisters But on oWith its black eyes, the creature looks at the four children, mysteriously wise, mysteriously alive What is the secret of the green cat Why does it mean so much to the strange people who live next door Why is the old baroness kept a prisoner there in the gloomy old mansion Andy and his twin brother are having a hard time getting used to their new stepsisters But on one thing the four of them agree they are determined to find the mysterious china cat and learn its sinister secret

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    1. I ve read the irreplaceable Phyllis A Whitney since my teens So vast is her legacy of published works to the literary world, after all this time I m still uncovering them in triumphant places Knowing they came out as late as 1997, I wondered with puzzlement what her range is At a thrift store, I found this The Mystery Of The Green Cat I was blown away that it s from 1957 Like a magical moment out of a movie, while I read this mystery one night a girl s school portrait dropped out of it That is b [...]

    2. People in the 1950s really did have pointy knees and elbows Also, an old Victorian mansion on San Francisco s Russian Hilla jade cat statuettee mystery of the Orient What s not to love I m sad there s no cover image because I truly love it.

    3. I loved this book from the 1st time I picked it up I loved the cover and the mystry of it I was fascinated with San Francisco and the fog Like another reader commented too bad that there is not a cover picture I wish I had a copy today.

    4. A book I remember enjoying in childhood, circa 1960 It enlightened me about the odd thinking of adults who are misguidedly looking out for the interests of others.

    5. The only thing I remember about reading this when I was a kid was that I didn t know what bangs were.

    6. This book I found on a friend s reading list from childhood I remembered reading it myself as a child I remember especially liking the illustration by Richard Horwitz He made the kids look very grown up and I liked that a lot It is a good book on multiple levels The boys are trying to deal with the grief of the loss of a parent at the same time trying to adjust to a new stepparent The girls having had time for grief trying to get to know the boys and adjust to a new family Everyone s loyalties [...]

    7. My 3rd grade teacher read this to our class, and I absolutely loved it then This book, and a picture on the back cover of a little cat, inspired me to make a little ceramic cat in college that I still have.I haven t probably read the book since 3rd grade, but I still found it intriguing today Some things and phrases are quite dated, yet it still stands the test of time I am surprised I could not borrow this book from the library It is quite a classic.

    8. In this book Jill, carol, Andy, and Adrian visit their neighbour to solve some mysteries They found out so much about heir neighbours, and also made some new friends I learned that you need to investigate to find things out sometimes Auryn 12 years old, 2016

    9. I loved the book.At first glance it looks like the kind of book you think Well, looks okay but a bit small and when you read it it was AWESOME I feel sad for all the people, especially Lydia D

    10. This is a cute little story While some of the details within the tale point to its age Original copyright 1957 and changed social norms, it is still a good story.

    11. I wish my copy isn t falling apart This is an old book and I enjoy it to the end It one those old childen s books that are well written and forgotten about I thick I ll try to find another copy that not falling apart This book is a kids book, but since it over fifty years old there should be an exception that anyone young or old can read it.The old lady that live in the house would be one of the fiction charathers I will invite for dinner Can sit and listen to her stories all day.

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