The Disappearing Dog (hardy Boys: Secret Files)
Author: Franklin W. Dixon
Feeling skeptical about a new kid's boasts about his magical talents, Frank and Joe Hardy wonder about a neighbor's prized show dog's recurring disappearances and reappearances, which seem to support the bragging newcomer's claims. Disappearing Dog is a must own child's book. Written by Franklin W. Dixon and it was published on the 18th of October, 2011 by Aladdin. The child's book is for ages 72 months+ and is concerning Dogs and it is deemed smart fiction. If you are inside the library you can in all probability look it up using the classification code, PZ7.D644 Dg 2011. This is the 1st Aladdin paperback ed. of the child's book is 96 pages long and it provides black and white drawings. It furthermore draws attentions to Brothers and Magicians. Let yourself become absorbed within this children's book. Think of yourself as being the main figure, pondering and desperate for the answers in the process. You can get as artistic as you choose with the experience in your mind. It's most likely put you within the thrill and excitement of the book, add to cart by selecting the hyperlink below.
- Number of Pages: 96
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
Although Max wins over a bunch of his classmates, Frank and Joe remain skeptical--until Mrs. Briar's prized show dog, Charlie, suddenly disappears--and keeps on mysteriously diappearing and reappearing. Or is Max really as magical as he says he is? Max swiftly becomes the prime suspect, but is he genuinely the a single behind the strange occurances?
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