Mandie and the Windmills Message

Mandie and the Windmills Message 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 thei

  • Title: Mandie and the Windmills Message
  • Author: Lois Gladys Leppard
  • ISBN: 9781556612886
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • 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 wMandie, 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

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    1. About this book:“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 resett [...]

    2. My favorite part was when Mandie found out what was going on with the windmill blades and the paint in the factory. My least favorite part was when Snowball disappeared, and also when Mandie and her friends were breaking the rules by going at night to see the windmill closer. My favorite character was Mandie because she likes mystries. My least favorite character was whoever the one was that originally came up with the idea of destroying the factory. September, 2017

    3. This was a good Mandie bookbut not any better than any other one I've read. There's enough elements in the plot to make it interesting.

    4. I admit it: I am reviewing these books years after reading them. However, do not even suggest that I'm no longer qualified, that too many years have passed to remember. My battered and faded copies of these books testify to how many times I read them growing up and plots and entire passages are seared in my memory forever. Snowball always ran away, Mandie always got in trouble, Uncle Ned always rescued her, and Joe and Tommy bristled at each other. I myself preferred Joe, but Tommy's cosmopolita [...]

    5. The Mandie books are fun Christian mysteries for children, but I still love reading them. Even though she doesn't age very quickly and seems to get far too many breaks from school during the year, she's a lot of fun.

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