By Christopher E. Long
Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny Alden have simply figured out they've got an Aunt Jane who hasn't spoken to their grandfather in years. the kids are spending the summer season on Aunt Jane's ranch out west. at the approach there, the ladies secret agent a "mystery man." Will he exhibit an grand discovery concerning the ranch that might switch every little thing? sign up for the Boxcar kids of their picture novel event at secret Ranch!
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Mr. Carter was also invited to the party. Everyone had a wonderful time. 29 THE PARTY After dinner, Aunt Jane opened her presents. Grandfather has a present, too. I love every one of my presents. Her name is Lady. To take the place of Watch when the children go home. 30 The rest of the summer was spent together as a happy family. Everyone thought it was the best summer any of them could remember. Oh, what a beautiful little dog! 31 About the Creator Gertrude Chandler Warner was born on April 16, 1890, in Putnam, Connecticut.
After her death in 1979, her publisher, Albert Whitman and Company, carried on Warner’s vision. Today, the Boxcar Children series has more than 100 books.
31 About the Creator Gertrude Chandler Warner was born on April 16, 1890, in Putnam, Connecticut. In 1918, Warner began teaching at Israel Putnam School. As a teacher, she discovered that many readers who liked an exciting story could not find books that were both easy and fun to read. She decided to try to meet this need. In 1942, The Boxcar Children was published for these readers. Warner drew on her own experience to write The Boxcar Children. As a child she spent hours watching trains go by on the tracks near her family home.