Meg Mackintosh and the Case of the Missing Babe Ruth by Lucinda Landon

By Lucinda Landon

This identify is for kids elderly 7 to ten years. within the publication that introduced her adventures, Meg follows a chain of notes hidden in her grandfather's condominium to resolve an previous secret of a lacking baseball signed by way of Babe Ruth. The reader is challenged to interpret each one clue prior to Meg solves it.

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None of the others were. 3. The handwriting slanted to the left. Alice's slanted to the right. 4. It said "Clue # 4" - but Meg had already found the fourth clue. 5. It had nothing to do with Mother Goose rhymes. Clearly, this was a fake clue. Someone was trying to throw her off the track. Meg was sure she knew 34 who ... and after looking around the toolshed again, she knew where. Someone had been here recently. There were fresh, muddy footprints and the dust marks showed that the cabinet had been emptied.

We took baths in an old tub in the kitchen," Cramps said. "This can't be a dead end," sighed Meg. " "Alice was cunning," Cramps said. Meg had to agree. 29 Later that night, Peter knocked on Meg's door. "Are you still sleeping with Cramps's old stuffed animals? A little babyish, don't you think? " Meg said suspiciously. "Hey, Meggy, let's put our heads together on this mystery. I could help you out. For instance, the old outhouse, where Cramps keeps his gardening stuff now. I bet that has something to do with it.

The old toy dog. It was the same one that was in the photograph, the one Peter had teased Meg about. "The little dog laughed," Meg said to herself. "Of course! 'The answer could be with you right now, but you wouldn't know it anyhow' ... " 42 Meg looked at the old toy intently. He was musty and worn. His body was very hard, stuffed with straw. On his back was a loose thread. It was a different color, as if someone had tried to mend a seam but hadn't done a very good job. Meg carefully pulled the thread.

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