The E.L. Konigsburg Collection

The E.L. Konigsburg Collection

From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler: Having run away with her younger brother to live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, twelve-year-old Claudia strives to keep things in order in their new home and to become a changed person and a heroine to herself. Jennifer, Hecate, Macbeth, William McKinley, and Me, Elizabeth: Two fifth-grade girls, one of whom is the fi From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler: Having run away with her younger brother to live in the M...

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Title:The E.L. Konigsburg Collection
Author:E.L. Konigsburg
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Genres:Fiction
ISBN:1416993851
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:442 pages pages

The E.L. Konigsburg Collection Reviews

  • Loren
    Jan 09, 2011

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

  • Courtney
    May 24, 2011

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

  • Kerrie
    Jan 04, 2011

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

  • Pat
    Jan 08, 2011

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

  • Betsy
    Jan 04, 2012

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

    I loved this book, its full of so much adventure. My mom read this aloud to my brother and I was so into it! ...

    SOOOOOOoooo much Drama! ...

    Good ...

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  • Lexa Hernandez
    Apr 15, 2011

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

  • Angela
    Jul 21, 2011

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

    I loved this book, its full of so much adventure. My mom read this aloud to my brother and I was so into it! ...

    SOOOOOOoooo much Drama! ...

    Good ...

    ...

  • Grace
    Nov 14, 2010

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

  • Allie Farrell
    Feb 11, 2011

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

    I loved this book, its full of so much adventure. My mom read this aloud to my brother and I was so into it! ...

    SOOOOOOoooo much Drama! ...

    Good ...

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  • John
    Dec 10, 2012

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

  • Gina Tenner
    Jun 23, 2011

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

    I loved this book, its full of so much adventure. My mom read this aloud to my brother and I was so into it! ...

    SOOOOOOoooo much Drama! ...

    Good ...

    ...

    ...

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  • Anne
    Dec 16, 2011

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

    I loved this book, its full of so much adventure. My mom read this aloud to my brother and I was so into it! ...

    SOOOOOOoooo much Drama! ...

    Good ...

  • Z
    Nov 06, 2011

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

    I loved this book, its full of so much adventure. My mom read this aloud to my brother and I was so into it! ...

    SOOOOOOoooo much Drama! ...

    Good ...

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    ...

    ...

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  • Anfir
    Dec 08, 2011

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

    I loved this book, its full of so much adventure. My mom read this aloud to my brother and I was so into it! ...

    SOOOOOOoooo much Drama! ...

    Good ...

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    ...

    ...

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  • Sophie
    Jun 02, 2012

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

    I loved this book, its full of so much adventure. My mom read this aloud to my brother and I was so into it! ...

  • Torense
    Jul 20, 2012

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

  • Lpeterso
    Mar 15, 2014

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

  • Lindsay Smith
    Aug 31, 2013

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

  • Ese Gabriel
    Sep 23, 2013

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

  • Emilie Weidl
    Feb 22, 2018

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

    I loved this book, its full of so much adventure. My mom read this aloud to my brother and I was so into it! ...

    SOOOOOOoooo much Drama! ...

    Good ...

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  • Lilianna C-L
    Oct 28, 2014

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

  • Kelsy
    Apr 27, 2015

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

  • Dennis
    Dec 08, 2015

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

    I loved this book, its full of so much adventure. My mom read this aloud to my brother and I was so into it! ...

    SOOOOOOoooo much Drama! ...

    Good ...

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  • Megan
    Mar 16, 2016

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

    I loved this book, its full of so much adventure. My mom read this aloud to my brother and I was so into it! ...

    SOOOOOOoooo much Drama! ...

    Good ...

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  • Jillian
    Apr 14, 2017

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

    I loved this book, its full of so much adventure. My mom read this aloud to my brother and I was so into it! ...

    SOOOOOOoooo much Drama! ...

    Good ...

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  • EJC
    Jul 31, 2016

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

    I loved this book, its full of so much adventure. My mom read this aloud to my brother and I was so into it! ...

    SOOOOOOoooo much Drama! ...

    Good ...

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  • Soojin
    Dec 13, 2016

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

    I loved this book, its full of so much adventure. My mom read this aloud to my brother and I was so into it! ...

    SOOOOOOoooo much Drama! ...

    Good ...

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  • Richard Legault
    Nov 06, 2018

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

  • Joshu
    Sep 24, 2018

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

    I loved this book, its full of so much adventure. My mom read this aloud to my brother and I was so into it! ...

    SOOOOOOoooo much Drama! ...

    Good ...

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  • Hhand123
    Jun 09, 2011

    One of my fave books of all time! Unfortunately i lost my copy from constantly moving out. Anyways, i grew with this book, my first artsy collection. Timely, coz' i'm currently pasttime-reading something from E.L. Konigsburg again. About this book: "Claudia Kincaid is almost twe...

    I decided to catch up on some children's books that I never had the opportunity to read when I was young. This set of three award-winning adventures did not disappoint. Surprisingly, I found the most popular one, "From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" the least engaging...

    What could be more fun than running away to live in a museum? The kids have a remarkably easy time of it, which made the book seem as dated as did its references to automats. (The word's so out-dated that my spell-checker doesn't recognize it.) Still, it's a grand adventure. I can see ...

    As a child I loved the capstone story (From the Mixed Up Files) and rereading it as an adult was equally enjoyable. The importance of having a secret, of making a plan, of solving a question without a grown up interfering....these are the stepping stones of independence. The additi...

    I recently re-read this book. I was one of my favorties from childhood and it has held up well. I still love Claudia and her sense of adventure and thirst for knowledge. And I still want to run away and live in the Metrepolitan Museum of Art someday. ...

    Spent FCAT week reading this.. It made my week bearable! ...

    I love this book! My parents sold it a while back (I am a kid.) but I intend to get it again! ...

    I read this to the kids at night and they really enjoyed it and I thought it was a fun book. ...

    good ...

    I want to move to a museum! ...

    One of my favorite books ever. ...

    From the mixed-up folded of Mrs. Basil E Frankweiler Read: 7/23/15 to 7/22/15. Three *stars* ...

    I rated this book 4 stars because the first 2 books were great and the third was horrible ...

    I adored these books as a child and cannot wait to read them again with my daughter! ...

    I loved this book, its full of so much adventure. My mom read this aloud to my brother and I was so into it! ...

    SOOOOOOoooo much Drama! ...