By Rob M. Worley, Gertrude Chandler Warner
Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny Alden are in for an extra-special shock! they're going on a visit on a massive shipment send to a abandoned South Seas island. whereas fishing and exploring the island, the kids realize clues that it is not abandoned finally! subscribe to The Boxcar kids of their image novel experience to discover their hidden neighbor at Blue Bay.
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They will be waiting for us at the dock in San Francisco. Over the next few days, Mr. Alden visited the radio room many times. On the trip home, each of the children wrote a book about their adventures. They kept busy, but they longed to get home. Soon the Sea Star arrived in San Francisco. How can we say good-bye to you, Lars? Maybe we’ll never see you again. You’ll see me again, all right. I often come your way. 29 Peter’s parents were there on the docks, waiting. Hi! Mom! Oh, Peter. I thought we would never see you again!
Maybe. The children were very happy. They all knew that with Grandfather, maybe almost always meant yes. 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.
When readers asked for more Alden adventures, Warner began additional stories. While the mystery element is central to each of the books, she never thought of them as strictly juvenile mysteries. She liked to stress the Aldens’ independence. Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny go about most of their adventures with as little adult supervision as possible—something that delights young readers. During her lifetime, Warner received hundreds of letters from fans as she continued the Aldens’ adventures, writing nineteen Boxcar Children books in all.