Younger Children

 The Lost Locket

"If I were you, I wouldn't take it to school," Mom said. "It'll get lost there for sure."

But Mom didn't exactly say Roz couldn't take her great-grandmother's special locket to school. Roz is sure she's old enough to take good care of it. Besides, everyone in the class is going to be so impressed…

When the locket disappears, Roz feels sick. And when she figures out who took it, she feels even sicker. Can she handle Curtis?

Published by Scholastic Books, 1994.

Safari Adventure in LEGOLAND

Elephants and galloping giraffes are pretty dangerous–especially if you are only a few inches tall!

"We have to stop him," Aaron said. "He'll get hurt."

Aryeh smiled. "It's very difficult for a Lego person to actually get hurt, but the way Safari Bill is behaving, he'll find a way. You're right, we'd better try to stop him."

"He's only as tall as the elephant's foot," Aaron said. "How on earth does he think he can hunt an elephant?"

Publishers: New York and Toronto, Scholastic, 1993

Adventure in LEGOLAND

Only Aaron can rescue the prince . . .

Aaron was always so different from all his friends. They were quiet, well-behaved, and rarely got into trouble. He always did. And now it was the same. Out of everyone in the hotel, he was the only one who had heard Queen Titania's call for help–why? Why did he always have to be so different?

"I have a son," the queen told him, "just your age." She paused and Aaron thought he saw a tear form in her eye. "He's been kidnapped by Bad Bart from Legoredo. Will you go and rescue him?"

Publishers: New York and Toronto, Scholastic, book club 1991, trade 1992.

1 comment:

  1. I love the book the war within It is so inspiring and creative! Thanks to you I might want to write historical fiction books like you!


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