The Mandie Collection Paperback

by Lois Gladys Leppard;

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The Mandie Collection

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Mandie and the Courtroom Battle:
Mandie's stepmother, Etta, has been causing problems for Mandie ever since Mandie's father died. Now Etta claims she has papers proving that Mandie's father gave her the house at Charley Gap. Mandie has papers of her own that say she is the rightful owner of the home. Who has the true legal document?

Mandie and Jonathan's Predicament:
Mandie and Celia head to New York City to visit their friend Jonathan Guyer for Thanksgiving. While staying at the Guyer mansion, they encounter a stray dog, a strange girl, and the butler's secret meetings with a foreign-speaking man. Searching for answers to these mysteries leads Mandie and Jonathan into quite a predicament!

Mandie and the Unwanted Gift:
It's Christmastime, and an anonymous gift addressed to Mandie has been left on the doorstep. Mandie opens the beautifully wrapped package, only to find a jumbled mess of holly leaves, berries, ribbon, and dirt. Who would have left her such a gift? And could it really be a treasure map, as Joe suggests?

The Mandie Collection by Lois Gladys Leppard was published by Baker in July 2011 and is our 34426th best seller. The ISBN for The Mandie Collection is 9780764208782.

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Details for The Mandie Collection

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherBaker (July 2011)
Number of Pages368
Thickness27 mm
Height208 mm
Width135 mm
Product Code3965782
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