The Mystery Of The Deserted House Paperback
by Mary Weeks Millard;
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The Mystery Of The Deserted House
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The boys are intrigued and over time, start to explore the rooms inside. But the more time they spend there, the more mysterious they find it, and their exploration of the house eventually leads then into danger. What is the secret of this mystery house, and why did its owners leave it like this?
A great story for children of primary school age that upholds important biblical values and has a message of salvation woven into the story.
The Mystery Of The Deserted House by Mary Weeks Millard was published by Day One in July 2011 and is our 21573rd best seller. The ISBN for The Mystery Of The Deserted House is 9781846252723.
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The Mystery of the Deserted HouseMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
Joe and his younger brother Matt are in a gang called ‘The Whistlers’ with Matt’s friend Spike; they have worked out a series of whistles to send messages to each other.
They had always been aware of the house in their road that stood deserted in it’s overgrown garden, but it was not until they accidentally kicked a ball into it’s garden while on their way to the park, that they began to think seriously about it, and why it had been abandoned; they decided to explore and try to find out.
It was towards the end of the Easter holidays so they had time to carry out their plan, after all, no-one seemed to care about the place so no-one could object to them going inside for a look around could they? To their surprise, it looked as if the occupants had left expecting to return, as apart from the layers of dust everywhere, it appeared lived in. They were intrigued and determined to discover what had happened.
Spike’s parents took him to church and talked about God all the time. At the beginning of the summer term Spike decided to join the Christian Union at school, to find out more, but when approached by bullies as he left, he prayed urgently for help, and whistled the gang’s distress signal. It was Joe, now a prefect, who came to his rescue, and berated them. Joe thought about things more deeply than the others and decided he would go to church with Spikes family to see if he could find out more about this God they believed in. Come the summer holiday and with time to explore the deserted house again, the Whistlers found themselves in a situation they had never expected........
As you can tell, I enjoyed this and found it a good read.
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Details for The Mystery Of The Deserted House
|Page last updated||3rd December 2015|
|Author / Artist||Mary Weeks Millard|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Day One (July 2011)|
|Number of Pages||107|