From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
Originally published in 1967
Copyright renewed 1995
Brothers and sisters
PZ7.K8352 Fr 2007
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You remember the Metropolitan Museum of Art from this book, but do you remember the library? In the course of their research, young Claudia and her brother decide to take a trip to the Donnell Library, new at the time of the publication of the book.
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When Claudia and Jamie runs away from home, they face 2 problems: 1. Claudia wanted to feel diffrent, 2. They found a statue so beautiful they could not feel desired to go home until they find its real maker. What, in fact, should they do?
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