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The Secret of the Key free pdf Filled with magic, mystery, miniatures, and adventure, the Sixty-Eight Rooms is the perfect series for fans of "Chasing Vermeer, The Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, " and "The Dollpeople"! Chicago sixth graders Ruthie and Jack think they ve learned everything about the magic of the Art Institute s Thorne Rooms. But the magic starts to act strangely when Ruthie and Jack discover two rings that are out of place and out of time and a portal that shouldn t be open but somehow is. Ruthie and Jack follow the clues to seventeenth-century England and the Brownlow house, where they meet the Brownlow s governess, Rebecca. But Rebecca has a few secrets of her own and she might even be in the wrong century! Can Ruthie and Jack discover the truth about Rebecca s mysterious past, or will they end up stuck in the wrong century themselves? Their quest for answers takes them from 1930s New York City and San Francisco to turn-of-the-century China. The only one who can truly answer their questions may be the woman who started it all: the room s creator, Narcissa Thorne. But to talk to Mrs. Thorne, they ll have to go back in time and find her! Unlock the magic . . . in the exciting conclusion to the Sixty-Eight Rooms Adventures!"

About Marianne Malone

MARIANNE MALONE is the mother of three grown children, a former art teacher, cofounder of the Campus School Middle School for Girls in Urbana, Illinois and popular speaker in schools. Marianne says, ""Writing is a kind of conjuring. I write because I believe in the magic of art to transport . . . to give a of glimpse another's world." For Teachers Guides (including common core tie-ins) and more, visit MarianneMalone.com.

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Author : Marianne Malone
Publisher : Random House Books for Young Readers
Data Published : 22 July 2014
ISBN : 0307977218
EAN : 9780307977212
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 241 pages
Age + : 5-9 years
Language : English
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