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review Trixie Belden and the Mystery Off Glen Road Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB õ When a storm blows through Sleepyside the Bob Whites’ clubhouse is crushed by a fallen tree Trixie Honey and their brothers set to work at the Wheelers’ game preserve to raise the money to repair it Of course no one expected TrixTo repair it Of course no one expected Trixie to stumble across the trail of a dangerous poache. I think i must finally be an adult I spent a lot of this book thinking over and over why not just tell someone because then there wouldn't be a story of course But i still have a lot of residual love for this series and this particular book i remembered way scenes than i expected

summary ç eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Julie Campbell

When a storm blows through Sleepyside the Bob Whites’ clubhouse is crushed by a fallen tree T. 4 stars 410 hearts Okay so at first I was really frustrated with Trixie for pretending to be in love even if she had a really good reason But that part turned out soooo well that it was worth it haha There’re some euphemisms but that’s all There were a lot of twists in this book which was also really fun but it did take a super long time to get started I like how the kids all befriend and work together and how Trixie really does mean well but is a human being instead of an automaton I really look forwards to the next book review to be updated

Julie Campbell ´ 3 summary

Trixie Belden and the Mystery Off Glen RoadRixie Honey and their brothers set to work at the Wheelers’ game preserve to raise the money. I know these were written in the 50's and are extremely dated so I'm kind of skimming over that but this one got offensive enough that I had to put it down then after some discussion I was able to pick it back up Mart's calling Trixie a suaw several times actually made me angry I'm also wondering how much I was influenced by these books when reading them the first time when I was 13 Making it clear I am not a believer of taking old books and changing them to make them acceptable in today's world I had to rate this one low