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The Secret of the Mansion [Trixie Belden 1] by Julie Campbell; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, Protected DAISY. Trixie Belden. “Schoolgirl Shamus” by James D. and Kimberlee Keeline. This paper was presented at the Popular Culture Association National Conference on . Trixie Belden has 12 entries in the series. Trixie Belden (Series). Book 1. Julie Campbell Author Ariadne Meyers Narrator (). cover image of The Secret of.
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If you're asking, "Who's Trixie Belden?" unfortunately, you're not alone. The series has been out of print for years, depriving a generation of. An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works. While not nearly as well-known as the Nancy Drew series, the Trixie Belden mystery series probably has even more devoted and passionate readers.
Others are printed on coarser paper, very prone to yellowing with age; these copies are slightly over 2 cm thick. It is the most frequently found, and it has the advantage of being the format used on the most titles. Beige colored background and illustration within an oval on the front cover. All covers by Jack Wacker; no interior illustrations. Publisher: Golden, starting in Covers: 7,9,15,21,23,26 Jerry Harston, 29,30,31 Ben Otero, all others Jody Lee only — black and white inside illustrations by Jim Spence 1 pages, book 2 pages, book 3 pages, book 4 pages, book 5 pages, book 6 pages, book 7 pages, book 8 pages, book 9 pages, book 15 pages, book 20 pages, book 21 pages, book 23 pages, book 26 pages, book 29 pages, book 30 pages, book 32 pages, book 33 pages, book 34 pages, book 35 pages, book 36 pages, book 37 pages, book 38 pages, book 39 pages, book Again, limited copies of these were issued in hardcover bindings for library use.
Slightly larger format, in sturdy glossy covers. Unlike many series notably Nancy Drew, Hardy Boys and Bobbsey Twins , these books were not re-written upon republication.
A notice on the copyright page mentions that there have been very few changes, other than adding consistency to the spelling. However, while we were editing them, we realized there were some differences between the first editions and later ones. I went back and forth before I decided to go with the second edition text in this case, figuring that such a significant rewrite probably came from Julie Campbell, not an editor.
The dates on the copyright pages only refer to the actual copyright date, and not to the year of printing. However, all dates for first printings are in Arabic numerals — for example, If the date is in Roman numerals, the book is definitely not a first printing; however, not all copies with dates in Arabic numerals are firsts, so that is only one clue. Other significant factors are the endpapers for the cellophane editions , the price on the cover for the trade paperback editions and the lists of previous titles.
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There are also differences in the positioning of the price on the cover, of the logo and book numbers on the spine, etc, but these are usually not significant in identifying first printings.
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If you are ordering several titles, we combine shipping to keep costs as low as possible, and we give discounts to our regular customers or on large multiple book orders. He's probably been sick for days, We should have been better neighbors and made sure to check up on him or sent a casserole every so often. You should have left him lying in the driveway, Dad".
I don't like you to talk that way, and you know you don't mean it. Although Mr. Frayne might not have always been a very pleasant neighbor, he is still a neighbor. As her father drove away, she turned to her mother.
Remember that time he yelled at Brian and-? Frayne's attitude. He and your father had a disagreement about the boundary line between the two properties. Of course your father didn't want to take the matter to court because nobody really cares who owns that little patch of woods, but Mr.
Frayne insisted, Naturally when the decision went against him he resented it. And just last week. Moms, Reddy chased Queenie the black hen, into Mr. Frayne's property. Mart and I tore after him because we didn't want him to hurt Queenie, even though she does belong to the mean old miser. But I needn't have worried because i guess those 'ole game hens can take care of themselves. Just as we caught up to them, she suddenly turned and flew right into Reddy's face, flapping her wings and squawking and scratching like no tomorrow.
He tucked his tail between his legs and raced off into the woods, and just then Mr. Frayne burst out of his house, waving a shotgun and shouting at us. Golly, I was awfully scared for a minute,Moms he said he'd shoot Reddy if he ever crossed the boundary line again" "Well I'm sorry that happened dear, It sounds frightening" mrs.
Belden said as they strolled back to the garden. I bet he doesn't weigh much more than Bobby does, and in those funny patched clothes Mart says he looks just like a scarecrow that walked off its post. And his land is in such a terrible state. It's all choked with weeds and vines except for a clearing right around the house which isn't even a lwan anymore, because the chickens have scratched it bare. Grief can have a harsh effect, you know before Mrs.
Frayne died, he quite the charming old gentleman, and he and his wife were very kind to your father and me when we moved up here from the city. They were such a blessing when you and Mart were born I don't know how I would have managed with two babies and a toddler without their help. It was a terrible shock to all of us, I was so thankful you, Brian and mart were too young to remember it.
But you don't have to die from a copperhead bite. Dad taught us all long ago what to do in case any of us were bitten. First, you put on a tourniquet; then you cut into the fang marks with a knife or razor blade, and then you suck out the blood to keep the poison from spreading.
Didn't Mr. Frayne know what to do Moms? Belden pressed the final tomato plant into place with her fingers and stood up. She was a beautiful sweet old lady and everyone loved her" She slipped off her gardening gloves and wiped her face with her handkerchief.
The snake must have been curled in the shade underneath Mrs.
Frayne's chair and she must have kicked it accidently. When Mrs. Naturally he took the shortcut, and right in the middle of that deserted upper road, the car broke down.
Whether he didn't know what to or if he was too flustered to do anything, I don't know though it was strange Mr. Frayne knew a great deal about copperheads having lived in the area his entire life, one would assume Mr. Frayne knew what to do.
At any rate, they simply waited until another car came along. Shading her eyes with her hand Helen gazed up at the old mansion on the eastern hill. Frayne" She murmured.
He left the car right there on that lonesome road where it had broken down and never allowed another automobile on the place after that" She added slowly. You used to be able to see it quite plainly from here". But Trixie was no longer looking at the Frayne mansion. She was looking the opposite direction. See all those vans? Somebody must be moving in?
Belden turned and glanced up at the huge estate which bounded Crabapple Farm on the west. A family named Wheeler moved in yesterday. Your father met Mr. Wheeler at the bank. He has a daughter the same age as you and told your father he hoped you'd run up and see her. Horses being lead out toward the stables.
Couldn't I go up right now and see Mr. Wheeler's daughter?. Belden smiled. But what about your job? Belden raised her eyebrow. I wanna come too? Wait for me Twixie" The middle of the path was rough with partially exposed tree roots and Bobby tripped as children of his age often do, and sprawled in the reddish brown dust. Trixie stared at him with annoyance. You can't go calling on rich people looking like that! He grinned cheekily, "What rich people? Do I look alright now, Twixie?
I wanna go calling on rich people" Trixie turned to her mother in despair, "Mother do i have to take him with he's going to call me Twixie and embarrass me" Mrs. Belden shrugged, "It depends on whether you feel a horse is worth working for, besides Bobby only does it for attention he's long grown out of not being able to pronounce names.
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And for heaven's sake, Bobby when you meet these people, don't tell them I said they were rich, And please stop yelling "Hey" all the time. The water quickly turned to a muddy reddish brown as the dirt practically melted off Bobby. Trixie sighed separated. They don't like that sort of thing". Trixie paused then looked down, her legs and feet were covered in dirt from spending the morning in the garden.
A snort of laughter from the doorway split the silence, "Yeah, Twixie, you gonna go calling on the rich people and give them so free dirt" said Mart smirking.
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Trixie too a deep breath remembering her promise, she really wanted that horse. She turned flashing a grin at her brother. Mart stood numbly he hadn't seen that one coming. Fifteen Minutes later trixie was pacing in the kitchen holding Bobby's shoes waiting for the small boy to come downstairs.
Bobby came barrelling down the stairs with Mart trailing behind. Trixie rolled her eyes just what she needed two annoying brothers to embarrass her, "Sure Bobby, we'll make a party out of it" she said through clenched teeth.
Ten minutes later, Trixie, Mart and Bobby began the long climb up the Manor House driveway with Reddy racing on ahead of them. At the turn in the road , a fat little cocker spaniel rushed down to meet them.Trixie whirled Honey around and pointed across the woods to Ten Acres, which she privately called Miser's Mansion.
Under the pretense of locking a window, Trixie and Honey climb inside to look around. Couldn't I go up right now and see Mr. Trixie tries to find sheep thieves after Uncle Andrew's sheep go missing. However, our actual stock will vary considerably: I still remember the first three the best.
Tom Delanoy: The Wheelers' chauffeur, later married to Celia. She cringed as Reddy, disdainfully ignoring the black puppy, raced around her in circles, bark furiously.
The Indian Burial Ground Mystery This is my adaption of the very first Trixie Belden Book.
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