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The Aldens start a helper service with their friend Beth to raise money for the Greenfield Hospital. But someone tore down their signs. Who wants to stop the fundraiser?


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The Aldens start a helper service with their friend Beth to raise money for the Greenfield Hospital. But someone tore down their signs. Who wants to stop the fundraiser?

58 review for The Disappearing Friend Mystery

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nikki Glassley

    This book is a b s u r d. None of the ghost written mysteries are works of great art but this one... hoo boy. It is Very Bad. VERY. BAD. It does, however, have all the elements books are traditionally composed of, like characters, a plot, and words, so it gets two stars. I listen to these bad boys on audio and the reader is always atrocious, but this is the first time I’ve felt she made an offensive choice... white ladies should not try to mimic Hispanic accents especially when the character has This book is a b s u r d. None of the ghost written mysteries are works of great art but this one... hoo boy. It is Very Bad. VERY. BAD. It does, however, have all the elements books are traditionally composed of, like characters, a plot, and words, so it gets two stars. I listen to these bad boys on audio and the reader is always atrocious, but this is the first time I’ve felt she made an offensive choice... white ladies should not try to mimic Hispanic accents especially when the character has a Hispanic last name but does not have an accent mentioned anywhere in the text. I can’t believe anyone above her heard that and still approved it. Gross.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Brody A

    This book is a page turner because weird things kept happening. I think third through fifth graders should read this book because the words are smaller. IF you like other Box Car or mystery books I think you would like this book. This book focuses on raising money for a hospital and all of the mysteries that happen while the kids were trying to make money.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Daniel

    Cool I love this book but maybe you could help the readers out like by giving them more clues. Maybe you could make the list of people smaller. Cep making more books

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sierra Gonzales

    The Disappearing Friend Mystery, one of the many additions to The Boxcar Children series written by Gertrude Chandler Warner is a mystery to the Alden’s newly made friend. Introducing Beth, a new kid in the neighborhood, decides to team up with our known friends Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny to help raise money to build a new wing on the county hospital. But Beth suddenly doesn’t act the same. Along with her sudden changes in attitude, the Alden family notices how she begins to run off all th The Disappearing Friend Mystery, one of the many additions to The Boxcar Children series written by Gertrude Chandler Warner is a mystery to the Alden’s newly made friend. Introducing Beth, a new kid in the neighborhood, decides to team up with our known friends Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny to help raise money to build a new wing on the county hospital. But Beth suddenly doesn’t act the same. Along with her sudden changes in attitude, the Alden family notices how she begins to run off all the time. With another doctor upset with the plans and a yard worker angry with their fundraisers, who could be upset enough to ruin all of their hard work for raising money? This story is great for implementing in the classroom because: ~ The characters hold a great sense of relatability. The characters represent different age groups and make the reader feel a part of the big family. Also, their tragic origin creates a make-believe and exciting world for a good escape. This is a great read for a younger audience that introduces children to a realistic fiction. ~ The mystery genre is a great way to practice comprehension skills. The book lays out several possible suspects with different backstories that helps with understanding the different turning point in the story. In also encourages finding changes and gaps in plot and reinforces greater comprehension. Overall, The Disappearing Friend Mystery by Gertrude Chandler Warner is a great mystery filled with friends, family and helping others. I recommend these titles to a grade 3 classroom for its emphasis on comprehension.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lara

    The Boxcar children find a very good and very nice friend in the super market. she just mooved there. The hospital is trying to earn money for a new wing. AND THE BOXCAR CHILDREN WANT TO HELP! They are dog sitting, baby sitting, gardening, they held a car wash, they even helped by feeding somebodys cat whel they were away! But Beth is acting very wierd. People want to get the BOX CAR HELPERS out of buisnes. So sad huh? Theis our are suspects Beth, Charlie the fix it man, and Dr. Jackson a doctor The Boxcar children find a very good and very nice friend in the super market. she just mooved there. The hospital is trying to earn money for a new wing. AND THE BOXCAR CHILDREN WANT TO HELP! They are dog sitting, baby sitting, gardening, they held a car wash, they even helped by feeding somebodys cat whel they were away! But Beth is acting very wierd. People want to get the BOX CAR HELPERS out of buisnes. So sad huh? Theis our are suspects Beth, Charlie the fix it man, and Dr. Jackson a doctor who wants Silver City to have a new hospital. The box car children figure out that right before bad things happen Beth dissepars. In the end they figure out that Beth has a twin named Hether and that Hether is jealous of Beth because Beth always find friends when they move and Hether dosn't. Hether was trying to make things go wrong. Hther was evan trying to pretend to be Beth! When who they thought was Beth was nice that means thatit was Beth. When it was Hether she acted mean. THEY WERE TWINS! In the end Hether worked with them and they had lots of fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tyra

    This is one of the better ones we have read. Alex loved it and talked about it all day in between chapters speculating who was causing all the trouble. So cute to see her so excited and interested in it.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Elijah Libert

    This is a very, very good mystery, because it wasn't like the boxcar children usually discover the mystery. This one was actually a mystery, you did not know what was going on this time. This is a very, very good mystery, because it wasn't like the boxcar children usually discover the mystery. This one was actually a mystery, you did not know what was going on this time.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca (whenallotherlightsgoout)

    One of my favorite childhood series. I read over a hundred of them. The first 50 or so were in order; after that I read whatever book I could get my hands on :)

  9. 4 out of 5

    Meredith

    This was a good story, but it was a more difficult story to figure out who-dunnit.

  10. 4 out of 5

    WSL Library

    X2

  11. 5 out of 5

    Hazel

    A good series for the young reader.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    great when ur little

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