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  1. I read this hoping all the way through that you’d say whether Ginger gets found. I’m assuming she does! — But like a seasoned reviewer, you don’t have any spoilers here. 🙂

    I know I read some E.E. when I was younger, but I don’t remember which ones. This one doesn’t sound familiar, but it does sound engaging.

    Totally understand what you’re saying about the long sentences and chapters…

  2. I haven’t read this one yet, but I need to add it to my list. : ) The only Eleanor Estes book I’ve read is The Hundred Dresses which I loved and will definitely be reading to the girls one of these days. I think you/your girls would like that one, too.

  3. Oh, I’m glad you wrote about this one being that I’ve been staring at it sitting on my shelf for awhile. I meant to get to it during the Children’s Mystery Challenge since you mentioned it was a mystery but obviously that didn’t happen. Now I look forward to it with even greater anticipation!

    I’m random today, just as you like it. =)

  4. We read through Ginger Pye twice, because the children liked it so much! And, it is a great read. This past summer we finally checked Pinky Pye out of the library. What a fabulous read as well! Our family thoroughly enjoyed this sequel, and recommend it.

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