By Rob M. Worley, Gertrude Chandler Warner
Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny Alden are in for an extra-special shock! they're going on a visit on a major shipment send to a abandoned South Seas island. whereas fishing and exploring the island, the youngsters notice clues that it's not abandoned in any case! sign up for The Boxcar young children of their photograph novel experience to discover their hidden neighbor at Blue Bay.
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Alden. I don’t want it to end. It isn’t going to end, Mike. We still have the adventure of taking Peter home. Just take things as they come. Try to like everything, even endings. 28 Then, they all boarded the lifeboats and headed back to the Sea Star. HOME Good news, Peter! Your father and mother are alive. They will be waiting for us at the dock in San Francisco. Over the next few days, Mr. Alden visited the radio room many times. On the trip home, each of the children wrote a book about their adventures.
They will be waiting for us at the dock in San Francisco. Over the next few days, Mr. Alden visited the radio room many times. On the trip home, each of the children wrote a book about their adventures. They kept busy, but they longed to get home. Soon the Sea Star arrived in San Francisco. How can we say good-bye to you, Lars? Maybe we’ll never see you again. You’ll see me again, all right. I often come your way. 29 Peter’s parents were there on the docks, waiting. Hi! Mom! Oh, Peter. I thought we would never see you again!
31 About the Creator Gertrude Chandler Warner was born on April 16, 1890, in Putnam, Connecticut. In 1918, Warner began teaching at Israel Putnam School. As a teacher, she discovered that many readers who liked an exciting story could not find books that were both easy and fun to read. She decided to try to meet this need. In 1942, The Boxcar Children was published for these readers. Warner drew on her own experience to write The Boxcar Children. As a child she spent hours watching trains go by on the tracks near her family home.