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From the mixed-up files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, by Elaine L. Konigsburg : literature units

A little girl feels she is not appreciated and leaves home to live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York where she becomes involved with an old woman and a statue with a secret.

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  • "From the mixed-up files of Mistress Basil E. Frankweiler"
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  • "A little girl feels she is not appreciated and leaves home to live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York where she becomes involved with an old woman and a statue with a secret."@en
  • "Having run away with her younger brother to live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, twelve-year-old Claudia strives to keep things in order in their new home and to become a changed person and a heroine to herself. Claudia knew that she could never pull off the old-fashioned kind of running away...so she decided not to run FROM somewhere, but TO somewhere. And so, after some careful planning, she and her younger brother, Jamie, escaped -- right into a mystery that made headlines! Annotation. When Claudia and Jamie plan to run away from home, they decide that the Metropolitan Museum of Art would be a very comfortable place to live. So they settle in and soon find themselves in the middle of a controversy over the authenticity of a new statue."
  • "Having runaway with her younger brother to live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, twelve-year-old Claudia strives to keep things in order in their new home and to become a changed person and a heroine to herself."
  • "Having runaway with her younger brother to live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, twelve-year-old Claudia strives to keep things in order in their new home and to become a changed person and a heroine to herself."@en
  • "Having run away with her younger brother to live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, twelve-year-old Claudia strives to keep things in order in their heroine to herself."@en
  • "Twelve-year-old Claudia and her brother Jamie run away to New York and take up residence in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. There she sees a statue so beautiful she wants to discover its maker. The first clue is the statue's former owner, an unusual old woman named Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler."
  • "A humorous detective story."@en
  • "Having run away with her younger brother to live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, twelve-year-old Claudia strives to keep things in order in their new home and to become a changed person and a heroine to herself."@en
  • "Having run away with her younger brother to live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, twelve-year-old Claudia strives to keep things in order in their new home and to become a changed person and a heroine to herself."
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  • "When suburban Claudia Kincaid decides to run away, she knows she doesn't just want to run from Once settled into the museum, Claudia and Jamie find themselves caught up in the mystery of an angel statue that the museum purchased at auction for a bargain price of $225. The statue is possibly an early work of the Renaissance master, Michelangelo, and therefore worth millions. Is it? Or isn't it? Claudia is determined to find out. Her quest leads her to Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, the remarkable old woman who sold the statue, and to some equally remarkable discoveries about herself."@en
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  • "Having run away with her brother to live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, twelve-year-old Claudia strives to keep things in order in their new home and to become a changed person and a heroine to herself."@en
  • "Adventure, suspense, detection, and humor are involved when 12-year-old Claudia and her younger brother elude the security guards and live for a week in New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. When Claudia decided to run away, she planned very carefully She would be gone just long enough to teach her parents a lesson in Claudia appreciation. And she would live in comfort-at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She invited her brother Jamie to go, too, mostly because he was a miser and would have money The two took up residence in the museum right on schedule. But once the fun of settling in was over, Claudia had two unexpected problems: She felt just the same, and she wanted to feel different; and she found a statue at the museum so beautiful she could not go home until she had discovered its maker, a question that baffled even the experts. The former owner of the statue was Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler And without her help Claudia might never have found a way to go home."@en
  • "Claudia decided to run away and live at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She found a statue at the Museum so beautiful she could not go home until she discovered its maker."
  • "Twelve-year-old Claudia and her little brother run away to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. There they become involved in a mystery concerning a statue which may, or may not, be by Michelangelo."@en

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  • "Juvenile literature"@en
  • "Juvenile literature"
  • "Children's stories"
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  • "Adventure stories"@en
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  • "Children's stories, American"@en
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  • "From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler"
  • "From the mixed-up files of Mrs. Basil E. frankweiler : with an afterword by the author"
  • "From the mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler"
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  • "From the mixed-up files of Mrs Basil E. Frankweiler"
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  • "From The Mixed-Up Files Of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler"
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  • "From the mixed-up files of Mrs Basil E. Frankweller"
  • "From the mixed-up files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler : reproducilbe activity book"@en
  • "From the mixed up files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler"
  • "From the mixed up files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler"@en
  • "From the mixed-up files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler Newerry Award"@en
  • "From the mixed-up files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler. [Newbery Medal-1968]"@en

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