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Boxcar Children: The Lighthouse Mystery ; #8.

In this story of the boxcar children, the Aldens get involved in questions about a boy's unusual behavior after they rent a lighthouse.

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  • "In this story of the boxcar children, the Aldens get involved in questions about a boy's unusual behavior after they rent a lighthouse."@en
  • "Renting a lighthouse is unusual, but even more so is an unfriendly boy's peculiar behavior."@en
  • "A mysterious woman, a dog barking every night at midnight, a puzzling note in the sand all add to a mysterious summer in a lighthouse."@en
  • "Benny's curiosity is aroused when an unidentified midnight visitor is seen at a deserted seashore cottage."
  • "A mysterious woman, a dog barking every night at midnight, a puzling note in the sand all add to a mysterious summer in a lighthouse."@en
  • "The Alden children, who are spending the summer in a lighthouse on the New England coast, are disturbed by a mysterious woman walking the lighthouse grounds."@en
  • "The children, who are spending the summer in a lighthouse on the New England coast, are disturbed by a mysterious woman walking the lighthouse grounds. Jessie's dog Watch wakes up growling almost every evening at midnight, and Henry finds a puzzling note in the sand."
  • "While spending the summer with their grandfather in a lighthouse on the New England coast, the Boxcar children begin to notice mysterious events going on around them."@en
  • "One warm night four children stood in front of a bakery. No one knew them. No one knew where they had come from. Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny used to live alone in a boxcar. Now they have a home with their grandfather and are spending the summer in a lighthouse on the New England Coast. Jessie sees a mysterious woman walking on the grounds of the lighthouse late at night. Watch, Jessie's dog, wakes up growling almost every evening--at midnight. And Henry finds a puzzling note in the sand...Many more strange things will happen before the Boxcar Children can solve The Lighthouse Mystery."@en
  • "The Children spend the summer at a lighthouse, where a mysterious woman walks the beach."@en
  • "A mysterious woman, a dog barking every night at midnight, and a puzzling note in the sand all add up to a mysterious summer in a lighthouse."

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  • "Graphic novels."@en
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  • "Detective and mystery stories."@en
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  • "Juvenile works."@en
  • "Juvenile works."
  • "Detective and mystery stories"@en
  • "Fiction."@en
  • "Fiction."
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  • "Fiction"
  • "Mystery fiction."
  • "Mystery fiction."@en
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  • "Electronic books."

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  • "Boxcar Children: The Lighthouse Mystery ; #8."@en
  • "Lighthouse mystery /"
  • "The Lighthouse Mystery #8 /"@en
  • "The lighthouse mystery. Boxcar #8."@en
  • "The lighthouse mystery."
  • "The lighthouse mystery."@en
  • "The Lighthouse mystery"
  • "The lighthouse mystery"@en
  • "The lighthouse mystery"
  • "Lighthouse Mystery"@en
  • "Gertrude Chandler Warner's the Boxcar Children"@en
  • "The lighthouse mystery /"@en
  • "The lighthouse mystery /"
  • "The lighthouse mystery --- #8."@en
  • "Lighthouse mystery."