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The Mystery of the Icy Paw Prints

The Mystery of the Icy Paw Prints

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The Mystery of the Icy Paw Prints

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86 pages
29 minutes
Oct 20, 2015


Ethan and Ella follow some icy paw prints that lead to a brand-new mystery in the ninth book of Greetings from Somewhere, an exciting series about mystery, travel, and adventure.

Ethan and Ella are back in the USA, though they’re still far from home. While visiting Alaska, the twins see glaciers and grizzlies, kayak through fjords, and learn about polar bears! They also meet some native people who tell them that lately their food supplies have been going missing. And when Ethan and Ella spot some nearby paw prints, they wonder who the paws belong to…and if they might belong to the thief responsible for stealing all the food!

With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, the Greetings from Somewhere chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.
Oct 20, 2015

À propos de l'auteur

Harper Paris loves to travel. Her favorite cities in the world are Paris (like her name!) and New York City. She has collected many souvenirs on her travels, including a good-luck coin from Japan and a reindeer-horn pendant from Sweden. She also loves mysteries. When she was a kid, she read Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew books after bedtime with a flashlight. She now lives with her family (including two cats and a bunny, who are not good travelers) in Ithaca, New York.

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We’re going to crash into the mountain! Ethan Briar cried out.

That’s not a mountain, silly. That’s a cloud, his twin sister, Ella, said with a laugh.

Their pilot, Zane, steered their small plane through a thick cloud. For a moment the whole world was white.

Then they reached the other side, and the snowy face of Denali rose into the sky. Even from a distance, it looked massive!

"Now, that’s a mountain, their father, Andrew, said. Isn’t that incredible, kids? It’s the tallest one in North America!"

Their mother, Josephine, held her camera up to the window and clicked. This is quite the view. My readers are going to love these photos!

Mrs. Briar worked as a travel writer for their hometown newspaper, the Brookeston Times. The Briars were traveling around the world so she could write articles about different places.

Alaska was the eighth place they had visited so far. It was very different from their last stop, which was Australia. In Australia, the twins had gone snorkeling in the warm waters of the Coral Sea. Here in Alaska, it was winter, and there was snow everywhere.

Zane circled Denali several times before nosing the plane down to a nearby lake. He coasted just above the frozen surface. There’s a moose on the shore! he said, pointing.

The twins craned their necks. An enormous moose gnawed on the bark of a tree.

After Denali, they headed south. They flew over volcanoes, icefalls, and

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