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Tell us what you like, so we can send you books you'll love. Sign up and get a free eBook! Book 5 of Hardy Boys Adventures. Price may vary by retailer. Aladdin February Length: Lungbarrow Gunnery Sergeant Posts: It's mentioned on Wikipedia as well.
Chapter 4-the third paragraph too! We were a dozen yards from the lift when we heard a bark. True, kids may not know what a jalopy is I'm particularly familiar with the word not only because of The Hardy Boys but also because of Archie Comics- Archie Andrews is famous for driving a red jalopy too - but I also think it's good to introduce kids to vocabulary words that they can go look up. Hardy Boys Adventures 5. Book 1 was the best. Price may vary by retailer.
I wish people would cite references for these things but where would you stop if it was enforced? What reference do you need to cite for already published books?
Perhaps we should enforce referencing for mentions of as-yet-unpublished books only? Well, that's probably a discussion for the talk pages of the wiki but hardly anyone edits there anymore since WHLFan disappeared off the scene!
Maybe it's the ghostwriter himself or herself, wanting to boost their book? I don't know- I guess we'll find out soon enough if it's accurate. Oh yeah- and I do think requesting a citation for books yet-to-be published would be a good idea. Though I don't know if everyone would follow it- and if it's a case like I suggested in my last post, they may not be able to offer any citations in any case.
I'm currently reading "Peril At Granite peak".
It's also nice to see The Queen make a reappearancebut I've got to question the use of the word 'jalopy'just how many kids are going to understand that it means a rust-bucket of a car? Very cool to see The Queen show up!!!
I take it that means Chet Morton also appears in the book- hopefully with Iola as well? And maybe even a scene at the Morton farm? True, kids may not know what a jalopy is I'm particularly familiar with the word not only because of The Hardy Boys but also because of Archie Comics- Archie Andrews is famous for driving a red jalopy too - but I also think it's good to introduce kids to vocabulary words that they can go look up.
Chet's in the book, but not Iola. And it is set nowhere near Bayport. Thanks for the info. Well- still cool to see Chet and his car anyway.