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Books in American Girl Mysteries series

  • Danger At The Zoo: A Kit Mystery

    Kathleen Ernst, Jean-Paul Tibbles

    Hardcover (Amer Girl, March 1, 2005)
    Kit Kittredge lands a summer job writing a children's column for her local newspaper and looks for story ideas at the Cincinnati Zoo where plenty of trouble seems to be afoot. Simultaneous.
  • The Light in the Cellar: A Molly Mystery

    Sarah M Buckey, Jean Paul Tibbles

    Paperback (American Girl, March 1, 2007)
    Molly wishes she and her friend Emily had an exciting volunteer job that really helped in the fight to win World War Two. Instead, they're magazine delivery girls at Oak Knoll Hospital. Soon, however, Molly and Emily start to suspect that something very un-patriotic is going on at Oak Knoll--and their snooping leads them deep into trouble!
  • Doll Travel: Trips to take and crafts to make

    Trula Magruder, Casey Lukatz

    Paperback (American Girl, May 29, 2014)
    Girls can design a dream vacation for their dolls! This kit includes supplies girls can use to create make-believe theme parks, sandy beaches, and charming cruises. Includes a real doll-sized duffel bag, an idea book, and travel essentials: a pretend passport, mini international maps, faux airline tickets, souvenirs, play money, and more.
  • The Hidden Gold: A Marie-Grace Mystery

    Sarah M Buckey, Sergio Giovine, Galia Bernstein

    Paperback (American Girl, Feb. 28, 2012)
    Marie-Grace can't wait to begin her journey up the Mississippi River with her father. The steamboat they're traveling on is the biggest and fanciest boat Marie-Grace has ever seen. It's crowded with all sorts of interesting passengers, including Wilhelmina Newman, a girl her age. Wilhelmina is traveling alone, and she's carrying a secret in one of her trunks--clues to hidden Gold Rush treasure. Marie-Grace and Wilhelmina have to unravel the clues to find the gold--and they're not the only ones looking for it! An illustrated "Looking Back" essay provides facts about the 1850s.
  • Clues in the Shadows: A Molly Mystery

    Kathleen Ernst, Jean Paul Tibbles

    Paperback (American Girl, March 1, 2009)
    Molly still does her her patriotic duty to help America win World War Two, but in the spring of 1945 she's weary and troubled. Dad is home safe . . . but he seems different now. Her favorite Red Cross leader abruptly quits. Her archrival, Ronnie Vanko, is driving her crazy. And now someone is sneaking into the backyard shed and messing with the scrap she's collecting for the latest wartime drive. Who is the intruder: Ronnie, her own brother Ricky--or a prowler she spied in the night?This book includes a richly illustrated "Peak Into The Past" essay.
  • Peril at King's Creek: A Felicity Mystery

    Elizabeth McDavid Jones, Jean Paul Tibbles

    Paperback (American Girl, March 1, 2006)
    Felicity is spending the summer of 1776 at her family's Virginia plantation, King's Creek, where she rides her beloved horse Penny every day. But soon Felicity hears news that British soldiers are burning Patriot farms and raiding their animals. Could the British threaten King's Creek . . . and Penny?
  • Cecile and Marie-Grace PB Box Set

    Denise Lewis Patrick, Sarah Masters Buckey, Christine Kornacki, Cindy Salans Rosenheim

    Paperback (American Girl, Aug. 30, 2011)
    This keepsake boxed set features Cécile's and Marie-Grace's six beautifully illustrated books. Discover what it was like to grow up in America during the 1850s.The set also opens up to a fun-filled game. Collect cards featuring Marie-Grace and Cécile's favorite things, and earn points as you move around the board. The first person to finish is not necessarily the winner. Roll the die and see what happens!
  • Message in a Bottle: A Julie Mystery

    Kathryn Reiss, Juliana Kolesova

    Paperback (American Girl, Feb. 16, 2017)
    When Julie visits Gold Moon Ranch, a farming commune in California's gold rush country, the back-to-the-land lifestyle seems idyllic at first. But peculiar problems keep cropping up, almost as if someone was trying to shut down the commune! Then, on a secret trip to an abandoned gold mine, Julie stumbles on a mysterious message that hints at long-lost treasure. Julie is desperate to find it, before danger closes in on Gold Moon Ranch.
  • Brain Benders: Crosswords, Mazes, Searches, Riddles, and More Puzzle Fun!

    Darcie Johnston, Monika Roe

    Spiral-bound (American Girl, Aug. 28, 2014)
    Be prepared to bend your brain, flex your logic, and stretch your problem-solving skills! This book is filled with mind-bending and boggling puzzles to challenge even the most savvy puzzle lovers. You�ll find crosswords, word scrambles, logic games, mazes, math challenges, Sudoku, word searches, and more. So put on your thinking cap and get started!
  • The Runaway Friend: A Kirsten Mystery

    Kathleen Ernst

    Paperback (American Girl, March 1, 2008)
    Kirsten Larson has been living on the Minnesota frontier for only a few weeks when her neighbor and friend, Erik Sandahl, disappears. Erik had promised to help the Larsons at harvest time--and he owes Uncle Olav money. Has Erik run out on his promises? Everyone seems to think so--except Kirsten. Can she figure out what's happened to her friend? Takes place in 1854.
  • Intruders at Rivermead Manor: A Kit Mystery

    Kathryn Reiss, Sergio Giovine

    Paperback (American Girl, Feb. 25, 2014)
    Title: Intruders at Rivermead Manor( A Kit Mystery) Binding: Paperback Author: KathrynReiss Publisher: AmericanGirlPublishingInc
  • The Sister Book: A Guide to Good Times with Your Family

    Kristi Thom, Brenna Vaughan

    Paperback (American Girl, Aug. 27, 2015)
    Calling all sisters! The Sister Book is for you! Whether your family is filled with girls or bustling with brothers, the bonds you share with your siblings are super-special, and this book is all about celebrating them. Find fun ideas for activities to do together, plus helpful tips on getting through rough times. Best of all, you'll find suggestions for making memories to last a lifetime. Includes great advice from real girls and stories from real sisters, too.