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December 05, 2007

Gertrude Chandler Warner Created “The Alden Family Mysteries”

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audio-books-dec05.jpgGertrude Chandler Warner has written The Alden Family Mysteries, Madam Warner was a school teacher. She always used to look for fun and easy to read books for her students, but she could not find any children books which meet her specifications, so she made a decision to write a book all by herself. Her first chapter book “The Boxcar Children” earned a great success. The Alden Family Mysteries is a beautiful story of four children and their name are Henry, Jessie, Violet and Benny. In the story they all are very brave, energetic and independent children. Young readers are mad about this book, Ms. Warner wrote the first nineteen early reader chapter books in the Boxcar Children Mystery book series and after her death, different writers have contributed books to The Alden Family Mysteries series. The books have less than two hundred pages contained few sketches for the children to use as visual clues. And as Gertrude Chandler Warner wanted, the books are fun and easy to read.

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