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Kay's Story, 1934

ISBN-10: 1481427555
ISBN-13: 9781481427555
Author: Whitby, Adele
Interest Level: 2-5
Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Publication Date: January 2015

Copyright: 2015

Page Count: 160

Series: Secrets Of The Manor

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Grades 2-5

Reading Level

Guided Reading:
Lexile: 740L
Accelerated Reader Level: 4.9
Accelerated Reader Points: 4.0
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BISAC Subjects


JUVENILE FICTION / Family / General (see also headings under Social Themes)

In this stunning conclusion to the Chatswood family's story, the first story arc of the Secrets of the Manor series, a mysterious benefactor helps the Vandermeers during the Great Depression-and readers finally discover the family's biggest secret! The Great Depression is raging across America and even the Vandermeers have fallen on hard times. In an attempt to stay afloat, Kay and her parents have started living in the guest cottage and getting Vandermeer Manor ready for renters. Money starts coming in when a mysterious man purchases some family heirlooms, but questions are raised when it comes to light that the wealthy benefactor has knowingly paid more money for the heirlooms than they are actually worth. Who is he, why does he want to help the Vandermeers, and what does he want in return? In this sixth installment of Secrets of the Manor, the biggest family secret will finally be revealed-a secret that's been hidden away for eighty years. Have you followed the trail of clues that were sprinkled throughout the first five books? Discover the truth in this thrilling conclusion to the first arc of this fascinating historical fiction series! And don't miss the next books in the Secrets of the Manor series coming in Summer 2015-featuring a new family with its own set of intriguing secrets!
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