The Boxcar Children are vacationing in London, England, where there is so much to see and do. Yet, as they eat their fish and chips, watch the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, and see the famous crown jewels of England, Violet can’t shake the feeling that someone is following them. Have the Aldens flown across the ocean straight into a mystery?
Grandfather’s college roommate, Edward, has spent years collecting toys, gadgets, and rides from carnivals and state fairs. When the Boxcar Children visit Edward, his mansion seems like a toy-filled paradise for the Boxcar Children. But they soon discover that something is very wrong in the old house. Strange music plays in empty rooms, machines turn themselves on and off, and furniture moves itself from room to room. When the Boxcar Children find out that the world’s most famous magician once performed there, they begin to wondercould Edward’s house be haunted by the ghost of Harry Houdini?
Benny is excited when his friend Tyler and his little brother Sam come to play. Tyler warns Benny that two-year-old Sam can be a handful, but Benny doesn’t think he looks too bad. When Sam ruins their puzzle and then disappears, Benny realizes Tyler is right. Sam is bad news! Will Benny and Watch be able to find Sam before he makes even more trouble?
When a dog training school opens in Greenfield, the Boxcar Children bring Watch in to learn some new tricks! But at the very first class, a Dalmatian goes missingdid the dog run away, or was he stolen? And when a second dog vanishes at the next class, it’s clear that the Aldens have a dog-gone mystery to solve!
The Boxcar children need to find the person that is trying to make them leave the caves around the Dragon’s Mouth Cavern.
When the Boxcar Children help out in a local garden, they dig up one strange thing after another! First, the tomato plants seem to move every day. How can that be? Then the Aldens follow the clues to an unsolved bank robbery, and it’s clear that a very big mystery is growing in Greenfield!
Grandfather has just bought a plot of land in the Rocky Mountainscomplete with a ghost town! When the Aldens hear their land is haunted they don’t believe it. But when they see a ghostly figure in the main street, they know something’s up. There’s a mystery and the Aldens are determined to solve it!
Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny used to live alone in a boxcar. Now they have a home with their grandfather, and they have started a children’s birthday party planning business.Cakes! Decorations! Party games and favors! The Alden children are having fun helping out the at neighborhood birthday parties. But then, a house is robbedits hidden safe emptiedwhile Jessie, Henry, Benny and Violet are downstairs entertaining the young guests! When a second house safe is robbed during one of their parties, the Boxcar Children decide there’s a mystery to be solved. Will they succeed before another safe is emptiedand another birthday ruined?
The Boxcar Children see the sights in beautiful cities from coast to coast (and in between) and solve a mystery at every destination! Includes three Boxcar Children Mysteries: Special #13The Mystery in New York,Special #10The Windy City Mystery,and #57The Mystery in San Francisco.
One day Benny whistles for Watch, but he doesn’t come. Later, when Watch returns home, Benny discovers a hole under the fence. Watch has been using it to get out of the Aldens’ yard. Where is Watch going? Does Benny’s best friend have a secret?