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The Mystery Trip

By Zeller, Donna

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Book Id: WPLBN0003638005
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Reproduction Date: 1/1/2005

Title: The Mystery Trip  
Author: Zeller, Donna
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, Adventure
Collections: Authors Community, Adventure
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Publisher: Amazon Kindle ebooks
Member Page: Donna Zeller


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Perfect for pre-teens - fiction mystery and adventure.

To celebrate Brandon’s birthday, his parents plan a party for his family and friends on his favorite train. The train’s engineer, Buck, has ridden the track for most of his life. The excursion was to be his last; he had plans to retire. Not long after they begin their journey through the Pocono Mountains, everything along the old familiar train track suddenly changes mysteriously. Surprisingly, not everyone is aware of what is happening. Those who do notice don’t know why or how these transformations have occurred. Their encounter with the strangers who have accidentally caused the fiasco leads to numerous adventures and rekindled memories. In their quest to return everything to the way it was, Buck, Brandon, Matthew, and Jessie, along with their dogs, Moxie and Bull, find themselves partnered with the strange visitors.

Chapter One The train ride began as a family excursion to celebrate Brandon’s birthday. Everyone was excited as they boarded for a sightseeing trip into the Pocono Mountains. They were looking forward to the beautiful array of colors of the fall foliage. A stop was scheduled in a village where there would be plenty of time to walk around to take pictures or shop. The actual birthday party was going to be held in the main passenger car on the return trip. Brandon had invited the entire family and a few of his closest friends. Amongst those closest friends were Matthew and his favorite dog, Moxie. The conductor, Charlie, was helping everyone to get seated comfortably. The train’s engineer, Buck and his dog Bull, were working hard to get the old steam engine going.


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