The Happy Hollisters and the Ghost Horse Mystery (Happy Hollisters, #29)
This one starts while kids and Indy and his sister are on their way back home from the last adventure.
a pink sea gull, how cool is that and to find out why and they go help the adventure along and hope to find other signs of the ghost on the island.
Never heard of short sheeting, so funny! Love the techniques they learn and all about the horses. Am familiar with them but more mysteries arise.
The Happy Hollisters and the Mystery of the Golden Witch (Happy Hollisters, #30)
This book finds the children helping a neighbor at his farm. It's Halloween time and they will take the use of his barn for a party. They also discover a few other mysteries to solve.
Everybody gets into the act of helping. Love learning about the molds we had seen old ones ourselves of china dish patterns in Ohio one year. So cool.
Sketches are great along the way. Kids get away with doing a lot of things others their age in a different time will never get to experience.
Old Tin is a riot and love the history of the vane.
The Happy Hollisters and the Mystery of the Mexican Idol (Happy Hollisters, #31)
Kids get to go on a trip with Uncle Ross and his family to Mexico. His friend discovered a Mayan treasure and he's got the map.
Lots of danger and being lost in this tale. Kids are wrapped up into all kinds of trouble.
Love reading about the Mayans as I've watched many shows on TV about them, so cool that the kids go there.
The Happy Hollisters and the Monster Mystery: (Volume 32)
This story starts out with a mystery right in their own town. A monster and the kids are able to get footprint cast from the state park...
Others have seen the monster and there are other mysteries as the story goes on.
Love the toys the kids are collecting for a library so kids less fortunate will borrow toys like a book library.
Wicked cool idea when you outgrow them.
The Happy Hollisters and the Mystery of the Midnight Trolls (Happy Hollisters, #33)
Sad for me that this is the last of the books in the series. Loved it so much I went and bought Kindle unlimited to be sure I could read them all.
Took about 2 months and have learned so much about others jobs and careers.
In this one there is braille and I am blind so this I was happy to learn about. love the alphabet at the beginning and how it's used in a code note when the kids really need it.
They get to even travel to Iceland with a blind friend that their grandmother is helping. Such cool things they are able to do.