“Wow! Could you imagine living in a house like this?” Kendall asked.“Could you imagine having to clean a house like this?” Jamie answered.Both Kendall and Jamie had inherited their love of old things from their parents. At that moment they wereMore“Wow! Could you imagine living in a house like this?” Kendall asked.“Could you imagine having to clean a house like this?” Jamie answered.Both Kendall and Jamie had inherited their love of old things from their parents.
At that moment they were visiting a huge mansion that allowed tours. They had come with their friends Erica and Andrea and their father.Mr. Broderick was talking with one of the restorers in another part of the house. All four of the kids were in the front room of the house, looking around.The room had several pieces of furniture clustered around a huge, ornate fireplace. A woman was standing in front of the fireplace, sketching in a small pad of paper. The walls around the room were hung with a number of old pictures, most of the portraits.Jamie was about to say something when they were suddenly interrupted by the sound of a huge crash.
It came from the room they were right next to. They each looked at each other for a second, and then quickly rushed into the room to see what had happened.They discover a statue that has been smashed, but who did it?See if you can solve this 15-minute mystery before the Brodericks do.LearningIsland.com believes in the value of children practicing reading for 15 minutes every day. Our 15-Minute Books give children lots of fun, exciting choices to read, from classic stories, to mysteries, to books of knowledge.
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