8 edition of The Court of the Stone Children found in the catalog.
by Peter Smith Publisher
Written in English
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The Court of the Stone Children Library Binding – June 1, by Eleanor Cameron (Author)/5(11). Although it is no longer my favorite book, The Court of Stone Children remained in the back of my mind the way few books ever I started it, but when it turned out to be above my reading level I put it down and forgot about it until about a year later, when I read it again and immediately decided it was my favorite book /5.
The Court of the Stone Children Winner, National Book Awards for Children's Books. The Court of the Stone Children. Aided by the journal of a young woman who lived in nineteenth-century France, Nina solves a murder mystery dormant since the time of Napoleon.
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Nina doesn’t like living in the city, but the move was necessary because her father has been ill and in need of a job. Still, Nina misses her friends. Among the summaries and analysis available for The Court of the Stone Children, there are 1 Full Study Guide and 2 Book Reviews.
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