Spunky tomboy Trixie Belden can't stay out of trouble . . . or stay away from mysteries And now Trixie's first three adventures are available in a boxed set of the retro books with Julie Campbell's text from the 1940s editions and Mary Stevens's original line drawings. After all, who can resist tomboy Trixie; her rich best friend, Honey; and their adventures with a runawaySpunky tomboy Trixie Belden can't stay out of trouble . . . or stay away from mysteries And now Trixie's first three adventures are available in a boxed set of the retro books with Julie Campbell's text from the 1940s editions and Mary Stevens's original line drawings. After all, who can resist tomboy Trixie; her rich best friend, Honey; and their adventures with a runaway kid in a miser's mansion, a stolen red trailer, and a lost diamond in an rickety old gatehouse?...
|Title||:||Trixie Belden 3-Book Set|
|Number of Pages||:||109 Pages|
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Trixie Belden 3-Book Set Reviews
Some kids loved Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys, or Encyclopedia Brown. I was all about Trixie Belden when it came to preteen mysteries. I loved Trixie's "romance" with Jim, her best friend, Honey's, adopted brother. Plus, Trixie was a tomboy. Not quite as perfect as Nancy.
Trixie made me happy when I was a kid. Didn't she make you smile a little, too? :-)
DID ANY OTHER MEMERS READ THE TRIXIE BELDEN BOOKS OR CHERRY AMES BOOKS? :D?I TRIED TO READ TRIXIE BELDEN BECAUSE I LOVED THE OLD SCHOOL NANCY DREW BOOKS BUT I COULDN'T GET INTO THEM.WE HAD A COUPLE OF TRIXIE BELDENS THAT WERE MY MOM'S WHEN SHE WAS A KID, AND I GOT A FEW FROM THE LIBRARY, BUT I WAS NEVER AS INTO THEM AS I WAS INTO NANCY DREW.MY MOM TRIED TO GET ME INTO TRIXIE BELDEN AS A KID, BUT I WASN'T INTERESTED.
The first three books in the series introduce many of the main characters and give us three great mysteries, too. I still love this series, so I highly recommend you see where it all began.Read my full review at Carstairs Considers.
I read these in late elementary school and early junior high, and they were hugely influential. A mystery series centered a strong, independent and action-oriented girl . . . I read every one. Thanks, Trixie, for inspiring me in many ways. :)
these are the mysteries that I loved. Nancy Drew wore hose, Trixie was tomboy. I first learned about the day of the dead in one of these stories. to this day, I enjoy reading mysteries that teach something: history, folk lore, politics (see Ian Rankin)
This was my first mystery series that my Aunt Martha introduced me to in elementary school -- i still love them, although i must say they seem a bit dated when i read them now. I mean who says "jeepers" and drives a jalopy these days?
These were my favorite pre-teen mystery novels : )
you just got to love trixie!!!!