Secrets of Shakespeare's grave / by Deron R. Hicks ; illustrated by Mark Edward Geyer.
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Summary:Discovering that a treasure has been bequeathed to her family, Colophon Letterford explores clues hidden in antique paintings, secret passages, and a locked mausoleum to discover a link between her family's legacy and William Shakespeare.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Circulation Modifier||Age Hold Protection||Active/Create Date||Status||Due Date|
|Hood River County Library||J FIC HICKS (Text)||33892100344135||Children's Fiction||Book||None||02/04/2016||Available||-|
- ISBN: 0544105044
- ISBN: 9780544105041
- Physical Description: 273, 10 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
- Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 2012.
Includes an excerpt from Tower of the Five Orders.
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Prologue -- What news, I prithee? -- Homeward did they bend their course -- My books ... shall be my company -- The ill wind which blows -- Under thy own life's key -- Be bounteous at our meal -- To me thy secrets tell -- To desperate ventures -- Quittance or obligation -- Most ponderous and substantial things -- Use careful watch; choose trusty sentinels -- A good direction -- All strange and terrible events -- Tedious stumbling blocks -- By the progress of the stars -- A secret to reveal -- Snares to trap mine enemies -- The insolent foe -- Heirs of fixed destiny -- Oh villainy! -- A monument upon thy bones -- Let slip the dogs of war -- Unquiet meals make ill digestions -- With hidden help and vantage -- Secrets of the grave -- In the bottom of a tomb -- Of other men's secrets -- Swifter than the wandering moon -- To listen after news -- With golden promises -- Foul deeds will rise -- This chase is hotly follow'd -- Regard him well -- "Come, gaoler, bring me where the goldsmith is: I long to know the truth hereof at large" -- Epilogue -- Appendix.
Discovering that a treasure has been bequeathed to her family, Colophon Letterford explores clues hidden in antique paintings, secret passages, and a locked mausoleum to discover a link between her family's legacy and William Shakespeare.
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Reading Counts! 4.4
Accelerated Reader 5.2
"A Junior Library Guild selection."
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