1 edition of Mystery of the Yellow Hands (Baker Street Mysteries (Nelsonword)) found in the catalog.
Mystery of the Yellow Hands (Baker Street Mysteries (Nelsonword))
March 1998 by Tandem Library .
Written in English
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Stangerson's scientific research disappeared. Answer: Golden Snitch Question: What do you say to summon a broom to your hand? This activity can be done over if necessary.
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Mystery of the Yellow Hands book attempts are made on Ms Stangerson's life despite Rouletabille and Larsan's protection, and the perpetrator appears to vanish on two occasions when they are closing in on him, echoing Professor's Stangerson's research into "matter dissociation".
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Cut the mitten on the fold and staple open sides closed leaving the wrist part open.The story "The Hand of the Mandarin Quong" was rewritten for this book; first published as "Hand of the White Sheikh", Rohmer changed the setting to a Chinatown background and published it as "The Mystery of the Shriveled Hand"; the title was then changed again for this galisend.com: Arthur Henry Ward, 15 February.
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Book 1 of 4 in the Baker Street Mysteries Series. See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Readers will enjoy this fun quick read with a wonderful canoeing/camping adventure mixed in with the mystery. It is a great introduction to the mystery genre for young readers.
Recommended for grades Lexile level: /5.