Mystery of the Empty House

Mystery of the Empty House

Dorothy Sterling / Dec 08, 2019

Mystery of the Empty House Look cried Pat There s a light in the empty house Impossible says Barbara That place has been deserted for ages But there is a light ng past the darkened windows Someone or something is prowling ther

  • Title: Mystery of the Empty House
  • Author: Dorothy Sterling
  • ISBN: 9780395617182
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback
  • Look cried Pat There s a light in the empty house Impossible, says Barbara That place has been deserted for ages But there is a past the darkened windows Someone or something is prowling there in the dead of the night Come on, whispers Barbara We re going to find out what s going on before it s too late

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      • Dorothy Sterling

        Dorothy Sterling Dannenberg was a Jewish American writer and historian.She was born and grew up in New York City, attended Wellesley College, and graduated from Barnard College in 1934 After college, she worked as a journalist and writer in New York for several years In 1937, she married Philip Sterling, also a writer In the 1940s, she worked for Life Magazine for 8 years In early 1968, 448 writers and editors, including Sterling, put a full page ad in the New York Post declaring their intention to refuse to pay taxes for the Vietnam War.Sterling was the author of than 30 books, mainly non fiction historical works for children on the origins of the women s and anti slavery movements, civil rights, segregation, and nature, as well as mysteries She has won several awards for her writings, including the Carter G Woodson Book Award from the National Council for the Social Studies for The Trouble They Seen Black People Tell the Story of Reconstruction in 1976.


    1. This is a very good children's book from scholastic. For a children's book it had a lot of interesting facts in there about the revolutionary war time period that I did not know about. It is a quick read but entertaining.

    2. Dated, absolutely. A girl putting on pedal-pushers to play baseball? Oh, Please! Didactic? That too. Stopping in the middle of the action to explain about George Washington and his network of Revolutionary Spies? YAWN!But on the other handd this is important to me. That girl IS playing baseball. With boys. Not very well, perhaps. But at no point did the author stop to say "because Pat was a girl". Rather it's more likely that this is because she's played baseball only in her school's gym, having [...]

    3. Another enjoyable Powell's find. I knew that Sterling had written The Brownie Scout Mystery, but I knew nothing of her impressive life story and her "lucid, well- researched portrayals of historical African Americans written decades before multiculturalism became mainstream." (See Los Angeles Times obituary here.)This book is as white-bread as The Brownie Scout Mystery, but it does include Revolutionary War history and decidedly un-cookie-cutter kids with real, even crabby, personalities. I like [...]

    4. Very good story from my old Book Club bootie. Though old, I don't think the story is dated except for maybe the naming of the girls (Barbara, Pat) and the fact that one of the characters' father died in the Korean war. Into all this a little bit of history, secret hiding places, spies and puzzles. Pretty good for a juvenile story.

    5. I am so glad to discover Dorothy Sterling. Her writing moved smoothly and kept me interested. I was surprised at how quickly I read the book. I loved the pieces of history sprinkled through the story. It was done very well, without slowing the plot. I look forward to reading more of her books.

    6. This was a Weekly Reader Book Club favorite for my family. After we all got older we searched so we each could have our copy. My sister recently reread it with her son and they loved it.

    7. I love this story and how the kids solve the mystery. This is a great story to get kids interested in history. This is another book I wish I had when I was a kid.

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