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Oh I wanted to like thisthan I did But the puzzles made little sense, with too many red herrings and other not helpful hints, and the mystery made not muchsense view spoiler I knew all along that there was a reason Noel did not want to be found, but I have no idea how we re to figure out why he didn t, or what the puzzle was hide spoiler And the HEA ending Nah Oh I wanted to like thisthan I did But the puzzles made little sense, with too many red herrings and other not helpful hints, and the mystery made not muchsense view spoiler I knew all along that there was a reason Noel did not want to be found, but I have no idea how we re to figure out why he didn t, or what the puzzle was hide spoiler And the HEA ending Nah (((FREE PDF))) ⇡ The Mysterious Disappearence of Leon (I Mean Noel) ⇥ For the answers to many important questions, children should try this story crammed with baffling word puzzles, a dozen zany characters, uproariously funny situations, and unmitigated slapstick The Horn Book Illustrated This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title A favorite This book progresses in just the right way I was fascinated by the word people when I first read it as a kid, and this time I could clearly see in my mind s eye how this story would read as a film Oh how dramatic the Glub Blub scene would be Mrs Carrillon kneeling on flotsam, Leon I mean Noel sinking into the ocean, Noel glub C blub all I glub, new And WHAM Yardarm to the noggin It s such a sweet story of people who find they loved each other all along.Additionally, the A favorite This book progresses in just the right way I was fascinated by the word people when I first read it as a kid, and this time I could clearly see in my mind s eye how this story would read as a film Oh how dramatic the Glub Blub scene would be Mrs Carrillon kneeling on flotsam, Leon I mean Noel sinking into the ocean, Noel glub C blub all I glub, new And WHAM Yardarm to the noggin It s such a sweet story of people who find they loved each other all along.Additionally, the lessons learned from the story helped me against bullies in junior high once, when I was chased from the lunchroom across the street to the seminary building by some obnoxious girls who were asking me what kind of underwear I wore For a shy shy kid, this was too much to bear, and I ran rather than answer them However, just as I got to the front door of the seminary building I remembered Mrs Carrillon s personal preference, and turned to face the girls to repeat one of her best lines, I don t wear underwear I wear purple flowered bathing suits And, leaving the two girl bullies with their jaws in the road, I flounced into the safety of the building Thank you Mrs Carrillon Thank you Augie Kunkle Grape Mrs Carrillon and GRAPE YOU Amusing, lighter fare from Raskin The puzzle mystery in this one revolves around solving the glub blubs, that is, filling in chunks of a sentence that were swallowed by the ocean as a mysterious person drowned while trying to communicate a secret message to Mrs Carillon She is assisted in her detecting solve the riddle, find her missing husband by twins Tina and Tony and the gentle Augie Kunkel Charming. 3.5 stars This is not as good as The Westing Game, but has much the same sort of humor, if I remember correctly. Ellen Raskin was one of my favorite authors when I was in elementary school I kind of thought her books would get less disturbing as I got older, butno. A favorite This book progresses in just the right way I was fascinated by the word people when I first read it as a kid, and this time I could clearly see in my mind s eye how this story would read as a film Oh how dramatic the Glub Blub scene would be Mrs Carrillon kneeling on flotsam, Leon I mean Noel sinking into the ocean, Noel glub C blub all I glub, new And WHAM Yardarm to the noggin It s such a sweet story of people who find they loved each other all along.Additionally, the A favorite This book progresses in just the right way I was fascinated by the word people when I first read it as a kid, and this time I could clearly see in my mind s eye how this story would read as a film Oh how dramatic the Glub Blub scene would be Mrs Carrillon kneeling on flotsam, Leon I mean Noel sinking into the ocean, Noel glub C blub all I glub, new And WHAM Yardarm to the noggin It s such a sweet story of people who find they loved each other all along.Additionally, the lessons learned from the story helped me against bullies in junior high once, when I was chased from the lunchroom across the street to the seminary building by some obnoxious girls who were asking me what kind of underwear I wore For a shy shy kid, this was too much to bear, and I ran rather than answer them However, just as I got to the front door of the seminary building I remembered Mrs Carrillon s personal preference, and turned to face the girls to repeat one of her best lines, I don t wear underwear I wear purple flowered bathing suits And, leaving the two girl bullies with their jaws in the road, I flounced into the safety of the building Thank you Mrs Carrillon Thank you Augie Kunkle Grape Mrs Carrillon and GRAPE YOU I want to give it a 5 but that s because it was a personally transformative book The transformation, honestly, had wayto do with the context of my life than it did the book That s not to say it wasn t an awesome piece of lit to put in the hands of a fifth grade reader in the 1970s It was recommended to me by my 5th grade reading teacher Prior to this, I was only interested in reading non fiction or fiction that read like an historical account This book gave me a great big taste of, H I want to give it a 5 but that s because it was a personally transformative book The transformation, honestly, had wayto do with the context of my life than it did the book That s not to say it wasn t an awesome piece of lit to put in the hands of a fifth grade reader in the 1970s It was recommended to me by my 5th grade reading teacher Prior to this, I was only interested in reading non fiction or fiction that read like an historical account This book gave me a great big taste of, Huh The goofy plot twists based on a child bride soup heiress were intoxicating After that, my reading choices broadened, significantly I first read this when I was in 6th grade I m 36 as of this writing and still read this every once in a while Titles are often times the first thing that grabs me when I browse for a book, and this title was no excecption This is the first fiction book I read that included unusual footnotes and typography, leading to admirations of David Foster Wallace, James Joyce, and other experimental writers The fascination with words and symbols were also a plus for me It s a fast and funny story tha I first read this when I was in 6th grade I m 36 as of this writing and still read this every once in a while Titles are often times the first thing that grabs me when I browse for a book, and this title was no excecption This is the first fiction book I read that included unusual footnotes and typography, leading to admirations of David Foster Wallace, James Joyce, and other experimental writers The fascination with words and symbols were also a plus for me It s a fast and funny story that I have been waiting for the movie adaptation of since my first read That ending was so saddd and I hated that she view spoiler wasted her entire life looking for someone and then didn t even get together with him, if I remember correctly hide spoiler , that was rll disappointing But it was sweet The end That ending was so saddd and I hated that she view spoiler wasted her entire life looking for someone and then didn t even get together with him, if I remember correctly hide spoiler , that was rll disappointing But it was sweet The end