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Graeme Base “The Eleventh Hour”


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#1 Ocean waves

Posted 04 April 2020 - 01:31 AM

My 7 year old and I have been working through this and have cracked the code. Originally I said they needed to wait until age 10 but I figured it was fun to do whilst we home school (plus it’s so likely some other kid would just blab the answer one day and  she would lose interest). It was a lot of fun and a great thing to do together.

Are there any other books with mysteries to solve and codes through the pages to crack like this?




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