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ISBN:0140329455
Author: Ellen Raskin
ISBN13: 978-0140329452
Title: The Mysterious Disappearance of Leon (I Mean Noel)
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Language: English
Category: Mysteries and Detectives
Publisher: Puffin (April 1, 1989)
Pages: 160

The Mysterious Disappearance of Leon (I Mean Noel) by Ellen Raskin



Home Ellen Raskin The Mysterious Disappearance of Leon (I Mean Noel). The Mysterious Disappearance of Leon (I Mean Noel), . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11. Table of Contents. 9 The Mystery Is Solved. 10 A Time for Thanksgiving. Leon, I mean Noel! Mrs. Carillon shrieked and threw her arms around a skinny man with brown hair, red moustache, and sunglasses. The little man struggled desperately to free himself from her tight embrace.

To say that I really like Ellen Raskin’s "The Westing Game" is an understatement.

If you have read Ellen Raskin's Westing Game, and even if you haven't, this is a book you really need to get your hands on. I've read some of her other books, but absolutely nothing comp The Mysterious Disappearance of Leon (I Mean Noel) is an amazing book that can be equally enjoyed by adults and children alike.

The Mysterious Disappearance of Leon (I Mean Noel) is a children's mystery novel by Ellen Raskin, published in 1971. They were married as children to solidify a business arrangement between their parents who had started a soup company. After several years apart, they plan to meet again as adults. During a sailing trip, Leon (who has changed his name to Noel), falls overboard

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Ellen Raskin was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and grew up during the Great Depression. She was the author of several novels, including the Newbery Medal-winning The Westing Game, the Newbery Honor-winning Figgs & Phantoms, The Tattooed Potato and other clues, and The Mysterious Disappearance of Leon (I Mean Noel). She also wrote and illustrated many picture books and was an accomplished graphic artist.

From the Newbery Award-winning author of THE WESTING GAME, more clever riddles and wordplay, clues to be found, and mysteries to be solved! Glub! Blub! Mrs. Caroline "Little Dumpling" Carillon isn't quite sure what to expect when she sets off to meet her husband, Leon. After all, she hasn't seen him since their wedding when she was five and he was seven. But their reunion is cut short when a storm knocks him off their boat, and he disappears completely, leaving only one very waterlogged clue (Glub! Blub!)

The disappearance of her husband is only the first of the mysteries Mrs. Carillon must solve
Reviews: 7
breakingthesystem
This is a witty, funny, oddball, charming, and poignant book written for children but to be enjoyed by adults just as well. (I've read it as both.) Like "The Westing House," full of (literally) colorful, eccentric, endearing characters who, while embarking on a quest to solve a mystery/puzzle, actually end up learning about who they are and who/what is important.
Gavirim
I picked this book for my son's 5th grade book club. I am quite interested to hear what the kids thought of it. I read it intensifying because it was so strange and I wanted to know what was going to happen next. Clever.
Naril
Neither of my children enjoyed this book. It was a bit of an odd read for them.
Malak
I loved Raskins books when I was in junior-high, and I often recommend them to friends for the next generation. I recently re-read them, and even in my mid-40's I still enjoyed them! These clever and well-written books are short on scandal and long on fun... Like juvenile fiction should be. And not a single vampire love-story, evil wizard, or duel-to-death, I promise!
Quinthy
When I was 10 years old, this book and The Westing Game (also by Ellen Raskin) were my absolute favorite books. Now my daughter is just about to turn 10 and I got the two books for her. She absolutely LOVES them both. They are clever books with wonderful word puzzles and they are also pretty funny. Even as an adult, I find them both fun to read. I highly recommend them.
Zbr
I had read this as a kid. After recently reading The Westing Game, I decided to read this one again. Very funny and entertaining read.
Hap
I bought this book for my 10 year old daughter. She loved the book and is looking forward to reading more books from this author.
A fun read and some really interesting (and tricky) puzzles. Not as great as the Westing Game, but still has the cuteness and charm of Ellen Raskin.