|Author:||Franklin W Dixon|
|Publisher:||Wanderer Books (1981)|
|Other formats:||lit rtf mbr txt|
When an ancient stone idol disappears, the Hardy Boys are off on another fast-paced adventure. It's a mystery that takes the boys from a primitive village in the Andes Mountains to Antarctica and finally to Easter Island.
When an ancient stone idol disappears, the Hardy Boys are off on another fast-paced adventure. By using their fine investigative skills.
The Hardy Boys Series. 190 primary works, 242 total works. Book 1. The Tower Treasure. Shelve The Stone Idol. by Franklin W. Dixon.
Like Nancy Drew, the books in the The Hardy Boys series re written by ghostwriters under the collective pseudonym Franklin W. And yes, the earlier books were better than the latter ones.
Franklin W. Dixon is the pen name used by a variety of different authors (Charles Leslie McFarlane, a Canadian author, being the first) who wrote The Hardy Boys novels for the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Dixon is the pen name used by a variety of different authors (Charles Leslie McFarlane, a Canadian author, being the first) who wrote The Hardy Boys novels for the Stratemeyer Syndicate (now owned by Simon & Schuster) as well as for the Ted Scott Flying Stories series published by Grosset & Dunlap. The following series or books have been published under the name Franklin W. Dixon: The Hardy Boys Mystery Stories (1927–2005). But by using fine investigative skills, the Hardy Boys find that the mystery of the stone idol is not what it seems!
WHEN an ancient stone idol disappears, the Hardy Boys are off on another fast-paced adventure. An important clue takes them to a primitive village of the South American Andes Mountains.
Series history: The Hardy Boys is a creation of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, the creators of dozens. Dixon, is the pen name or house name that has been used for all Hardy Boys books, except for the graphic novels and Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys SuperMystery. For the Nancy Drew crossover books the Nancy Drew house name, Carolyn Keene, was used.
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You can read book The Stone Idol by Franklin W. Dixon in our library for absolutely free. The boys rushed into the underbrush and concealed themselves beneath some tall bushes. Dixon - 065 The Stone Idol. Franklin W. Dixon - 066 The Vanishing Thieves.
Wanderer Books, 1981. Written by Vincent Buranelli. First Trade Paperback printing. Light reading crease on part of the spine. Crease running from Frank’s knee through the N in Stone. May not show in scan. It did not show until I tilted the book in the light. Light corner/cover wear. The image you are seeing is the actual book you will be receiving, not a stock photo. I always combine shipping to help you save money.