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    • Erin M.

      The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart. This book was such a good read! It's for kids, but I read it after someone recommended, and I loved it! I've heard there are a few other books in this series as well, but I have not read them myself.

    • Goodnow Library Children's Room

      "The Mysterious Benedict Society" by written by Trenton Lee Stewart ; illustrations by Carson Ellis. Grades 5-9

    • rowsew

      The Mysterious Benedict Society - a series worth reading

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