Book Summary:

The mystery all begins as the Graham Quartet are walking through the snowy woods. The Graham Quartet includes siblings Elsa, Matt, Tim, and Selena who find themselves wrapped up in a possibly dangerous adventure while trying to help a stranger. The trouble seem to center around the towns local furniture factory as the siblings see many strangers coming and going. They take it upon themself to help their new friend and get to the bottom of the mystery happening in their hometown.

Book Review:

This is one of those books that when you start you have a hard time putting it down. The Grahams are a close knit Christian family that pull together to do what is right for the stranger they meet and their community. This book is free from bad language and I like the obvious respect and love shown within their family. I’m guessing middle school age students would like it best but as an adult I enjoyed it and it would also be a read aloud for younger children. The author, Rebekah A. Morris, is a homeschooled graduate from southwest Missouri. She enjoys books, writing and teaching writing. If you would like to learn more about this very talented young author and the other books she has written check out our interview with her!

 

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INTERACTIVE RESOURCES FOR “The Graham Quartet and the Mysterious Strangers”

WRITING PROMPT

Writing prompt: How would the outcome have been different if the Graham family had not made themselves involved in the mystery?

Writing Prompt provided by Time4Writing, one of the foremost resources for homeschool writing courses.

Interactive Spelling Games for “The Graham Quartet and the Mysterious Strangers”

Alphabetize Arrange the words in alphabetical order.
Hang Mouse Complete each word by filling in the letters one at a time.
Missing Letter Figure out which letter is missing from each word.
Test-N-Teach Practice spelling words and hear them used in sentences.
Word Unscramble Rearrange the letters to correctly spell the words on the list.

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