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Publisher's Summary

Randy and Oliver Melendy awake one morning full of gloom. Their brothers and sisters are away, the house seems forlorn and empty, and even Cuffy, their adored housekeeper, can't pick up their spirits. Will they have to face a long and lonely winter?

But a surprise message in the mailbox starts a trail of excitement and adventure that takes them through the cold season. When summer comes around, the children have found 14 messages in all, and the end of the search brings them a rich reward.

Full of unforgettable moments and delightful twists of language, this fourth book in Elizabeth Enright's Melendy Quartet makes for a grand finale to an equally grand collection of stories.

Don't miss the other titles in the Melendy Quartet.
©1951 Elizabeth Enright Gillham, copyright renewed 1979 Nicholas W. Gillham, Robert M. Gillham II, and Oliver Gillham (P)2004 Listen & Live Audio, Inc.

Critic Reviews

"Elizabeth Enright has a quick eye for the unexpected, the amusing and the beautiful in what might just be ordinary experiences." (The New York Times)
"Elizabeth Enright's children are so real they seem to step right out of the pages to become one's closest friends. Don't miss them." (Chicago Sunday Tribune)

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Problems with Recording

I, my children and now my grandchildren have read and loved this series for decades. OK - we know them by heart. Pamela Dillman does a great job of reading the stories, but someone in Audible Tech has messed up: the chapter on 'named for a jewel/named for a bird' is missing more than HALF that chapter's words. I don't think Audible an do anything about this since this book was recorded almost a decade ago. But you should know about this. It's disappointing but I still rely on Audible and ALL of the Melendy Series.

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Greatest book ever!!!

This is one of the best books i have ever listened to!!! It has so much joy and surprises in it. I finished it in one day I could not stop listening to it! I wish that there was another book in the Series!🤩🤗👍 - 10yo

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Loved it

It was so good I’ve listen to it about three times and it’s almost my favorite audiobook it is so good. My name is Charlee i’m eight years old.

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Another Exciting Melendy Adventure!

We have loved each of the books in this series and were do sad to finish the last one!

In this book, Oliver and Randi work to solve clues after beginning a mysterious treasure hunt. My kids and I had lots of fun trying to guess the answers to each riddle and couldn't wait to find out what "treasure" the end would hold!

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Better than I expected

When I read that this book is chiefly about the youngest two Melendy children, I thought I might not like it as well as I did the others in the series. But, just like the others the book is chock-full of childish images, adventures and interesting characters.

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One of my favourite books in all time!

Great book, makes me think of my cabin with all the wonderful adventures.
Personally I think that this book is good for any age because it's full of exit net and wonder.
My favourite things about it is how they have to "follow" clues to get to the final clue.

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Amazing!!!!

We loved this story so much. It was heartwarming and interesting!😃 wishing for another one of these amazing books

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Meh, compared to the other stores

It’s ok, but it doesn’t really have a reason to exist or anything compelling that carries it through. I got the feeling that the only reason some clues existed was so we could revisit people from previous books, but the visits were two-dimensional. Anyway, if you are a child in love with the family you’ll probably love it; if you’re an adult with a visa to revisit this world, this one won’t cut it. The narrator is adequate to good.

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Superb Story

As usual Ms Enright doesn'tvdidsapoint with another Melendy familybstory, this time focussing on Randy and Oliver.