Mandie and the Secret Tunnel (Mandie, #1) by Lois Gladys LeppardMandie Shaw, almost a teenager, is certain God no longer loves her as she watches her father being lowered into his grave. Mandies move into a neighbor familys home, when her mother remarries, does not soften her grief. Her only comfort is the promise from her fathers faithful Cherokee friend, Uncle Ned, to watch out for her and be a friend. Will Mandie be able to escape her new and nearly intolerable home situation? Will she find her long-lost family? Will the mysterious key unlock the door to the secret tunnel and her own familys history?
For children 8-13, mystery adventures set in the North Carolina backwoods at the turn of the century.
Mandie and Daniel
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Mandie and I met at the first football game before our freshman year of High School. My parents had a rule that I could not date until I was 16, and we were both only 14 years old at the time. We found out that we lived across the street from each other, so we planned to meet up at the park between our houses since I was not allowed to go out on a date. We walked the park and picked dandelions and even exchanged bracelets that had our names on them. This was the start to our 7 year dating relationship. On our 7 Year Anniversary, I had an entire day date planned out for Mandie, and she wanted it to be a surprise so she did not know any of our activities. After dinner, we went to our old high school and went to find the exact spot we first talked to each other outside of the football game our freshman year.
Hello all! The website link to the book is temporarily unavailable right now. But it should be accessible soon! Hello readers, I understand the link to the story was no longer working, so I'm reposting it. I apologize for the wait. It doesn't exactly follow the books, but it was still good even if inaccurate.
Hi guys. Long time no see, huh? I was just unbelievably busy with AP exams and finals and also going through about the worst time in my life with something else unrelated. It was a really hopeless period and gave me a different point of view on a lot of things, such as this story. I wrote this chapter back in March but wasn't satisfied with it and so left it for 4 months.
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