A Growing Suspicion: A Rebecca Mystery

A Growing Suspicion A Rebecca Mystery Rebecca and Ana are spending spring vacation volunteering at a Japanese garden in Brooklyn Rebecca is enchanted by the lush landscape of ferns and waterfalls the exotic orchids and the gardener s be

  • Title: A Growing Suspicion: A Rebecca Mystery
  • Author: Jacqueline Dembar Greene Sergio Giovine
  • ISBN: 9781609583606
  • Page: 206
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rebecca and Ana are spending spring vacation volunteering at a Japanese garden in Brooklyn Rebecca is enchanted by the lush landscape of ferns and waterfalls, the exotic orchids, and the gardener s beautiful wife Yet everything Rebecca does there turns out wrong Someone seems determined to damage the garden and to cast suspicion on her and Ana Can Rebecca find the reaRebecca and Ana are spending spring vacation volunteering at a Japanese garden in Brooklyn Rebecca is enchanted by the lush landscape of ferns and waterfalls, the exotic orchids, and the gardener s beautiful wife Yet everything Rebecca does there turns out wrong Someone seems determined to damage the garden and to cast suspicion on her and Ana Can Rebecca find the real culprit before the girls are banished from the garden for good

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    2 thoughts on “A Growing Suspicion: A Rebecca Mystery

    1. Jacqueline Dembar Greene Sergio Giovine Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the A Growing Suspicion: A Rebecca Mystery book, this is one of the most wanted Jacqueline Dembar Greene Sergio Giovine author readers around the world.

    2. It was unreasonable to put the blame on Rebecca and Ana, since the trouble started before they got to the garden.

    3. I've given up on ever loving Rebecca's characters in the books. To me, she's disobedient and selfish, and it bums me out because I was so excited about a Jewish character! I love the parts of her books that deal with Jewish or Russian culture, but it's hard to enjoy too much when Rebecca is constaly disobeying or doing inappropriately things and it just works out in the end.I did manage to enjoy this book, though it was a poor decision to read this after Addy's really meaningful mystery, which e [...]

    4. I enjoyed following Rebecca and Ana in the last few weeks of their summer break. Their friendship with the gardener neighbor leads to a volunteer position, and soon they are faced with accusations and mysterious events. The girls take risks that today would be seen as fool-hardy, but seem appropriate at the time. Again, the author presents the girls sneaking out at night by deceiving Ana's parents in order to accomplish their goals. I disagree with the American Girls' philosophy of teaching thes [...]

    5. I enjoyed the realistic friendship between Rebecca and Ana, and the descriptions of the Japanese garden were fantastic, probably made even better for me due to the fact that I had the privilege of visiting one a few months ago, so reading this was like a refreshment of my memory.As for the mystery, I've certainly read better; I guessed who was causing all the disruptions in the garden before the person was uncovered. It still had all the right lead-up clues, spooky noises in the dark, and suspic [...]

    6. I was more excited about the idea of the story than the actual reading of A Growing Suspicion. It wasn't that interesting to me in the "mystery" aspect. I did appreciate the "Looking Back" information on education in gardening and botanical gardens. The Glossary is always a favorite addition to the back of a book for me.

    7. I really enjoyed this book. It is perhaps one of my fav in the AG line. My only criticism of the story is that there is a great deal of info in Japanese culture but not so much of an American Jewish girl. I loved the beauty of the Japanese culture and hope to visit a botanical garden soon due to the story. Imagine sitting in a grand garden reading a book. :)

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