Publisher description for Riddles from the hope chest / Becky Freeman.
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When a sweet, elderly lady with a mysterious past comes to town,
Joy starts to meddle–and bungles things, big-time!
A core series in the Children of Faith line, Becky Freeman’s Camp Wanna Banana Mysteries use exciting adventures to help instill in grade school kids a deep love of God. Young readers love the action-packed escapades of ten-year-old twins Jake and Joy, and their “twibling” (twin sibling) friends, Marco and Maria, which take place at what could be the very best Christian youth camp in the world!
Book Five begins as campers start arriving at Camp Wanna Banana for the summer, and as a kind, elderly woman named “Mopsy” moves to Tall Pines. Everyone loves Mopsy. But when Joy reads somebody else’s mail one day, she starts to suspect that dear, sweet Mopsy just might be hiding some very important secrets.
Soon, Joy is snooping in places where she shouldn’t–and meddling in ways that bring problems not only for her, but for everyone she loves. As she seeks to uncover the truth about Mopsy’s past, Joy learns the hard way that sticking our noses into other people’s business–even with the best of intentions–can only end in trouble. She also learns that with God’s help, and a little bit of grace from other people, things sometimes turn out all right in the end, after all.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Secrets Fiction, Conduct of life Fiction, Christian life Fiction, Mystery and detective stories