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The Boxcar Children have been chosen to be on an exciting new show! A camera crew is following the Aldens around the city of Philadelphia as they compete with another team in a search for clues. But the search isn’t easy, and someone is giving them the wrong directions! Who is trying to ruin the game?

©2010 Albert Whitman and Company (P)2012 Oasis Audio

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The Boxcar Children go Reality TV

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

It had to happen: The kids are on a reality TV show. We've been cracking up as the times have changed but the kids are still the same age. They went from the original setting in the 1920s (the first book) to cell phones and reality TV (this last one). But some things never change - the cracked pink cup figures prominently in the this story? Spoiler alert: Would someone really hold the cracked pink cup hostage to win a reality TV show?!?!

Any additional comments?

We've listened to 124 of these Boxcar Children books now. (We do a lot of driving.) All in perfect chronological succession. Is there anyone else out there who's done that?