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by Mary Cunningham

  • Author: Mary Cunningham
  • ISBN: 1590805755
  • ISBN13: 978-1590805756
  • ePub: 1581 kb | FB2: 1820 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Publisher: Echelon Press Publishing (January 5, 2011)
  • Pages: 160
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 395
  • Format: docx lrf lit doc
Curse of the Bayou: Cynthia's Attic ePub download

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Cynthia’s Attic Series and More. Book 1-The Missing Locket. Colorful pirates, SuRana– a shape-shifting puma, and an old Cajun guide named Mud Bug join Cynthia and Gus as they explore the Curse of the Bayou. Book 2-The Magic Medallion. Book 3-Curse of the Bayou. Book 4-The Magician’s Castle. Book 5 – The Legend of Lupin Woods! Ebook Shorts. The latest quest for the adventurous, twelve-year-old best friends finds them in a Louisiana bayou.

Mary Cunningham Books. Her childhood experiences, and a recurring dream about a mysterious attic, inspired her to create characters, Cynthia and Augusta Lee, for her award-winning 'Tween series, "Cynthia's Attic. Like Cynthia and Gus, her childhood best friend, Cynthia and she grew up in a small, Southern Indiana tow. he setting for the series.

Author, Mary Cunningham grew up in the sleepy little town of Corydon .

Author, Mary Cunningham grew up in the sleepy little town of Corydon, Indiana. And she really means, "in the town!" Her house was just beyond the main intersection that took Southern Indiana cars and trucks from north to west. Years later, those joyful summers would be recalled in the five-book series, "Cynthia's Attic. With Cynthia's Attic, the original concept with the clock showing, subtly, in the background, captured the "going back in time" storyline, perfectly. Margaritas, Mayhem & Murder cover was d.

With the help of a magic trunk in Cynthia's attic, this time-traveling duo venture back to 1914 New Orleans

With the help of a magic trunk in Cynthia's attic, this time-traveling duo venture back to 1914 New Orleans. The warm welcome and advice from old friend, Gabriella, is small comfort when Mud Bug warns them to stay away from Buzzard Jack LaBuse, the meanest, orneriest pirate this side of the Mississippi, his gang of misfits, Snags, Darby, and Salty Sam, their thieving parrot mascot.

Mary Cunningham's Curse of the Bayou is full of tail spinning adventure. Curse of the Bayou is the third book in the charming Cynthia's Attic series. From the swamps of the Louisianna Bayou to a Southern Indiana farm - our dynamic duo of Cynthia and Gus are never far from the dangerous hook of the evil pirate, Jack LaBuse. Each action packed chapter is crafted with colorful characters and suspenseful cliffhangers. Gus and Cynthia are off on another crazy-cool adventure that takes them from alligator-infested swamps to pirate ships! The girls sparring friendship is fun and believable. What others are saying. Welcome Mary Cunningham, author of the Cynthia's Attic series! Real Friendship In Cynthia's Attic Cynthia and I came into the world just three months apart. The Legend of Lupin Woods. Margaritas, Mayhem & Murder (An Andi Anna Jones Mystery Book by Mary Cunningham - BookBub. Attic Spaces Attic Rooms Attic House Attic Bathroom Attic Playroom Attic Floor Garage Attic Home Gym Garage Attic Closet.

This book explores how the Virgin Mary's life is told in hymns, sermons, icons, art, and other media in the Byzantine . The present paper concentrates on an image of the Virgin depicted in the vault of the apse.

This book explores how the Virgin Mary's life is told in hymns, sermons, icons, art, and other media in the Byzantine Empire before AD 1204. She sits on a throne, holding a book where is written beatam me dicent, a quotation from the Magnificat hymn (Luke 1,46-55) – the words with which Mary, after the Annunciation, addressed her cousin Elizabeth.

The third book in the Cynthia’s Attic series, Curse of the Bayou, is loosely based on that fateful trip. The two best friends time-travel back to Louisiana to see if they can discover what happened to Augustus, or Beau, as he’s portrayed in the story. Barbara had to learn to care for a paralyzed dog; not an easy task, but they both thrived. Barbara became a best-selling author, penning, Through Frankie's Eyes, One woman's journey to her authentic self and the dog on wheels who led the way, then her children's picture books, Frankie, the Walk N Roll Dog and Frankie the Walk N Roll Therapy Dog.

The lastest quest for the adventurous, twelve-year-old best friends finds them in a Louisiana bayou

The lastest quest for the adventurous, twelve-year-old best friends finds them in a Louisiana bayou.

Colorful pirates, SuRana-- a shape-shifting puma, and an old Cajun guide named Mud Bug join Cynthia and Gus as they explore the Curse of the Bayou. The latest quest for the adventurous, twelve-year-old best friends finds them in a Louisiana bayou. There, they search for answers in the disappearance of Cynthia's great-grandfather, Beau Connor, who was on his way down the Mississippi River to sell a flatboat full of produce. With the help of a magic trunk in Cynthia's attic, this time-traveling duo venture back to 1914 New Orleans. The warm welcome and advice from old friend, Gabriella, is small comfort when Mud Bug warns them to stay away from Buzzard Jack LaBuse, the meanest, orneriest pirate this side of the Mississippi, his gang of misfits, Snags, Darby, and Salty Sam, their thieving parrot mascot. A trip to the Connor's Southern Indiana farm reveals a strange connection between Beau and Buzzard Jack, and a family curse that might be responsible for Cynthia's great-grandfather's disappearance. Returning to New Orleans, a harrowing ride on a roller coaster sends them farther back in time to 1844, straight into the clutches of the evil pirate, fighting for their lives. A mysterious treasure and heart-stopping adventure lead to a final confrontation in the girls' mission to save Great Granddaddy Beau.
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In Indiana in 1964 best friends Cynthia and Gus decide to learn what happened to the former's great-grandfather Beau who vanished in 1915 while on a business trip. The two best friends enter the attic of Cynthia's home and the trunk sends them through time where they avoid being alligator bait thanks to some bologna Gus had. The quickly learn it is 1914 when they meet octogenarian Mouton" Mud Bug" Boudreau who warns the two young girls to avoid pirates like Buzzard Jack LaBuse. He begins taking them by canoe to New Orleans when he and his boat vanish.

The two buddies find themselves in 1844 where Jasmine is quite nice to them and so is her ten years old son Mooty called Mud Bug by everyone. From there the clues take them to 1915 and the farm of Samantha Connor whose spouse Beau vanished last year on a business trip in New Orleans. The girls know they are getting closer to finding Beau but wonder where they will go next in time.

The third Cynthia's Attic young adult time travel mysteries (see Magic Medallion and MISSING LOCKET) is a fabulous tale as the two intrepid best friends journey back and forth through time. The preadolescent pair remains consistent even with Gus having some non hunger moments while the support cast especially Mud Bug as an elderly person and a child make for a fun Bayou adventure with a fantastic final twist setting up the next entry.

Harriet Klausner
Malahelm
Curse of the Bayou is the third book in the charming Cynthia's Attic series. Gus and Cynthia are off on another crazy-cool adventure that takes them from alligator-infested swamps to pirate ships! The girls sparring friendship is fun and believable. Oh-so-perfect Cynthia with her wrinkle-free clothes and perfect nails vs. Oh-whatever Gus with baloney stuffed in her pockets. I loved the character of Mud Bug who goes from an 80-year-old cackler to a 10-year-old Cajun kid in just a few chapters! Add an accused witch, a scraggily parrot, a shape-shifting Puma, and a villanous pirate and this book has more twists than the Bayou itself. I recommend this book to girls who enjoy adventure stories and good friendships.
Otiel
Mary Cunningham's Curse of the Bayou is full of tail spinning adventure. From the swamps of the Louisianna Bayou to a Southern Indiana farm - our dynamic duo of Cynthia and Gus are never far from the dangerous hook of the evil pirate, Jack LaBuse.

Each action packed chapter is crafted with colorful characters and suspenseful cliffhangers. Pages turn quickly as we must find out the secret of the disappearance of Cynthia's great grandfather, Beau Conner!

A very satisfying ending with a surprising revelation has us all wanting to see what Mary comes up with for her next book in this series!

WARNING - Do not read this book if you are hungry! Mary's vivid descriptions of the delectible dishes of Louisiana will make your tummy rumble even more!!
Weernis
Cynthia's Attic brought me back to the excitement and adventure of my childhood within the tale of Cynthia and Gus's tale in The Curse of the Bayou. Now, I'm scrambling to read all the adventures I've missed before. I highly recommend this tale to the young and the young at heart.

~T.L. Gray - Author of The Blood of Cain
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