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The Latchkey Kids By Vivian Munnoch
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What would you do if you came home from school alone and heard noises in the basement? Five kids, twelve and thirteen years old and on their own before and after school, each faces their own... More > struggle. A broken home, illness, crushes, bullying, depression, absent parents, suicidal thoughts, broken friendships, and fears of being only a kid and home alone. There is also the strange noises houses make when they are quiet and you are alone, particularly the noises in the basement. Something is down there. Madison, Andrew, Kylie, Anna, and Dylan are brought together by circumstances that feel overwhelmingly out of their control. The temptation of exploring an old abandoned brick building, loneliness, and fleeing an attempted abduction,each is drawn to the old abandoned building for different reasons. There, they will fight for their lives, where the monsters in the basement nest.< Less
The Latchkey Kids and the Escape from California By Dante Salvatierra
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The Latchkey kids attempt to escape the clutches of a corrupt and power hungry Presidential candidate.
The Latchkey Kids and the Search for the Sacred Statue By Dante Salvatierra
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The Latchkey Kids seek the pieces of an ancient statue to release a spirit that haunts their classroom. The children have to face their fears, the torment of bullies, the trials of illnesses and... More > worst of all, an adult world that scarcely acknowledges them. Written for children and adults ages 8+. Cover Art by Nikki Coffman. Teacher's Guide now available at author's lulu.com storefront.< Less
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The Latchkey Kids and the Trip Through the Mysterious Portal By Dante Salvatierra
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The sequel to The Latchkey Kids and the Search for the Sacred Statue. The Latchkey Kids discover an entry into an alternate universe. Unfortunately what was simply exploring a cave becomes a rescue... More > mission in a land where everything is different and no one can be trusted.< Less
The Latchkey Kids and the Fight for a Free Fifth Grade By Dante Salvatierra
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This is the third book in The Latchkey Kids Series. The Latchkey Kids uncover a dangerous conspiracy at Kennedy Elementary. They may change history by what they find and unfortunately they may pay... More > with their lives.< Less
The Latchkey Kids and the Search For the Sacred Statue - Teacher's Guide By Dante Salvatierra
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Contains synopsis of the novel, questions and answers, project and discussion ideas related to Salvatierra's The Latchkey Kids and the Search for the Sacred Statue. Novel is also at lulu.com see... More > author's storefront for details. Novel is written for children ages 8+, questions designed for readers 4th-8th grade. Author is also an elementary school teacher.< Less
The Latchkey Kids and the Search For the Sacred Statue - Teacher's Guide By Dante Salvatierra
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Contains synopsis of the novel, questions and answers, project and discussion ideas related to Salvatierra's The Latchkey Kids and the Search for the Sacred Statue. Novel is also at lulu.com see... More > author's storefront for details. Novel is written for children ages 8+, questions designed for readers 4th-8th grade. Author is also an elementary school teacher.< Less
Kids Under the Latch Key By Cherie White
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During the summer of 1987, then sixteen-year-old Grace Bradshaw, her younger brother Max, and neighborhood friends befriend Randy Spence, a twenty-one-year-old mentally disabled man with the IQ of a... More > child. Mocked by many in the corrupt small town, Randy is taken under wing and protected by his younger friends while learning hard lessons about the way most people treat those who are different. Along the way, Grace, her brother and younger neighborhood friends also learn shocking lessons about good and evil.” A first-person narrative told by a now middle-aged and widowed Grace Bradshaw McGuire to her adult children, “Kids Under the Latch Key” is a heart-touching story of the summer which prompted her to question God and challenged her initial belief that all humans are inherently good.< Less

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