Meg Mackintosh and The Mystery at the
Mackintosh uncovers the thief of a jewel-encrusted chalice.
Meg take notes and photographs and makes some canny deductions,
an assorted array of costumed castle staff, harboring clues, parade
the pages, allowing readers to sharpen their own skills.”—Booklist
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Did You Know?
Castles in Europe evolved from small
wooden forts to huge
able to house a small army.
Throughout Europe, each region developed
its own castle designs, frequently copying sucessful
details from other castles.