Solomon Snow and the Stolen Jewel by Kaye Umansky

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Solomon Snow and his stalwart friends return in a second mock-Victorian extravaganza!

In their second adventure, the intrepid trio becomes ensnared in a plot to steal a priceless ruby. But what do a stubborn donkey, a shady dwarf, and Mr. Skippy the rabbit have to do with it all?
 

About Kaye Umansky

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Kaye Umansky has written many delightful and humorous books for young readers. She lives in London.
 
Published March 13, 2007 by Candlewick. 256 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Accompanied by Prudence, the local poacher’s daughter, and the Infant Prodigy, a lisping circus child, Solly confronts overly affectionate kidnappers, a silver-loving orphanage matron and The Dirtiest Boy in the World.

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This pseudo-Dickensian sequel to The Silver Spoon of Solomon Snow (2005, re-titled in 2007), takes Solly, Prudence and the Infant Prodigy on a quest to rescue Prudence’s poacher father from the County Jail.

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Cheap to feed.” After he purchases the cart and donkey, Solly learns that the donkey only moves when a sea chantey is sung.

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