Twenty Gold Falcons by Amy Gordon

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Aiden hates moving to the city with her mother after her father dies unexpectedly. She mourns her father, misses the farm, and doesn't fit in at her snooty private school. But then she hears about the stash of valuable coins called gold falcons hidden in the Ingle Building. Her search for it unleashes a remarkable chain of events and brings her in touch with unforgettable characters, including smart-aleck elevator operators, an eccentric millionaire, and a mouse that appears to appreciate opera. This novel is filled with danger rip-roaring fun, and countless surprises.

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Amy Gordon has written several books for children. She taught drama at the Bement School. She has lived all over the world, including in France, England, and Brazil, and now resides in Massachusetts.
Published May 15, 2010 by Holiday House. 240 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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Not to mention sharing an apartment with an opera-singer uncle who’s struggling with his voice, becoming caught up in the lives of an extended family of elevator operators and becoming friends with a cousin who lives in a treehouse.

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