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Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C.S. Lewis

The Dawn Treader crew frightfully sails into darkness because Reepicheep, who is a talking mouse, wants to venture into it for honor. They hear someone yells for help, and they help him get on board. It turns out the man they save is Lord Rhoop, who is one of the seven lords they are looking for. After Lord Rhoop warns them of the land where dreams (and nightmares) come true, the Narnians on board except for Reepicheep start to fear the land. After they escape the darkness, the whole place thankfully disappears, and there is only the bright shining sun.

Boxcar Children: The Clue in the Corn Maze

A corn maze at a big farm is vandalized. The vandal tries to scare the farm owner, Ken, and leaves a note that says, "Cancel the festival or you'll just have trouble." The Alden children finds clues to find out who the vandal is. At first they suspect Ken's brother and Ken's son David because of a phone conversation. They catch the vandal in the act when she is trying to take back the note (she realizes she has gone too far). Peggy, the vandal, wants to buy the farm because it was owned for three generations in her family.

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