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By Marc Taylor Nobleman

ISBN-10: 0756507685

ISBN-13: 9780756507688

Discusses Cinco de Mayo, the vacation while humans take into accout how Mexicans completed army victory in 1862 opposed to France within the conflict of Puebla.

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Chet chimed in. Biff, too, thought Frank's guess was farfetched, and added, "Enough of deductions. How about some chow? " He looked hopefully up the ravine, but Chet, for once, was more excited about detecting than eating. "Please, fellows," he begged, "let's go a little way up the beach yet. " "Okay," Frank agreed. "Only a quarter of a mile. " The sandy shore wound about the face of a great bluff of black rock, and when the boys had skirted this precipice they were confronted by a dark opening at the base of the cliff just a few yards away.

The banter flew back and forth until the meal was finished. Then Chet put out the fire and the boys packed for the return trip. Camping in the salty sea air seemed to give them extra energy. They sang their way along the top of the cliff, where they picked up the digging tools and made the long descent to the fisherman's house. Mrs. Donachie came out to greet them. "Oh, I'm so glad all you boys returned safely from those awful caves," she said. " Joe grinned. "Is Johnny here? " "He's out fishing," the woman said.

Why, yes," Joe said. The storekeeper shook his head solemnly. " "From Bayport," Frank offered. " "I thought so," returned the bewhiskered man with a great air of satisfaction, as though his judgment had been verified. " "It's a matter of five miles by the road. " Chet asked. "Oh, yes. A fisherman lives nearby-name of John Donachie. He might allow you to camp near his cottage. But if I was you I wouldn't do no campin' thereabouts. That is," Mr. " "We'd like to explore them," Joe said. The old fellow gasped.

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