The History Mystery
Castleberry Farm Mystery Series Book 7
Book 7 in the Farm Mystery Series. Join Jason and Andy as the Nelson family listens to letters from their family’s past. What did Grandfather really see years ago? Is is in fact the history mystery? What does barbed wire have to do with mice? Those mysterious tire tracks near the barn – who made them? And how many batches of chicken salad will Mom have to make before they solve the egg mystery? Read The History Mystery to find the answers.
All the Books in the Farm Mystery Series:
- One: Footprints in the Barn
- Two: The Mysterious Message
- Three: Midnight Sky
- Four: Who, Me?
- Five: Weighty Matters
- Six: Where There’s Smoke
- Seven: The History Mystery
- Eight: Lights Out!
- Nine: Trapped
- Ten: The Case of the Missing Man
Join Jason and Andy as they try to solve the mysterious happenings on the Nelson family’s farm. These are books that the whole family will enjoy. In fact, many have used them as read-aloud-to-the-family books. Parents can be assured that there are no murders or other objectionable elements in these books. The boys learn lessons in obedience and responsibility while having lots of fun. There are no worldly situations or language, and no boy-girl relationships. Just happy and wholesome Christian family life, with lots of everyday adventure woven in.
Perfect for ages 8-14 to read, and great for reading aloud to even younger children.
About the Castleberry Family and the Farm Mystery Series
We’re a Christian family of ten – Dad, Mom, and eight children. The difference in age from our oldest to youngest is 19 years. We have homeschooled each of our children throughout their school years, and we love the closeness and blessing that it has brought to all of us. In 1992, the Lord moved us to this farm in northern Wisconsin, and we have so enjoyed learning and growing together here.
Steve is a marketing professor at the University of Minnesota in Duluth, about a 40 minute drive from the farm. He and Susie his wife decided to start writing about some of their humorous experiences in farm life and turning them into stories. And the rest is history — soon the stories began to take shape as The Farm Mystery Series.