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Masters of the Louvre: Paris, July 1908 (The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Book 4)
Masters of the Louvre Paris July 1908 - The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Book 4
Author: Richard Brightfield
ISBN-13: 9780553299694
ISBN-10: 0553299697
Publication Date: 12/1/1992
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
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Publisher: Bantam Books for Young Readers
Book Type: Paperback
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A race across the rooftops of Parisâ¦
The cafes of France after darkâ¦
A free-for-all at the Moulin Rougeâ¦
A guided tour through the galleries of the Louvreâ¦and
A lesson in the meaning of artâ¦
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These are only some of the adventures you will have as young Indiana Jones.
The year 1908, and you are in Paris, traveling with your parents, Professor Henry and Anna Jones, and your tutor, Miss Helen Seymour. While sightseeing, you become involved with the artists whose latest art movement will soon sweep the globe. You'll also get to meet many famous figures in history, such as Pablo Picasso, Degas, George Braque, Henri Rousseau, and Norman Rockwell.

Will you solve the humorous mix-up of a cubist painting?
Or will you join a group of artists who changed the way we see the world? Only you, as Indiana Jones, can choose your own adventure.
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You find a drainpipe that leads from the gutters at your feet to somewhere down below. You reach down and shake the pipe. It seems solid enough, You carefully climb down the roof below. Now you have only two stories to go. Unfortunately, the drainpipe ends right there.
Nearby, the high, sharply pitched roof of a smaller building next door is only a couple of feet away. You jump over and slide down the slates, coming to a stop at the gutter along the bottom of the roof.
Just below you is a line of clothed washing â bloomers, nightdresses, and sheets.
You jump off into midair, grabbing the sheet on the line and swinging in an arc as they land heavily on the roof of a dog house. You look around, then jump off the side and down to the ground.
At the same moment, a large dog comes charging out, its teeth clashing after you and growling in anger. What will you do?