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Can YOU open the treasure chest? 



Mrs. Mihovk was cleaning out the back room when she came across a treasure box. WHAT IS IN IT? The date on the bottom of the box is from before the renovation. Who knows what sort of treasure it contains. The problem is there are a bunch of locks on the box!  Lucky for you there are also clues for how to get the locks open.

1. You might be able to open one lock by finding the final missing title in this link




5. Open this link. REMEMBER, librarians love ABC order. Usually authors but TITLES will do too.

6.On the subject of books 

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