The Hidden Gold
A Marie-Grace Mystery - American Girl
All you have to do is look a little closer to find the gold!
The main conflict in the book is that Wilhelmina can't figure out the meaning of the clues to the hidden gold that her father left before he passed away.
I think the point of view in this book is second person.
There is a picture of a steamboat because the books setting is on a steamboat.
The riddle book is an important part in the book because the riddle book is where Wilhelmina's dad put the clues to find the gold.
There is a picture of a gold pan because Wilhelmina's father turned the gold that he mined into a frying pan and a cooking kettle.
I think that the theme of this book is kindness and helping people, I think this because Marie-Grace let's Wilhelmina room with her. Also, Marie-Grace helped Wilhelmina find the gold that her father left her.