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found lost lego pieces

going to read the hardy boys

used library resources to help my sister search for a used car

I used several of the library's automotive resources to help her search for a new-to-her car that meets her requirements, is in her price range, and gets decent ratings from Consumer Reports. So far it's looking like the Batmobile may be out of her grasp.

I read the A to Z Mysteries Series

i cheched out nancy drew no.2

i checked out nacey drew no.1

Medical Mystery #1

pretty easy question

Read "Third-Grade Detectives #8" by George Stanley

I liked that the book had codes in it to figure out.

Read Scooby-Doo and the Weird Water Park

I love Scooby-Doo, and this was a fun story I hadn't read or seen before.


I made a paper bug.

Read Jack and Jill

This is the story of Detective Alex Cross as he hunts down the murderous duo, Jack and Jill.

watched "神探狄仁杰"

watched a Chinese crime series: "Pursue"

I answered the canton time travel quiz

I read Skeleton Creek Book 4: the Raven by Patrick Carman

In this book Ryan and Sarah go on an adventure to find out what they will find at the end of their adventures. Following a sheet of paper that they must decode leading Sarah to different places where things are hidden which Sarah sends back to Ryan back in Skeleton Creek. In the end they become the new Crossbones and find Edgar Allen Poe's ghostbook where he admits he is part of the Crossbones and includes many ideas about stories he's had. I loved this book and if you get scared easily, leave the the lights on because this book gives you passwords to watch videos online explaining some things in the book.

read 1/4 of hardy boys

International Murders

Adult librarian, Joyce Simowski, shares her vast knowledge of international murder mysteries. Come learn about new authors and new detectives who are sure to intrigue you and fill your summer afternoons lounging around the pool and reading. Joyce will have lists to share on July 23 at 7:00 PM.

I followed my dog's tracks!!

Movie and a Craft Be a Detective

Children ages 2 to 5 years old and their caregivers are invited to join us in the Community Room on Wednesday, August 8th.  We'll be watching Caillou solve mysteries and then make a craft to use when we explore our own world.

Wednesday, August 8th 10:00 AM in the Community Room.

i read the 39 clues