Sleuth It: Super Bookworm
Read "The Winter People" by Jennifer McMahon - this was a good mystery ghost story - stayed up late to finish it
It was like a investigation about fashion
It's about five mouse friends trying to solved a mystery about a mouse trying to make people to closed their shop. So they could something out of the place.
This is book 9 of the Roman Mysteries series by Caroline Lawrence. Though a "children's" book (because the main characters are children), adults who appreciate historical fiction combined with a good mystery will enjoy this series. Lawrence does a fabulous job "painting" (with words) a vivid picture of what life was like in AD 79 and 80 in the Ancient Roman Empire and the Greek Isles. She doesn't flinch when describing the often harsh and occasionally gory details of the living conditions back then, slave use and trading, gladiator games, animal sacrificing and other ways the ancient Romans and Greeks worshipped their gods.
I liked it because there was funny part where someone gets covered in dust.
This was a Sherlock Holmes mystery and, of course, the ending was so surprising.
This is one of my favorite series of all time. Nancy was one of my favorite heroines growing up and it was fun reading it again as an adult.
Nancy's friends lost Nancy!She just disappeared when they fell asleep.They couldn't be without her!Where could she be?
They learn about mummies
i read a story about 4 2nd grade detectives there trying to figure out if there school nurse is a spy or not
Janie face to face by Caroline B. Cooney — This is the final book in Cooney's "Face on the Milk Carton" series. It wasn't quite as suspenseful as the description on the book jacket led me to believe.
Went to the first day of connect your summer at the library.