Includes seven mysteries for the reader to solve. Includes a Crime Solver"s Handbook with tips on invisible writing, secret codes, fingerprints, and more.
|Statement||Hy Conrad & Bob Peterson ; illustrated by Lucy Corvino.|
|Contributions||Peterson, Bob, 1967-, Corvino, Lucy, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ5.C76 So 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||96037010|
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The Second Usborne Book of Solve It Yourself Mysteries (Usborne Solve It Yourself) Paperback – June 1, by Phil Roxbee Cox (Author), Rupert Heath (Author)5/5(1). You’ll have to be sharp, pay close attention and use logic to solve each challenging mystery in this collection of 18 whodunits starring Commander Kellie and the Superkids. And along the way, you’ll uncover powerful mysteries from God’s Word that will keep you coming back for more! Paperback Book. By Christopher P. N. Maselli. Solve-It-Yourself Mysteries by Lucinda Landon. Your kids will love solving mysteries alongside Meg Mackintosh, a sleuth who uses her powers of observation and analysis to crack tricky cases. The Meg Mackintosh Mysteries is a series of educational books that let children enjoy the challenge of finding clues in the illustrations and solving puzzles. Books and Authors Top Teaching Blog Teacher's Tool Kit Student Activities The Teacher Store Book Clubs Book Fairs Solve-It-Yourself Mysteries. By Lucy Corvino, Hy Conrad, Bob Peterson. Grades. O. Carrie and Greg seem to find themselves in the middle of mysteries, whether they are visiting a favorite aunt or spending time at a summer.
Solve-It-Yourself Mysteries: Detective Club Puzzlers. by Hy Conrad, Bob Peterson, Lucy Corvino (Illustrator) Paperback. As you read the facts of the case in each mystery story, just as you get to the most exciting part you're invited to help solve it! The fun begins as you, Carrie, and Greg go back over the clues, discover the crucial facts. Growing up on shows like Murder, She Wrote; Unexplained Mysteries; and the books of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle instilled a great love for solving mysteries in me from a Author: Todd Briscoe. Nate the Great, the protagonist of this highly entertaining series, takes solving mysteries very seriously. Growing readers will love following along as the boy detective — accompanied by his trusty dog, Sludge — collects clues and applies his problem-solving skills to solve cases of disappearing books, pets, notes, and more. Are there any books where you have to solve the mystery of it? I always thought it'd be cool to have books where they don't give you the answer or solution, but there is a solution. Ideally it'd be a series of books I guess, where the next book in the series reveals the previous book's answer.. anything like this?