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  • Scat
    by Carl Hiaasen

    When a teacher in school goes missing on a field trip, Nick and Marta try to find her. this is a supirior story with mystery and adventure. best for 4th and 5th graders.

  • Hoot
    by Carl Hiaasen

    Roy has been moving homes for a long time - and schools. One day when Roy looks out the window of the scool bus he sees a wierd thing. A boy with no back pack or shoes running down the street. Wen Roy tries to follow the boy, he finds out about the burrowing owls and the construction site for the new pancake parlor. his was an amazing story with twists and turns. best for 4th and 5th grade.

  • Encyclopedia Brown Box Set (4 Books)
    by Donald J. Sobol

    These short and tricky mysterys are a fun and stumping way to spend the day! When its a robery a murder or just the neighborhood bully, Encyclopedia Brown is always on the case!

  • Things Not Seen by Andrew Clements
    by by Andrew Clements

    Bobby is just a normal kid with a normal life, until one day he wakes up invisible. His parents insist he stays at home. Bobby disobeys his parents and goes to the  library where he meets a blind girl and befriends her. together they try to find the cure to make Bobby visible. An awesome book for ages 10 and up.

  • And Then There Were None
    by Agatha Christie

    When ten people are invited to vacation on Soldier Island, they can't believe their luck! As the quests get settled in their rooms, a voice convicts them of murders beyond the law. a few minuets later, the first guest dies. Time is running out for the guests and they are certain the murderer is among them...

    an amazing mystery for ages 12 and up