The Case of the Missing Banana
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The Case of the Missing Banana

3.9 of 5 stars 3.90  ·  rating details  ·  29 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Someone has stolen Patrick's banana! But with the help of his friends Kevin and Arty, he's set out to track down his missing fruit (and the cowardly thief who took it).

It's up to Kevin and Arty to play detective to find out where the banana might be. Maybe it was taken while Patrick was playing soccer? Or while Patrick was reading a book? Perhaps it happened when Patrick w...more
ebook, 37 pages
Published January 6th 2011 by RubbishBooks.com
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Brad
This book is pretty bad. It's all about a banana that is missing because one of the boringly named pseudo-monsters forgot something important about the banana (view spoiler).

The stagnant, computer generated art, the monsters -- Kevin, Patrick and Arty -- the clunky attempts to suck answers out of little readers / listeners (my Scoutie answered no to the required yeses, so I jazzed up the story from then on. My second star ★ is really all about my creativity rathe...more
Jamala Alkeshi
This story was very captivating as a childs book. I really liked how they first introduced the characters and shared some facts about them. So that when you read it you feel like you are getting to know the characters. I also like how the story is very simple yet fun to read. It seems random that patrick is looking for his banana but it turns out to be a really sweet ending, that he actually ate his banana. Something unique that I really liked about this story is that it involves the reader by a...more
Terri
This was a free book in the I-tunes store, so I downloaded it to read to my 2 and 3 year old great-nephews. The story is very simplistic so I was a bit surprised - in this world of high tech, fast action, cartoons- that they both absolutely loved this story! The pictures are fun and the idea of helping their friend Patrick and allowing the audience to help too struck a chord with them. They want me to read it over and over. It was a definite hit with this age group!
Kelley
I think it is a great book to have on my Ipad for my 3 year old nephew. It at least had pictures and I was able to down load it for free.
Leila Melody
There isn't much of a plot, but the monsters are cute and very young children would probably enjoy it.
Eman AJ
I really liked it, I thought it was a bit funny!
Elodie
Very cute !
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