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The I Love Mysteries Fun Book: How to Be a Super Sleuth

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A fun and fascinating interactive book for girls who like finding clues, sending secret messages and solving mysteries.
Did you ever think you'd make a great private eye or a detective? If so, it's no mystery that this collection of quizzes, puzzles, and other brain-twisters is right up your alley. Learn how to look for--and find--clues and how to improve your skills of obs
Spiral-bound, 64 pages
Published September 1st 2006 by American Girl Publishing Inc (first published August 21st 2006)
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Dr. Lynda Madison is the author of The Feelings Book and is a coauthor of What I Wish You Knew. A licensed psychologist and the director of family support and psychological services at Children’s Hospital in Omaha‚ Nebraska‚ Madison is also the author of Parenting with Purpose and Keep Talking: A Mother-Daughter Guide to the Preteen Years. She lives in Omaha.
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