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The Case of the Invisible Cat (Clue #3)

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Paperback, 104 pages
Published December 1st 1992 by Scholastic
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Mar 28, 2011 Salam added it
Clue is a mystery book writen by A.E parker. I read this book over 2 times and enjoyed every bit of it. It is a very interesting book which I honestly liked and advise all my freinds to read. It talkes about Mr. boddy that invites his closest freinds over to his mansion. Many weird stuff happen when his freinds meet. They are six freinds professor plum,Mr. Green,Colonel Mustard,Miss Scarlet,MRS. peacock and MRS. White. MRS. white works for Mr. boddy. The day after they all settled down they hear ...more
Oh bringing back the days of my childhood. Another book I found in the cheap used pile at the bookshop. Very short stories involving uncomplicated logic puzzles to determine who killed Mr. Boddy, or stole the suitcase, or drank the poison, or whatever. Great fun for me (clearing out the fuzz from academic work, ok?!), and if you have a 2, 3, 4th grader at home they might love the intrique and general silliness. Can't help but picture Tim Curry and the rest of the movie cast in these stories and ...more
I remembered my reading obsession with the Clue Series in late elementary school and felt that it was time to return to these silly little books. Now revisiting them as an adult, I find them to still be a fun, all be it easy, read. The short story mysteries do make you actively think and problem solve, while the humor is so corny it's actually adorable and endearing. In fact, I probably appreciate some of the jokes and descriptions more now.

The Clue series is simple, silly fun, and a great read
Phoenix (Edward)
I read this book when I was in elementry school. The series masterfully captures the excitment and thrills of the board game as well as the humor of the classic 80's movie. I spent many nights not watching "Saved by the Bell" or the original "90210" to just simply get away and figure out WHO did WHAT, WHEN and WHERE.
Continues the string of clever, clever books. One of the top five in the series. Particularly when the cat burglar knocks them all out and captures them. :)

It's too bad I gave my copy of the book to a girl I was dating, and now I'll never get it back. :(
The characters are fun and entertaining throughout the book. There is tons of humor that kept me thoroughly entertained as a child. I love whodunit books and trying to figure out the various mysteries and this collection of tales certainly doesn’t disappoint.
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