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3.17 of 5 stars 3.17  ·  rating details  ·  35 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Would-be detectives Trevor, Nick and Robyn are hot on the trail of a sandwich thief when they learn that more than food has been going missing at school. A valuable hockey book has been stolen from the library and the kids worry that the librarian might lose her job if it isn't found. Who would steal a hockey book? Could it be Robyn's arch-nemesis and hockey enthusiast Cra ...more
Hardcover, 109 pages
Published October 1st 2006 by Orca Book Publishers (first published January 1st 2006)
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Adam Prouse
The theme of this book was to never think someone has done something because you don't like them and to never steal even if it is for a good cause. In the book the main characters lunches keep being taken by someone and the main characters plant a trap to find out who was taking there lunches by filling a twinkie with blue dye and letting it be taken. After the find a kid with a blue mouth they find out that the food was being taken to support the kids in the school who could not afford to have ...more
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Best friends Robin, Nick, and Trevor never planned on becoming detectives. But when several school lunches, and even more importantly, a signed copy of a rare Wayne Gretzy, go missing, they leap into action and begin sleuthing.

What starts out as simple mystery solving turns into an all-consuming passion for the three young Holmes'. Their homework and other school obligations are put on the back burner, and soon they become completely swept away in their qu
Hong Deng
The book is really interesting and mysterious. It's about Trev and two of her friends solved a series of mysteries in their school.....
Caitlin T.
i learnd that stealing does not get you anywhere exseped jail and when your there you will regret it cause you got cought
this book was okay not so great but interesting
This book is boring
This was a very boring novel.
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MICHELE MARTIN BOSSLEY was born in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A., but grew up in Calgary from the time she was five. She is the author of numerous children's books, including "Taking a Dive, " runner-up for the R. Ross Annett Award in Children's Literature, and "The Perfect Gymnast, " nominated for the 1999 Manitoba Reader's Choice Award. Many of her novels have been Canadian Children's Centre Our ...more
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