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White House White-out (A to Z Mysteries: Super Edition #3)

4.18 of 5 stars 4.18  ·  rating details  ·  443 ratings  ·  22 reviews
IT’S A SNOWY December in Washington, D.C., and Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose are there to see the sights. While they’re admiring the White House, they meet the president’s stepdaughter, KC, and her friend, Marshall. Soon, in the confusion of all the people decorating the White House for Christmas, the president’s dog, Natasha, goes missing! The kids set out to find her, but it ...more
Paperback, 144 pages
Published August 12th 2008 by Random House Books for Young Readers (first published 2008)
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( ●—● ) Evelynn
Another great mystery for kids from the A to Z Mysteries by Ron Roy.

The mystery this time wasn't so much the "whodunit" as the "what's gonna happen next". It was a nice change of pace in comparison to the Encyclopedia Brown books, which are usually the "whodunit" or the "how'd they slip up".

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Ruth ross ,josh,and dink Washington d.c and it is really snowy .they stay in the hotel that is near the white house so they go to check out the white house and they where out side b a fence ,there was the presidents step daughter named k.c ,her friend Marshall ,and her dog Natasha .k.c let josh,ruth Ross ,and dink in to the white house and there where decorators to decorate the white house for Christmas .k.c showed them what she was going to give to the president it was a whistle so he could tra ...more
A fun book for fans of the A-Z mysteries series, which also introduces some characters from another of Ron Roy's series. Both of my children, ages 7 and 10, really enjoyed this book.
Its partly capital misery.

Dec 22, 2009 Dolly rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: parents reading with their children
We've really enjoyed the A to Z Mysteries series and love that Mr. Roy has written a couple extra "Super Edition" stories with the same characters. And what's even better is that Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose get to meet KC and Marshall from the Capital Mysteries series. We really liked that. We enjoyed looking for the hidden letters in the pictures, too, figuring out the special message. It's a really fun book and we will read more by this author very soon.
Aaron and I enjoyed reading this book together!
Ann Moody
Chose this in conjunction with a trip to Washington DC. It was okay, but the kids get into situations throughout that are completely unrealistic. Yes, I know it's fiction, just pretend. But they get much closer to the presidential family than could ever possibly happen, and they get into an extremely dangerous situation that in real life could easily end in disaster. This is our 2nd A to Z mystery and based on that I rank the series as "average."
I liked the story it was a fast read and shows that kids can accomplish things, but I didn't like the fact that a child in a high-profile place took a chance that allowed her to be kidnapped. I felt that the children should have approached one of the adults in charge of protection to help them. I also felt that someone who was friends with a person who was unstable was allowed free access to our White House.
Qiankun Liu
This so good, is about Dink, Josh,and Ruth Rose meet president’s stepdaughter, KC, and her friend, Marshall.Then all the people decorating the White House for Christmas, the president’s dog, Natasha, goes missing! So they look for Natasha. And Natasha save they live. The adventure is so excite, and they are very smart to.
A to Z mysteries are the perfect starter mystery for kids. The detective is pretty clear, the mystery is also pretty clear, even the bad guy is pretty clear. But, there are still clues to be found in the book, so early mystery readers can do the work of 'trying to figure out the solution to the mystery.'
Great book for third graders. Has mystery and suspense! The presidents dog and step kids are kidnapped and taken away in a van by some Christmas decorators that were working at the whit house. They eventually end up in a snow pile. Fun book for young readers.
when dink and his friends visit washington d.c. they meet the president's stepdaughter and her friend.then the president's dog natasha is kidnapped dink and hiss friends and the president's step daughter and her friend are on the case to find natasha.
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Its where Dink,Josh,Ruth Rose,KC,and Marshall have to find the first dog,Natasha,but when they find her they all seem to be kinapped and have to survive the in the snow and find Natasha again.
Ambitious book by Ron Roy. The only problem my daughter had was believing any parent would let their children wander around Washington D.C. without a chaperone.

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Ruth Rose meet the presidents step daughter and her friend and they all get stuck in a snow bank. L.A.
i liked this book because i could connect with most of the things in that book
This is the best one that he ever wrote!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Very special book to read !!!!
so so great!
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Full name: Wallace Ronald Roy
Most known for the children's mystery series "A-Z Mysteries" and "Calendar Mysteries"
More about Ron Roy...
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