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Bones and the Math Test Mystery (Bones Mysteries #6)

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Jeffrey Bones doesn?t like math tests?especially when he forgets to study for them. Now his math test is missing! Will Bones want to solve this mystery? Will he follow the clues and find his math test? Written by the author of the bestselling Cam Jansen books, this Easy-to-Read series is just right for beginning readers.

Hardcover, 32 pages
Published February 14th 2008 by Viking Juvenile
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Brenda  Roman
Brenda Roman, Chia Hua Yu
Bones and the Math Test Mystery written by David A Adler and illustrated by Barbara Johansen Newman, is a book about a little boy named Jeffery Bones who loved solving mysteries. One day Mr. Gale gave out math tests. Jeffery was the first to hand in his test, but when Mr. Gale passed the tests back, Jeffery’s test paper was missing. Later when everyone else is working on Thanksgiving cards, Mr. Gale asked Jeffery retake the test. Jeffery did not want to repeat the test
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Christy
Jeffrey Bones doesn?t like math tests?especially when he forgets to study for them. Now his math test is missing! Will Bones want to solve this mystery? Will he follow the clues and find his math test? Written by the author of the bestselling Cam Jansen books, this Easy-to-Read series is just right for beginning readers.
Karan Johnstone
Jeffrey Bones is a detective and also a student. His teacher, Mr. Gale, gave a math test and after Jeffrey handed in the test, it got lost. Mr. Gale was going to make him retake the test but Jeffrey wanted to solve the mystery. He found his paper but saw that all his answers were wrong because he rushed through the test. He ended up retaking the test and got an excellent.
This could be used for a small group to read together. They could make self to text connections because they had to take test
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Samantha Haugen
This book is not a multicultural picture book; it perpetuates stereotypes and bias. The teacher is African American and he is "in power" however he is portrayed as forgetful, lazy, and apathetic. While the European American student is thoughtful, resourceful, and aids the absent-minded teacher. I would discourage the use of this text in a classroom, there are many other books which can relay the same message
Dolly
Mar 01, 2010 Dolly rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: parents reading with their children
This is a good story, a fun mystery and a bit of a moral lesson about trying hard and doing your best work. Our girls enjoyed this story and we will certainly look for more in this series. We really enjoy David A. Adler's books.
Angela
I wish there were more Bones books, they are great mystery books for young readers. We started reading them to my kids at age 4 or 5.
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Adler was born in New York City, New York. He graduated from Queens College in 1968 with a bachelor's degree in economics and education. For the next nine years, he worked as a mathematics teacher for the New York City Board of Education, while taking classes towards a master's degree in marketing, a degree he was awarded by New York University in 1971. In that same year, a question from his then- ...more
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