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The Mystery of the Stolen Statue (Third-Grade Detectives #10)

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The Third-Grade Detectives are looking forward to their field trip to a local art museum, where a priceless fifteenth-century statue of Joan of Arc is on loan from a Paris museum. But when they arrive, they discover that the statue has been stolen!
The police quickly find the statue -- smashed into pieces and thrown in a Dumpster. Why would someone steal the statue only t...more
Paperback, 80 pages
Published November 1st 2004 by Aladdin
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I read this book with my daughters.

We are enjoying this mystery series! This is the fourth one in the series that we have read, although we have not been reading them in order. Since each book can be read as a stand-alone, it does not matter if you do not read them in sequence.

The teacher of the Third Grade class is a former spy, and he gives the students code clues to help them solve mysteries. We always have a lot of fun trying to break the code or solve the riddles before we read ahead to fin...more
Jun 02, 2012 Dolly rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: children starting to read chapter books
This is the last of ten books in the Third-Grade Detectives series by George E. Stanley and Sal Murdocca. Our oldest began reading the books in this series independently, but we've read a few of them together and our youngest likes them, too.

We really enjoy learning about and solving the different kinds of puzzles. And I love that we learn about a new kind of puzzle in each book, and as in this case, we often see different ways to use the code. We read this book together and had fun solving the...more
Brittany Stevens
This is definitely a book that I found fun and a simple read. I would have my students who were uneasy about reading read this book. It is a fun who done it series that I will definitely want to have in my classroom library.
This book gets sometimes scary but is a interesting book to read
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An extraordinarily prolific writer, George Edward Stanley has also found time to travel and teach, drawing many of the plots for his books from his diverse experiences and natural curiosity. In addition to penning numerous books under his own name, Stanley has also published under several pseudonyms, including the well-known house pseudonyms Carolyn Keene and Franklin W. Bramley.
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