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The Case of the Fidgety Fox (High-Rise Private Eyes (The High-Rise Private Eyes #6)

3.48 of 5 stars 3.48  ·  rating details  ·  62 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Out of luck Melvin's lucky fluffy dice are missing, and he can't drive his bus without them Where could the dice have gone? This sounds like a case for the High-Rise Private Eyes, Bunny Brown and Jack Jones
Hardcover, 58 pages
Published May 28th 2004 by Perfection Learning (first published April 1st 2003)
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Mystery. I think that this is a good text and that the series would be an awesome introduction to chapter books as well as the genre of mystery. I also think that students would love to have these books in a classroom library. I would include it in a library for second or third grade. While the text itself isn't too difficult, I think it would be a good way to ease students into chapter books. The drawings are cute and the stories from the series are fun!
Be forewarned though, this book encourage
Sep 11, 2010 Dolly rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: beginning readers and parents reading with them
Shelves: 2010, childrens, mystery
Our girls enjoy the books in the High-Rise Private Eyes series; short mysteries that are simple and somewhat silly. The interaction between Jack and Bunny is very similar to the way siblings interact - cooperation interspersed with squabbling and arguments.
Perhaps I'm being overly picky, but I didn't like that Bunny & Jack were relying on food (potato chips) to calm down and relax... Also, the reasoning process wasn't as clearly explained in this one (which I only point out as a drawback because I find the opposite as a strength in many of the other books in this series).
Edward Creter
Bunny and Jimmy are of to solve the disappearance of two fuzzy dice. Curiouser and curiouser.
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An author of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for children and young adults as well as an author and author/illustrator of picture books for children, Cynthia Rylant is recognized as a gifted writer who has contributed memorably to several genres of juvenile literature. A prolific author who often bases her works on her own background, especially on her childhood in the West Virginia mountains, she ...more
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  • The High-Rise Private Eyes #8: The Case of the Desperate Duck
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