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Wilma Tenderfoot and the Case of the Putrid Poison (Wilma Tenderfoot #2)
A cunning disguise. Some stinky seaweed. And a dastardly villain on the loose ...sounds like another case for Wilma Tenderfoot! Wilma Tenderfoot, the feisty and determined assistant to the greatest living detective, Theodore P. Goodman, is faced with a peculiar, and pongy, case to crack. Cooper Island's vaudeville theatre becomes centre stage for a murderous menace, as one ...more
Paperback, 253 pages
Published July 2nd 2010 by MacMillan UK
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A charming murder mystery for children with a fearless heroine called Wilma Tenderfoot. Wilma is a detective in training and it does not take long for a case to come up that needs her help. In this book stars of the stage are dropping like falling stars , and no one knows who or what is causing these deaths. Wilma has to put her thinking cap on to try and figure this head scratcher out , but with a little help from her friends and her dog Pickle perhaps she may be able to save the day. Wilma is ...more
Nov 18, 2012 Charlyn Trussell rated it 4 of 5 stars · review of another edition
Recommends it for: Grades 4 and up
Wilma now lives with the famous detective Theordore Goodman and has become his apprentice. Her goal to become a detective herself and find her parents is helped by her admission to the Cooper Academy of Detection and Espionage. When the actors at the local vaudeville theater become the victims of a murderer, Wilma has a chance to help Goodman solve the mystery and use some of the skills in her textbook. And when Goodman's ability to find the murdered is questioned, he disappears leaving the case ...more
Wilma Tenderfoot's dream has just come true She has become the apprentice of Cooper Island's most famous detective, Theodore P. Goodman. On top of that, she has been accepted into the Cooper Academy of Detection and Espionage . As all this is going on, trouble strikes at the Vaudveville Theater. Actors and Actresses, one by one, are dying from a powerful poison. Barbu D' Anvars , from the previous book, gets involved as a red herring. Even Wilma becomes a victim while investigating this curious ...more
This is an excellent read, but I prefered the adventures of Edgar and Ellen(Written by Charles Ogden),because it created a clearer image and it had better discription.Also when a image is created in my head by this book it's so different to what I see in the book's illustrations...>.<