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Trouble at the Treasury (Capital Mysteries #7)

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After taking a tour of the National Bureau of Printing and Engraving, KC and Marshall find out from KC's stepdad, the president of the United States, that several stacks of $100 bills have gone missing. That's thousands of dollars—gone! KC is determined to track down the thieves, and her number one suspect is a woman named Polly, who works at the Bureau of Printing and Eng ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published July 29th 2009 by Random House Books for Young Readers (first published July 28th 2005)
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Sophie Muller
May 09, 2014 Sophie Muller rated it really liked it
Shelves: young-adult
I had started reading the series but one of my students was so enthusiastic about this story that I stopped reading the book I had and read it. I can definitely understand the excitement. It's a well written story (despite the easy ending for one of the "bad" character) and the English is so natural and witty. If you like mystery books and want to learn about the making of money in the US, pick up that book and let time fly by!
Aug 09, 2010 Dolly rated it liked it
Recommends it for: parents reading with their children
This is another interesting story in the Capital Mysteries series. KC and Marshall figure out who's stealing money at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. The title is a little misleading, but the actual location of the "trouble" is too long for a catchy title. In any case, the odd character of Casey Marshall returns in this story and to make sure there's no confusion when I read it aloud, I always said Clone Casey, so our girls didn't confuse KC with Casey. We have enjoyed these stories and no ...more
Jun 13, 2015 Kaytee rated it liked it
somebody robbed the bep but they had alot of camras then they knew who the thief was and how they broke in they they turned off the camras and broke in the thief was molly and ryce.
Feb 17, 2015 Caleb rated it really liked it
I liked it. They have to find out who is stealing money from the treasury - one brick each week and they're each worth $10,000 of money.
Feb 20, 2015 Nathaniel rated it really liked it
I liked it. It's about they find that someone's been robbing the treasury and then they find her.
Mar 08, 2016 Gina added it
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Finished 3/8/16
Feb 22, 2008 Amy rated it it was amazing
Shelves: children-sfic
This book, #7 in the Capital Mysteries series, starts when KC & Marshall take a tour of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington, D.C. Then they learn a bundle of bills is missing. That's a hundred thousand dollars -- gone! How did the thief get the money past the cameras, guards and locked doors?
Luke Ewell
Jul 08, 2015 Luke Ewell rated it liked it
Shelves: 3rd-grade
After taking a tour at Bureau of Printing and Engraving, they find out it is almost impossible to steal money from there. After the tour they find out that someone stole money from there. Who could it be?

I liked finding out who did the robbery and how.
Aug 14, 2012 Christy rated it it was amazing
Shelves: kenzie-2012
I've been reading this series with my 9 year old and we love them because we both usually learn something new about the White House or Washington. It's wonderful to find books geared toward younger children that is fun to read and helps them learn.
Nov 15, 2013 Sydney rated it really liked it
someone is stealing money from the printing factory. while the president's gone they ask casey who looks like the president to be president. they look at the security cameras and find the thieves. they stole 2 million dollars.
Feb 06, 2012 Liz rated it did not like it
While very beginner readers might enjoy this book, I do not think that it is fantasy enough to be fun or realistic enough for children to enjoy.
Jun 07, 2013 Payton rated it really liked it
Its about how KC and Marshall learn how money is made and during that time they learned a thief stole money from there.
Jul 01, 2013 N-boy rated it really liked it

I want 4.5 stars.

It's a good mystery story. I was surprised by the solution to the mystery.
Apr 08, 2009 Maggie rated it it was amazing
I learned a lot about how money is made and liked it.
Feb 25, 2013 Morgan rated it it was amazing
it was really in steresting
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Full name: Wallace Ronald Roy
Most known for the children's mystery series "A-Z Mysteries" and "Calendar Mysteries"
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Other Books in the Series

Capital Mysteries (1 - 10 of 14 books)
  • Who Cloned the President? (Capital Mysteries #1)
  • Kidnapped at the Capital (Capital Mysteries #2)
  • The Skeleton in the Smithsonian (Capital Mysteries #3)
  • A Spy in the White House (Capital Mysteries #4)
  • Who Broke Lincoln's Thumb? (Capital Mysteries, #5)
  • Fireworks at the FBI (Capital Mysteries #6)
  • Mystery at the Washington Monument (Capital Mysteries #8)
  • A Thief at the National Zoo (Capital Mysteries #9)
  • The Election-Day Disaster (Capital Mysteries #10)
  • The Secret at Jefferson's Mansion (Capital Mysteries, #11)

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