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Sunday, May 15, 2011

BOOK REVIEW: The Cobweb Confession by George E. Stanley


TITLE: The Cobweb Confession
SERIES: Book #4 of the Third-Grade Detectives Series
AUTHOR: George E. Stanley
PUBLISHER: Aladdin
DATE OF PUBLICATION: July 1, 2001
FORMAT: Paperback, 80 pages
GENRE: Juvenile Fiction, Chapter Books
ISBN: 978-0689821974 

SYNOPSIS FROM GOODREADS:

CREEPY, CRAWLY

CRITTERS — YUCK! 

Poor Todd. First he has to give up his room for an old friend of his father's who's visiting. Then his valuable baseball card collection is stolen. Now Mr. Merlin says the class is going to be studying spiders. Todd hates spiders. 

But then Mr. Merlin tells the Third-Grade Detectives that a spider's web may help catch the thief. Maybe spiders aren't so bad after all.

MY REVIEW:

I read this book with my daughters.

This is another book in The Third-Grade Detectives Series. For those that are not familiar with the series, the teacher of the third grade class is a former spy, and he gives the students code clues to help them solve mysteries.

My elder daughter and I always stop and work on the clues or codes and try to figure them out before the answer is revealed.

The series is cute and fun, and we like the idea of being amateur sleuths! We enjoy the series and plan to read more! 

MY RATING: 3.5 stars!

This book qualifies as:
#72 for my 2011 100+ Reading Challenge

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