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Detective Blue and the Missing Pencil

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Hello Friends, LET'S HELP GET OUR KIDS READING, PLEASE HELP ME ACHIEVE THIS GOAL. There once was a girl detective called Blue, who lived in a huge kettle house in the tiny village of Ham. This children’s detective picture book was written with a great deal of imagination. It makes allot of literary sense to children. It is well illustrated and easy to follow. You will find Hello Friends, LET'S HELP GET OUR KIDS READING, PLEASE HELP ME ACHIEVE THIS GOAL. There once was a girl detective called Blue, who lived in a huge kettle house in the tiny village of Ham. This children’s detective picture book was written with a great deal of imagination. It makes allot of literary sense to children. It is well illustrated and easy to follow. You will find your child quickly picking up the grammar and rich literary words that make up the book. The story is about a girl detective who goes in search of her precious missing pencil. It reflects on traditional methods of investigating crime. It’s a puzzle that had to be unlocked by a child and mostly a female. This family masterpiece broadens the horizon of children and gives them a great sense of purpose. In many ways, the book is funny, adventurous and cleverly written to meet the taste of kids. As usual when a crime is committed, it draws all sorts of suspicions. Detective Blue looked at the possibility that polite Mr Cow may have borrowed the pencil, or perhaps baby Mr goat who cries whole day. Or maybe it’s weak and lazy Mr lamb.


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Hello Friends, LET'S HELP GET OUR KIDS READING, PLEASE HELP ME ACHIEVE THIS GOAL. There once was a girl detective called Blue, who lived in a huge kettle house in the tiny village of Ham. This children’s detective picture book was written with a great deal of imagination. It makes allot of literary sense to children. It is well illustrated and easy to follow. You will find Hello Friends, LET'S HELP GET OUR KIDS READING, PLEASE HELP ME ACHIEVE THIS GOAL. There once was a girl detective called Blue, who lived in a huge kettle house in the tiny village of Ham. This children’s detective picture book was written with a great deal of imagination. It makes allot of literary sense to children. It is well illustrated and easy to follow. You will find your child quickly picking up the grammar and rich literary words that make up the book. The story is about a girl detective who goes in search of her precious missing pencil. It reflects on traditional methods of investigating crime. It’s a puzzle that had to be unlocked by a child and mostly a female. This family masterpiece broadens the horizon of children and gives them a great sense of purpose. In many ways, the book is funny, adventurous and cleverly written to meet the taste of kids. As usual when a crime is committed, it draws all sorts of suspicions. Detective Blue looked at the possibility that polite Mr Cow may have borrowed the pencil, or perhaps baby Mr goat who cries whole day. Or maybe it’s weak and lazy Mr lamb.

36 review for Detective Blue and the Missing Pencil

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bry Johnson

    BRILLIANT AUTHOR THE BEST BOOK I HAVE READ SO FAR

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