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Judy Moody, Girl Detective

Judy Moody, Girl Detective

Scritto da Megan McDonald

Narrato da Amy Rubinate


Judy Moody, Girl Detective

Scritto da Megan McDonald

Narrato da Amy Rubinate

valutazioni:
4.5/5 (21 valutazioni)
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1 ora
Pubblicato:
Jun 5, 2018
ISBN:
9781978631922
Formato:
Audiolibro

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It's an honest-to-jeepers mystery! Agent Judy Drewdy sets out to solve the case of the missing puppy when a canine-cop-in-training vanishes into thin air.

Judy Moody is in a mood. A sleuthing, Nancy Drew kind of mood. So what's a WBMS (world's best mystery solver) to do? Go find a mystery, that's what! And she doesn't have to snoop for long: when Mr. Chips, a beloved crime-dog-in-training, goes missing, Judy Drewdy and her chums, agents Dills Pickle (Frank), Spuds Houdini (Rocky), and James Madagascar (Stink) find themselves smack-dab in the middle of a reallife, scare-your-pants-off whodunit. Was Mr. Chips stolen by dirty dognappers? And why are chocolate-chip cookies disappearing all over town? Watch out for red herrings—along with clever references to classic Nancy Drew mysteries—as Eagle Eye Moody and company are hot on the case!

Pubblicato:
Jun 5, 2018
ISBN:
9781978631922
Formato:
Audiolibro


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  • (4/5)
    This is yet another Judy Moody book that engaged students with its humour and interesting plot line. In Judy Moody: Girl Detective, Judy wants to be like Nancy Drew and finds a mystery to solve. I've seen both girls and boys find humour and interest in this book.
  • (5/5)
    Five stars. I really liked it. Judy was my favourite character. The setting of this book was their school, around the town, and in a tent. I loved it because it was not violent.
  • (5/5)
    The game is afoot and Judy Moody, Detective at large is on the case! No really, despite the fact that they set out looking for a mystery, one finds her and the T.P. Club members when Mr. Chips goes missing! Would they be able to find the kidnapped canine before he turns from a life of law enforcement to a life of thievery? Oh come on, you know this bunch! They've got it in the bag...
    (Do I smell cookies? :) )


    **copy received for review
  • (3/5)
    I liked this book for many reasons! It is a short chapter book that is geared towards those students in roughly grades 2-4. Although it is a chapter book, it still had periodic pictures throughout the story. They were black and white but I felt as though they served as the perfect “brain break” for young- adult students. My favorite picture is one where Judy and her friend, Stink, are laying on the ground making posters that say, “REWARD: Have you seen this dog?” It is a cute picture and it really helps the reader visualize what is happening in the story. I also like the way the text is set up. The pages aren’t filled with an overwhelming amount of text. It is the perfect transition book to get a student from reading a picture book to a chapter book. The font is very large and the “paragraphs” are spread out. The mysteries in this book are very much so age appropriate. They are “crimes” that the young-adult students will care about yet they wont be too frightened. There is no real message to the book. It is written solely to entertain but Judy realizes at the end of the book that her “mystery” of loosing the dog wasn’t a mystery after all.
  • (3/5)
    Judy Moody is in a Nancy Drew mood, so when a series of mysteries begin to crop up around her – including the disappearance of a local police dog – Judy Drewdy and her friends are on the case. This chapter book works well as am introduction to the mystery genre, teaching young readers mystery terms like “clue” and “red herring” and common mystery plot devices like finding footprints at the crime scene and preparing a stakeout to catch the criminal. The mysteries in this chapter book are also pitched well for its audience with crimes that children will care about without being too frightened. While frequent allusions to Nancy Drew may confuse readers unfamiliar with the classic mystery series, those who are familiar with the books will certainly enjoy the discussion of specific titles and the peppering of Nancy Drew vocabulary. Finally, though the solution to the dognapping mystery may leave some readers dissatisfied – Judy and her friends concoct an elaborate theory while the real solution turns out to be hardly a mystery at all – this chapter book nevertheless works as a comic homage to the mystery genre and may well inspire young readers to seek out the Nancy Drew novels. This title is solid addition to the Judy Moody series, complimented nicely by cartoonish illustrations that underscore its comic nature. Recommended for readers age 6 to 9.