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Capital Mysteries #1: Who Cloned the President? (A Stepping Stone Book(TM)) Paperback – April 2, 2001
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KC and Marshall decide to go to the White House to solve the mystery. At the White House, KC and Marshall join the tour group and manage to create a commotion by opening Marshall's jar of spiders. After hiding in the Lincoln bedroom till night, they start searching for the real President. When they meet the President and his clone, they cannot tell apart the real one from the fake, and soon find themselves kidnapped by the scientists who cloned the President. Will they be able to escape, and succeed in their efforts to rescue the real President?
Review: I really enjoyed reading some of the A to Z mysteries by Ron Roy, so I decided to pick up book 1 from Capital Mysteries and see how it would be. I thought this book was exciting at times, but overall I felt that it was a really strange story to read, where some parts were unexplained, which made it confusing to read at times. For instance, why was the cloned President locked in the room and drugged? And what did they do to the clone in the end?Read more ›
KC and Marshall are best friends. They solve mysteries together.
In this book, their class at school has to do a research paper on a particular President. They draw names. KC drew President Thornton's name (the current President in this book.) Therefore, she has to do research on him. During the research, she finds out lots about him.
Then, when she sees him on the News, things don't add up. For example, the hand he writes with is his right hand (she found out during her research, that he is left-handed). Anyway, she sets out to investigate why this "President" is different from the real President.
This book is fun and interesting. This is a fun series, whether you're a kid or an adult. It is by the same author as the A-Z mysteries.
I hope you enjoy this book because it is very good
Thank you Ron Roy for writing this
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