on April 5, 2001
Snacks seem to vanish without a trace! Invisible Inc. is on the case! This amateur detective club is comprised of a boy that can't be seen, a boy that can't hear and a girl that is really bossy. Invisible Inc. solves classroom mysteries and this one is difficult to solve. There are too many suspious suspects that could have committed the crime. It's a baffling case of "who done it" where the ending will surprise you. This book is very exciting to read with many twists and turns. The author keeps you guessing "who done it" by leaving lots of clues for the reader to try and piece together before the detective club does. I enjoyed this book because it kept me guessing. I recommend this book to any student who enjoys or wants to start reading mystery books. The author uses easy content for easy reading and comprehension. With simple vocabulary, even the lowest reader can read and enjoy this book. Pick up a copy today and judge for yourself!!
on March 24, 2008
Invisible Inc #3
The Snack Attack Mystery
Invisible Inc. consists of three children. Chip who fell into a strange pool of water and came out invisible. Charlene is brave, but sometimes bossy and Justin who is hard of hearing and can read lips.
There is a new girl at their school, named Dawn. She is afraid of Chip, and she cries when she is nevous.
Is Dawn stealing the snacks from their classroom? Is it Charlene's Brother Stanley, or their teacher, Mr. Gonshak, who is on a diet? Will they find the thief?
Leave it up to Invisible Inc. to solve the Snack Attack Mystery.
I reccomend this book for readers of early chapter books, who want an exciting mystery.
Jill Ammon Vanderwood, Author
Through the Rug
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These are great read-together-books for this age group.