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The Lucky Lottery (A to Z Mysteries) Paperback – November 28, 2000
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And that's just how Lucky O'Leary feels when the lottery ticket his grandfather sends him for Christmas turns out to be a million-dollar winner! But before Lucky can cash it in, someone sneaks into his house and steals it. Now it's up to Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose to track down the thief and return the ticket . . . before Lucky loses out!
About the Author
STEPHEN GILPIN is the award-winning illustrator of dozens of children’s books, including the popular and very funny Pirate Mom. He brings his fresh, kid-friendly style to all the covers of the A to Z Mysteries® series.
Top Customer Reviews
Anyway, on with the book. As Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose (the three main characters and best friends to each other) are outside playing in the snow, two visitors come over and tell that that their big brother, Lucky O'Leary want them to come over to their house because he needs to talk to them about something.
The three kids go over to Lucky's house. Lucky tells them that he had the winning lottery ticket, but someone came inside their house and stole it. He needs these three kid detectives to find his lottery ticket. Of course, the kids don't turn him down. They eagerly agree to take on the task. But inside, they wonder how are they going to track down a winning stolen lottery ticket, and where do they even start.
The winning ticket was bought and given to them by their grandfather, Hector O'Leary. They go to the Atrium, the elderly-housing building in which he lives to talk to him about it. They find out where he purchased the ticket, and who was on duty at the time.
Then they go to the store where it was purchased at, and talk to the clerk who sold him the ticket, Dot Calm. They ask her questions. Then they go on more sleuthing trips. They talk to people and gather information. But that's all I'm telling you. You have to read the book to find out the rest.
And believe me, this book is too good to miss.
Will they find the missing/stolen lottery ticket and its thief?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Gotta love the digital! Book report for Monday was saved, even with the book still in her locker!
Cute story line - fun to read with her.
My daughter enjoyed reading this chapter book. It was a quick read for her.Published 15 months ago by Lbhudson
I wish I didn't but it. It is a waste of time and a con job if you think it will help you with the lotteryPublished on July 3, 2014 by Bob Eldridge
I loved this book because the kids are detectives and they find out who the crook is!!! It is great!!!Published on March 23, 2014 by Vegas Mom
I think this book is there good for kids 7- 10 years old. It has a lot of mysteries in it that's why it is called a to z mysterisPublished on January 9, 2014 by Randy S Wolforda loot