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Spy Pets 4: The Clueless Classroom Kindle Edition
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This story is about a guinea pig named Jellybean and a turtle named Milo. They are both spy pets and if you don’t know what spy pets are, they are pets that look after their owners when they are in trouble. =) But Jellybean and Milo have to look after a WHOLE classroom! They are the classroom pets and that’s the same with my classroom except we have fish. And there’s a game in the classroom, and it’s a mystery that the class have to find out. This mystery was Ms. White’s (their teacher) fancy necklaces were stolen. But not really because it’s only a game. But when they start, and look for the fingerprints, the ink is stolen, but for real. And since Jellybean and Milo are Spy Pets, they need to try to solve the mystery! During recess, Ernie and Sara get into a fight. Spy pets don’t like it when their owners fight (and Milo and Jellybean had a whole classroom as their owners so they had a big job). And when the ink is stolen, Ernie and Sara are the first two people to be found guilty and everyone isn’t nice to them. Since none of them said that they stole it, they both needed detention. But Milo didn’t like them being mean and I don’t think any of the spy pets would like people fighting! Jellybean goes out to looks for clues. But breaks the rules and keeps looking for clues, even when Jellybean needs to be in her cage. But when Jellybean broke the spy pet rules, she ended up finding the culprit(or the naughty person)!
I won’t tell you what happened next and the end though because I might spoil it but this book is probably my favorite book in the whole series and the funniest that I’ve read so far and I hope you will like it as much as I did. (=^.^=)
This book is perfect for parents to read to their children right before bedtime and you will have a blast reading it to them. My kids love this so much they want me to read it to them again and again.
I would try this out if you have small children who need something happy and fun to absorb write before they go to sleep.
This is a great little piece and I love the bond it helps me create with my children!
My kids loved this story, I read it to them in the afternoon to get their spirits up before doing their homework. The mystery themes gets them involved and excited.
I highly recommend this to parents who want to wake their kids' imagination with a fun story.
We gave spy pets a try and we were shocked. This morning I couldn't find my son in all his normal TV spots and thought he was tucked away with the tablet watching TV in his room. To my shock he had locked himself in to do a marathon session with Spy Pets 4. He finished it this morning at 6:30 a.m. in just two days.
He is hooked!
Big fans. Keep em' comin'!