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Sherlock Hound: The Case Of The Giant Gulping Bluebells
by Karen Wallace 1613/2 illustrated by Emma Damon
first published 2002
Crime & Mystery for ages 5 to 7 published by Scholastic Children’s Books
Karen King's humble opinion
9/10 Very good. I am pleased with this.
What happens?
Sherlock Hound is called in to solve the case of the missing giant bluebells and disappearing bank managers. Can he and his sidekick Dr Whatsup Wombat solve the mystery and foil the criminals master plan?
Is it easy to read?
A fun, easy read with lots of colourful pictures.
Anything else?
This is one in a series of stories about Sherlock Hound and Dr Whatsup Wombat. Children will enjoy the pacy storyline, offbeat humour and amusing illustrations.
Other books by Karen Wallace include Fearless Fiona and the Mothproof Hall mystery, Something Slimy on Primrose Drive, Yikes, It's a Yeti!.
Who says so?
This review by Karen King.
The publisher reckons...
Sherlock Hound, famous dog detective, and Dr Whatsup Wombat at your service. Any mystery solved. Someone's stolen Gertrude Greenfinger's giant bluebells. . . and some VIPs are disappearing inside them! Can Sherlock Hound find the bulging blossoms and capture the cunning culprit?
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