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How Can I Be a Detective If I Have to Baby-Sit?

by Linda Bailey

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published: June 1994
ISBN:9781553375845
publisher: Kids Can Press
Description

Stevie Diamond. Age 12. Female. Private Detective. She and her partner, Jesse, have already cracked their first case. Now the pair is visiting Stevie's father at his tree-planting camp in the Rocky Mountains --- but how can they have a fabulous wilderness holiday when six-year-old Alexander, armed with a loaded squirt-gun, is trailing along? In this Stevie Diamond Mystery, when an international smuggler starts snooping around Alexander's house, baby-sitting suddenly becomes an occupation worthy of the Diamond and Kulniki Detective Agency.

About the Author
Linda Bailey is an award-winning author of many books for children, including Goodnight Sweet Pig, Stanley's Party, the Stevie Diamond Mysteries, and the Good Times Travel Agency series. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.
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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
Age:
8 to 11
Grade:
3 to 6
Awards
  • Short-listed, Arthur Ellis Award for Best Juvenile Crime, Crime Writers of Canada
  • Short-listed, Silver Birch Award, Ontario Library Association
  • Short-listed, Ruth Schwartz Children's Book Award
  • Winner, Notable Canadian Fiction for Children , Canadian Library Association

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