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Six Great Reads for Grades 1–4

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A dollop of mystery, a pinch of humour, and you have the makings of tiny thrillers for the younger elementary grades.
Bagels on Board

Bagels on Board

edition:eBook
also available: Paperback

All aboard! The Bernsteins are heading off on a cruise, and Aunt Sharon offers to take care of the family pets, Lox (the fish), Creamcheese (the cat) and Bagels, an energetic puppy with a talent for escaping. Trouble is, Bagels is up to his usual disappearing act. When he turns up unexpectedly on the cruise ship, Josh and his little sister, Becky, must keep Bagels hidden. But when an onboard mystery begins to unfold involving two potential spies and a mysterious woman with a secret envelope, Bag …

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Ghost and Max Monroe, Case #2, The

Ghost and Max Monroe, Case #2, The

The Missing Zucchini
by L.M. Falcone
illustrated by Kim Smith
edition:Hardcover
also available: Paperback

Zeeta and Zelda Zamboni are beside themselves when they call the Monroe Detective Agency. “Our most prized possession has been stolen!” the sisters announce. “Will you help us? Please?” Max agrees to help them find their missing possession, and then he finds out what it is: a two-hundred-pound zucchini! Looking for a zucchini is “sure to be duller than dirt,” Max thinks. However, once he and Uncle Larry (the ghost) start digging around for clues, they discover this new case is actual …

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The Lost Locket

The Lost Locket

by Carol Matas
illustrated by Susan Gardos
edition:Paperback
also available: Paperback

Carol Matas' contemporary classic gets a bright new cover!

On the anniversary of her great-grandmother's birthday, Sarah is given a family heirloom: her great-grandmother's locket. She convinces her mother she won't lose it if she wears it to school. But then the unthinkable happens - someone steals her locket! Can Sarah and her friends get it back before her mother finds out?

The Lost Locket explores the timeless themes of responsibility and bullying in a striking new package sure to attract …

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Lark and the Diamond Caper

Lark and the Diamond Caper

by Natasha Deen
illustrated by Marcus Cutler
edition:Paperback
also available: eBook

Rookie detectives Lark and Connor Ba are back on the case! When a pair of diamond earrings goes missing from the neighborhood general store, Lark and Connor just happen to be in the right place at the right time. Carefully mining the adults for clues, the twin sleuths work together to solve the mystery.

Lark and the Diamond Caper is the second title in the Lark Ba Detective series, following Lark Holds the Key.

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West Meadows Detectives: The Case of Maker Mischief

West Meadows Detectives: The Case of Maker Mischief

edition:Hardcover

Myron, the third-grade detective who loves logic, facts, and solving mysteries, gets the chance to crack another case when he finds out his classmate Jordan’s robot has been stolen. Jordan and tech-savvy Danielle, known as “Glitch,” had been working on it for weeks for the upcoming Maker Faire Robot Maze Challenge.

Together with his detective partner, the hyper-energetic Hajrah, Myron pins down two suspects: Sarah “Smasher” McGintley, the school bully, and Lionel Amar, another robot b …

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Who Broke the Teapot?!

Who Broke the Teapot?!

edition:Hardcover

Mom is very angry. Her very favorite teapot is broken, and no one is 'fessing up. Was it Dad, sitting in his underwear reading the paper? Was it Cat, who was all tangled up in a ball of yarn? Was it Baby perched in his highchair? Or is there a surprising twist to this mystery that teaches Mom a little lesson in anger management? Bill Slavin takes a sly poke at parents in their less-than-finer moments in this funny and energetic story.

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