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Default The Case of the Scaredy Cats

When little `scaredy cat' Annie disappears, it's another baffling case for detectives Wizard, Tubby, Skinny, and Snitch. `One of the funniest of the author's easy-to-read stories about the youthful `private eyes.'' —BL.

Customer Review: Great story for beginning readers
The Case of the Scaredy Cats tells the story of what happens when a group of girls try to take over the boys' clubhouse. The boys are upset because the clubhouse is for boys only so they make signs that have mean sayings about the girls. The girls get angry and beat up the boys until they run and hide. However, then the girls realize that the youngest of them, Annie, is missing and they start crying. Hearing this, the boys come out from hiding, and they all work together to find Annie. This book would be appropriate for ages 6 and 7. The simple language is ideal for children developing reading skills. In addition, children in this age group who are becoming curious about gender differences will enjoy hearing about how the boys and girls worked together in the end to overcome those differences. I would recommend this book be read for enjoyment by children learning to read. The simple drawings do a nice job of illustrating what is happening in the text. The expressions on the children's faces are amusing and appropriately reflect the emotions of the characters.
Customer Review: The Case of the Scaredy Cats by Crosby Bonsall
Crosby Bonsall has done it again with her "Wizard Gang". Her style of writing captures the imagination and friendship of all the children who read her books. This book especially highlights the differences between the boys and girls and how children resolve those differences. The second graders couldn't put the book down!!!! We laughed and had fun reading this remarkable book.


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