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Sly the Sleuth and the Pet Mysteriesby Donna Jo Napoli
Synopses & Reviews
There are some strange new pets in Sly's neighborhood: a cat on a diet that keeps getting fatter, a fish that seems angry at its owner, and a peculiar pet named Wilson that suddenly disappears!
Only Sly the Sleuth can solve these mysteries. Grade-schooler by day, private detective by afternoon, Sly (a.k.a Sylvia) uses her sharp wits and reasoning skills to get to the bottom of these odd goings-on.
Donna Jo Napoli teams up with her son, Robert Furrow, and illustrator Heather Maione to create a heroine who is not only smart and spunky, but also tremendously funny.
There's only one person who can solve the mysteries of the neighborhood: Sly the Sleuth, grade-schooler by day and private detective by afternoon, who uses sharp wit and reasoning skills to get to the bottom of these odd goings-on. Illustrations.
About the Author
Reeve Lindbergh has written of the wonderfully Awful Aardvarks.
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