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Capital Mysteries #08: Mystery at the Washington Monumentby Ron Roy
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It’s a red, white, and blue mystery from popular A to Z Mysteries author Ron Roy!
Mystery at the Washington Monument
In the eighth book of the Capital Mysteries—an early chapter book mystery series featuring fun facts and famous sites from Washington, D.C.—it's summertime, and KC and Marshall are camping out on the White House lawn. But late at night, they spot mysterious lights flickering at the top of the Washington Monument. When they go to check it out, they find something even stranger - peanut shells, a broken stone, and a monkey. One thing is sure, this is KC and Marshall's weirdest mystery yet!
Each book highlights one of the famous museums, buildings, or monuments from the Washington area and includes a map and a two-page fun fact spread with photographs. Parents, teachers, and librarians agree that these highly collectible chapter books are perfect for emerging readers and any kid who love mysteries!
After they see suspicious lights flickering at the top of the Washington Monument, KC and Marshall set off on a wild adventure to solve a 100-year-old mystery that involves a jewel thief, long-lost diamonds, and one of Washingtons most famous and historic landmarks. Illustrations.
Late at night KC and Marshall are sleeping out on the White House lawn when they see suspicious lights flickering at the top of the Washington Monument. If that's not strange enough, the next day a monkey is found inside the building! KC and Marshall set off on a wild adventure to solve a 100-year-old mystery that involves a jewel thief, long-lost diamonds, and one of Washington's most famous and historic landmarks.
About the Author
Ron Roy is the author of Random House's popular A to Z Mysteries. He lives in an old farmhouse in Connecticut with his white puppy, Pal.
Timothy Bush has many children's projects to his credit, including the elaborate visual extravaganza James in the House of Aunt Prudence and the super-funny Grunt, the Primitive Cave Boy. He lives in New York, New York.
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