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Posted July 23, 2011
Highly Recommended ... check it out.
The third book in the Ballpark Mysteries Series by David A. Kelly titled, The L.A. Dodger, is a fun read for kids in the 6-9 age range whether reading on their own, with a parent or in the classroom. The writing is clear and well done and the who-done-it has some fresh twists. Parents reading to their kids may not admit it, but the book is full of curiosities, especially in the 'Dugout Notes', that will teach them things they didn't know. Teachers as well will love the numerous uses for classroom whole language curriculum. It is a high interest subject teaching the benefits of doing good deeds and cooperation which produces positive returns. The format compares for the young reader a fictional mystery and then a set of non-fictional fascinating facts. Sports fans and others of all ages will love Mr. Kelly's tale.
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Posted April 20, 2013
This book be David A. Kelly starrs Kate and Mike Hopkins. They are trying to track down a detective - crook that stole from their dad and hacked in to their mother's email account. They have been all over Los Angelos and taken a lot of pictures. They find out that the theif is in each photo! This crook is a good plan cracker and manages to weasel out of one of their plans - for a short time. Finally, the theif is in jail once and for all.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 8, 2013
Posted January 26, 2012
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