Tells the story of how Alf's practical joke turned into a problem involving the police.
Children's LiteratureArf finds himself challenged by his older sister to create an interesting project to fill time on his spring break from school. Arf conjures up a sneaky plan, and with help from his sisters and dog he plants his trap. While the trio lays in wait for their first victim, they unwittingly witness a crime. Follow Arf through this tangled web of tricks and practical jokes as he and his sister are accused of a crime and help to solve the mystery, all before lunchtime. This graphic novel from the "Graphix Trax" series is formatted in a comic book style, increasing interest for middle readers. Written at an approximately third grade readability level, the book grabs the interest of third through sixth grade readers. This text is also included on the Accelerated Reader list, allowing your child/student to test his reading and comprehension skills while enjoying the engaging and funny text. The story of Arf and his practical jokes can be enjoyed by struggling readers in higher grades, as well. 2006, Stone Arch, Ages 9 up.
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