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When fourth-grade private eye Chet Gecko is called to catch someone who is stealing food from the school cafeteria, he finds himself framed for the crime.
Posted October 22, 2008
Someone is stealing food from the school cafeteria! Who could it be?<BR/>Chet Gecko, a forth grader, along with his friend, Natalie, are fourth grade detectives. Chet and Natalie are detective partners in solving mysteries in their school. Chet has bad luck and almost nothing goes right for him. He always gets bullied. Ms. Barrong, a lunch lady, told Chet to find out who was stealing food from the cafeteria. One day, my friends were over my house for my birthday and my took my PSP and hid it when my friends and I were down stairs eating, but she gave it back when my friends left. I¿m not telling the ending, so read on to find out. I recommend this book because it makes you really want to read on. It is a very good book and keeps you on the tip of your toes.<BR/><BR/>Jonathan P.
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Posted April 8, 2005
In Farewell,My Lunchbag,a 4th grade gecko named Chet is asked to solve a mystery. There is food disapering from the cafeteria!Everybody thinks it's Chet but he pleads innocent. Actually, it turns out to not be Chet, but you'll have to read the book to find the rest. If you like a mystery mixed with humor, read Farewell, My Lunchbag.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 10, 2005
Farewell My Lunchbag is definately great for little kids. However, me, not really a little kid (I think)found it boring. Hale's humorous style of writing is pleasant at first but quickly becomes annoying. I wasn't crazy about the other Chet Gecko books so the only reason I chose to read Farewell My Lunchbag is because it is the only book I haven't read ever written (kidding!). The book would have been better if Chet wasn't an in-school detective because I imagine no human (gecko, whatever!) would be stupid enough to try and solve a hard case when you have an education on your mind. School also interferes with the story because there are some in-class parts that are seriously unnessessary to the plot. If you are little kid you will love Chet Gecko, but if you are 12 or older, you will find it annoying.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 5, 2003
Posted November 24, 2008
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