This book tells a story with lots of famous storybook characters. It starts out as a courtroom trial and ends as a Thanksgiving story.
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Detective Charles claims Humpty Dumpty was pushed and reopens the cold case.
A court is convened, and Judge Scaglia agrees to hear the case.
Mother Goose is the prime suspect. Mother Goose says she is innocent and has been framed, but she can't account for her whereabouts at the time of the crime.
The Three Blind Mice claim to be eyewitnesses for the prosecution.
Mr. Duck comes forward and claims Mother Goose was with him that night.
Pinocchio demands to testify for the prosecution. He claims he saw the whole thing and can't tell a lie.
"It's a fishy story from the beginning," says Charles, but Moby Dick claims to know nothing. Moby Dick says it sounds like a whale of a story to him.
Caroline is in the jury, and the prosecutor is asking for Mother Goose to be sentenced to dinner with cranberry sauce and sweet potatoes.
Excerpted from "The Trial of Mother Goose"
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