[KINDLE] ✽ Aunt Eater Loves a Mystery By Doug Cushman – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk

10 thoughts on “Aunt Eater Loves a Mystery

  1. says:

    A good book to introduce beginning readers to the mystery genre Several simple, short mysteries No violence or anything truly scary.

  2. says:

    Just as good as I remember This was one of my favorite books as a kid, I even got banned from borrowing it from my elementary library because I checked it out so much lol I m pretty sure this is what started my love for mysteries Richard

  3. says:

    This was one of the first books I read on my own and one of my childhood favorites I met Doug Cushman as a little girl and my well loved copy of this sweet little book is autographed by him He was the first author I ever met and I will never forget the experience.

  4. says:

    My granddaughter was so excited to be able to follow the clues and solve the mysteries She instantly became a mystery lover A great introduction to the genre.

  5. says:

    Another book from the random box I bought on eBay I mostly got a kick out of this because I used to tease my nephew when we went to the zoo about being afraid the anteaters were going to eat me When he was little, he tried to reassure me and patiently explain the difference between ant and aunt When he got a bit older, he just rolled his eyes and ignored me.This book has four little chapters, each containing a story that follows up on the last one, but could be read as a stand alone I rememb Another book from the random box I bought on eBay I mostly got a kick out of this because I used to tease my nephew when we went to the zoo about being afraid the anteaters were going to eat me When he was little, he tried to reassure me and patiently explain the difference between ant and aunt When he got a bit older, he just rolled his eyes and ignored me.This book has four little chapters, each containing a story that follows up on the last one, but could be read as a stand alone I remember my niece being very proud of reading books with chapters on her own when she was a beginning reader, so I can see the appeal They also provide good stopping points for a quick bedtime story The premise is that Aunt Eater the anteater loves reading mysteries, and encounters a little mystery in each chapter, or at least a conflict to resolve that she perceives as a mystery I can t say I found the stories especially engaging, but they were unique

  6. says:

    This small book contains four small mystery stories, it is a great book for children starting to read the mystery genre Aunt Eater loves to read and solve mysteries, as I was reading the book I felt the love and dedication that she has for reading and discovering mysteries I felt as if I was a real detective as Aunt Eater says I need to look for clues

  7. says:

    Aunt Eater the anteater loves a mystery, and takes a mystery book everywhere she goes She also thinks everything that happens is a mysterious adventure Aunt Eater thought her misplaced suitcase was stolen, and a mystery, a shadow on the wall was a mystery that needing solving, and a note left in her mailbox was a mystery, and finally her neighbor s missing cat was worthy of a mystery.

  8. says:

    Reading this caused a strange sense of deja vu, as I m very sure I ve read it before, but have no idea of the context, and it is not one we own It must have come home from a childhood library back in the day

  9. says:

    Logan My favorite story was Aunt Easter a Rides the Train It was very funny.

  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here megan summer reading 2017, childrens book, leveled reader, easy reader, I can read level 2, mystery, short stories, second grade, third grade

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