[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:

    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.

  3. 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

  4. says:

    I picked this up as I remember reading it when I was a child just learning to read and I was sentimental It was still a bit too long for my daughter to read herself and she simply wasn t interested in the book, so I read it to her It does feel a bit dated now and the illustrations are old fashioned and not as much fun as they used to feel BUT, I still feel like it wa...

  5. says:

    This short chapter book would be an easy book for young readers because each chapter goes directly along with the one before it It is a good introduction into chapter books Aunt Eater really enjoys mysteries, so when a student is reading the book, they can easily make predictions on what is going to happen next I could use this book in a classroom because it could help open the door to new genres of books Also, I really enjoyed how the pictures were either right below or right above the word This short chapter book would be an easy book for young readers because each chapter goes directly along with the one before it It is a good introduction into chapter books Aunt Eater really enjoys mysteries, so when a student is reading the book, they can easily make predictions on what is going to happen next I could u...

  6. says:

    Beginning readers will enjoy helping Aunt Eater solve the mysteries that plague her Stories include Aunt Eater Rides the Train, Aunt Eater Sees a Shadow, Aunt Eater Collects the Mail and Aunt Eater Solves a Mystery The stories are fast paced, fun...

  7. says:

    We liked this one, but not as much as Inspector Hopper The story was 4 chapters long, each of which was it s own mini mystery G might be a bit young to appreciate some of the word play and sadly, our library has on...

  8. says:

    This is another fun book in the Aunt Eater series of mysteries Aunt Eater is rather like Miss Marple, in anteater form The book has four short mysteries and all are interesting and a good challenge for beginning readers Our oldest and I would tak...

  9. says:

    This is an I Can Read Book a fabulous way of introduction young readers listeners to mysteries These stories make mysteries intriguing without making them scary for the younger guys Aunt Eater loves mystery books and so sh...

  10. says:

    We read the four stories over four days My daughter loves anteaters and found this Aunt Eater mystery book very funny It includes a great selection of basic early reader language with some fun big challenging words A good early reader set.

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