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How Come the Best Clues Are Always in the Garbage? By Linda Bailey,

  • Title: How Come the Best Clues Are Always in the Garbage?
  • Author: Linda Bailey
  • ISBN: 9780590303880
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Paperback
  • Someone has stolen nearly a thousand dollars from the Garbage Busters, an environmental group that employs Stevie s mother Worst of all, they ve stolen it right from her house The Diamond Kulniki Detective Agency must get right to work Unfortunately, all of their super sleuthing leads Stevie and her partner Jesse right to their apartment building s garbage bin WiSomeone has stolen nearly a thousand dollars from the Garbage Busters, an environmental group that employs Stevie s mother Worst of all, they ve stolen it right from her house The Diamond Kulniki Detective Agency must get right to work Unfortunately, all of their super sleuthing leads Stevie and her partner Jesse right to their apartment building s garbage bin Will they ever be able to get through the banana peels, ketchup packs, and rotten, smelly trash to solve the crime
    How Come the Best Clues Are Always in the Garbage Someone has stolen nearly a thousand dollars from the Garbage Busters an environmental group that employs Stevie s mother Worst of all they ve stolen it right from her house The Diamond Kulniki Dete

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    1. 5 STARS For years, the Red Barn has served the best burgers in Vancouver, but when the business changes hands, the new owner decides to sell burgers in new containers The gaudy, throw away plastic packages cause a local environmental group to declare the business the worst over packager in the city Stevie s mother, employed by Garbage Busters, leads a campaign against the fast food restaurant, only to have her apartment burglarized Stevie, an avid mystery reader, is determined to find the thief [...]

    2. I can t believe these are on What a lovely trip down memory lane Good wholesome detective action, plus a taste of good ol Vancouver.

    3. I may have thought that the romance between two characters was nauseating Next Paragraph BUT that was only a part of the book When they weren t in the set the book was not that bad I knew who the culprit was almost instantly though Within the fist two chapters It was character choice that made it obvious to me But there were some good jokes in the book One in particular in the middle of the book really had me going I really laughed with one of them I do want to point out that the snooping she di [...]

    4. I was not a big reader in elementary school but I remember flying through this book Talk about a trip down memory lane.I m sad to hear that this series is no longer in print.

    5. This is the 1st book in the Stevie Diamond mystery series It is worth reading in chronological order but not necessary In 1, Stephanie Diamond is having a bored summer That is, until a thief steals money from her mom s fund Stephanie takes on the case to become Stevie Diamond, Detective Slogging through clues surrounding her Co op, Stevie must find out who is innocent and who is guilty Could it be their strange neighbour Gertie Or the moody teenage artist The mystery builds without Stevie findin [...]

    6. In this first book in the Stevie Diamond series, Stevie decides to become a detective when her mother s employer, an environmentalist non profit group, holds a fund raiser and the money disppears from her mother s kitchen table when all the doors to their home are locked She asks to be called Stevie instead of Stephanie and starts a list of suspects One of them is a schoolmate, Jesse Kulnicki, who evolved from a suspect to a partner in the detective business Their misadventures are comic, stemmi [...]

    7. When I was a kid, I always wrote to my favourite authors I remember writing to Ann M Martin when I was 10 and getting a form letter reply, but it was exciting for me anyway Then, I wrote to Linda Bailey I got thoughtful, handwritten page long reply That s why she ll always be up there as one of the best authors for children My kids are certainly going to know who Nancy Drew, Pippi Longstocking and Stevie Diamond are someday.

    8. AR Quiz No 20467 EN FictionAccelerated Reader Quiz Information IL MG BL 3.9 AR Pts 5.0Accelerated Reader Quiz Type Information AR Quiz Types RP

    9. We read this book as a class in school.I need to read it cause i have it for homework.I was left behind and i was in California for a visit

    10. I liked this book and thought it was funny I figured it out way early, but I m not 9 and I think there were enough strong red herrings to keep a kid guessing I bet my niece would like it.

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