The Case of the Kidnapped Candy

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Scholastic, Jan 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 80 pages
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The best detective in second grade is back -- and this time, he's cracking a Valentine's Day mystery! When the class's Valentine's Day candy stash disappears, it's up to Jigsaw and Mila to figure out who stole it. But there's more than one person with a sweet tooth in Ms. Gleason's classroom, so solving the mystery won't be easy. This case is no sweet treat!

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Review: The Case Of The Kidnapped Candy (Jigsaw Jones Mystery #30)

User Review  - Miguel Galang - Goodreads

SHORTY I think this was the first novel I read. Awesome book! I remember being inspired by the book that I became the school detective back then. And I feel so ridiculous. I also love Jigsaw. Not from ... Read full review

Review: The Case Of The Kidnapped Candy (Jigsaw Jones Mystery #30)

User Review  - Chrystal - Goodreads

My kindergartener is so proud to be reading chapter books now. This is a fun story. Read full review


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About the author (2007)

James Preller is the author of the popular Jigsaw Jones mystery series, which has sold over 10 million copies (of 32 titles) since 1998. "Six Innings" is his first stand-alone novel, and it grew out of his love for baseball and his experiences in Little League as a player, father, and coach.
"Those first baseball experiences are vivid times, burned into our memories," Preller says. "It's when we first learned to love the game. A time when we knew, somehow, the game loved us back."
James Preller lives in Delmar, New York. In addition to writing full-time, he coaches Little League and plays in a men's hardball league. You can visit him on the web at