Alice Whipple, fifth-grade detective
Random House Children's Books, Apr 1, 1987 - Juvenile Fiction - 102 pages
A class assignment to write an essay on "My Future Career" leads Alice Whipple to take up art as an assistant to the eccentric and mysterious Miss Slade, a job that leads her to her true calling--that of a world-famous detective.
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CHAPTER ONE INDECISION
CHAPTER THREE A TRIP TO THE MUSEUM
CHAPTER FIVE MONDAY MORNING BLUES
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