Big Hairy Drama (Joey Fly, Private Eye, Book 2)

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Macmillan, Nov 23, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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A cold snap has blown into town like an unwanted house pest. But there's only one guy in the bug city with the power to put crime permanently on ice: Joey Fly, Private Eye. He's always on the lookout for trouble, and he runs into it when he meets Harry Spyderson, proprietor of the Scarab Beetle Theatre and director of the much-anticipated Bugliacci.

Greta Divawing, the four-winged, long-legged leading lady, has gone missing. Harry hires Joey Fly and his assistant, Sammy Stingtail to crack the case. Can they find Greta in time to save the show?

 

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Contents

Front Matter
5
Body
7
Back Matter
128
Back Matter
132
Back Flap
133
Back Cover
134
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About the author (2010)

Aaron Reynolds hates spiders, but he loves bugs and books. He has written several books for kids, includingChicks and Salsa. Aaron lives near Chicago with his family.

Neil Numberman is okay with flies and ladybugs, but he's deathly afraid of cockroaches. He graduated from the MFA Illustration program at the School of Visual Arts and lives in Manhattan.

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