Goofballs #4: The Mysterious Talent Show Mystery

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Egmont USA, Feb 26, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 112 pages
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Fans of Dav Pilkey's The Adventures of Ook and Glook and Patricia Reilly Giff's ZigZag Kids will flock to this chapter-book mystery series full of slapstick humor and silly situations by the wildly popular Tony Abbott, author of the Secrets of Droon series.

The Badger Point School is holding a talent show, and the Goofballs - sleuths Jeff Bunter, Mara Lubin, Kelly Smitts, and Brian Rooney - are set to be its stars. That is if the show even happens, with problems and mysteries at every turn. 

A giant pink tuba goes missing, the costumes are all the wrong size, and the talent show's director disappears before the cast's eyes. Good thing that the Goofballs are expert detectives. 

Funny, punny, and full of fun, this latest case in the Goofballs series will be eagerly devoured by old and new fans, alike.
 

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Contents

Something Goofy
The Mystery of the Missing Talent
Things Start to Happen
Crimes All Over the Place
The Big Costume Mixup
Under the Stage
A Perfectly Goofy Disguise
The Guilty Party
Copyright

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About the author (2013)

Tony Abbott was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and lived in a small house on top of a hill. There were tons of books in every room (because both of his parents were teachers) and he would say that these books were his first introduction to the world of literature.

He has been a bookseller, a publisher, and a library clerk, but it was only when he began reading bed­time stories to his daughters that the spark of writ­ing finally turned to children's books. Since then, Tony has authored over 85 books for younger read­ers. He is currently a member of the Society of Chil­dren's Book Writers and Illustrators, the Yale Center for British Art, and the Creative Writing MFA faculty at Lesley University. He presents writ­ing workshops and seminars to children and adults nationwide. He lives in Trumbull, Connecticut, with his wife and two daughters.

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