The High-Rise Private Eyes #6: The Case of the Fidgety Fox

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Harper Collins, Apr 15, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 56 pages

Deep in the heart of a big city ...

Melvin's lucky fluffy dice are missing. Without them, he can't drive his bus. How will his passengers get around town? Who need so much extra luck?

This sounds like a case for the High-Rise Private Eyes -- Case #006, to be exact, the case of the fidgety fox.

Because no mystery is too mysterious, no puzzle too puzzling, no crime too criminal, no trouble too troubling for ace detectives and very best friends Bunny Brown and Jack Jones.

 

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Illustrations: acrylic, gouache, and pencil. This book is about animals solving a mystery. The fluffy dice of Melvin the bus driver turn up missing and Bunny and Jack, two animal detectives ... Read full review

THE CASE OF THE FIDGETY FOX: The High-Rise Private Eyes #6

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Once again, Rylant and Karas (The Case of the Sleepy Sloth, 2002, etc.) demonstrate why they are a cut above the rest when it comes to beginning readers: their verbal and visual sophistication is ever ... Read full review

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Cynthia Rylant's gift for conveying the enchantment and beauty to be found in everyday life is seen in such award-winning books as Missing May, winner of the Newbery Medal; A Fine White Dust, a Newbery Honor Book; and The Relatives Came and When I Was Young in the Mountains, both Caldecott Honor Books.

Books she's written and illustrated include the much-beloved Dog Heaven and Cat Heaven.

Cynthia Rylant grew up in West Virginia. She now lives in the Pacific Northwest.

G. Brian Karas has written and illustrated several award-winning children's books, including On Earth and Home on the Bayou: A Cowboy's Story, a Boston Globe–Horn Book Honor Book. The picture books he has illustrated include Are You Going to Be Good?, a New York Times Best Illustrated Book written by Cari Best. Mr. Karas lives in Rhinebeck, New York.

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