The Trial of Cardigan Jones
Cardigan the moose was new in town. When Mrs. Brown’s fresh apple pie goes missing, witnesses come forward to place Cardigan at the scene of the crime. Finding himself on trial, Cardigan insists to judge and jury that he didn’t take the pie -- he just wanted to smell it. No one believes him. But despite his assurances, he can’t explain what happened to the pie, either . . . or can he?
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing
A picture-book for kids slightly older than the usual snuggly-bunny crowd. Clever and clear revelation of the concept of Circumstantial Evidence. My husband and teenage son got a kick out of it, too. Egan is certainly creative. Read full review
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