Goofballs #1: The Crazy Case of Missing Thunder
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.
Jeff, Brian, Mara, and Kelly are self-proclaimed goofballs. Since first grade these friends have been solving mystery among their schoolmates etc and now their reputation is expanding.
Rich kid Randall Crandall's horse, Thunder, goes missing and he calls upon the Goofballs to find him. Deciphering the clues that range from a flower delivery truck, a thunderstorm and a horse who's afraid of thunder, leads the Goofballs to recover missing Thunder, the flower-loving horse. In the meantime, they follow a trail of chomped-up flowers, disguise themselves as bushes in a florist shop and spend some time in a house that's bigger than the White House.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The First Clue
g The Sound of Thunder
The Totally Incredible Solution
Badger Point barking big green glasses bigger bike Bookman laughed bow tie boys Brian asked Brian Rooney butler carrot stick cheddar crackers Cheese Cheeks clue clueless Crust dirt ﬁﬁﬁ find Thunder flower truck Four big plants frowned Goof Goofball pizza Goofball private eye goofy He’s help the Goofballs hill hungry Incredible Pizza Disaster Jeff Bunter Jeff’s Joey and Billy Joey Myers Joey’s mother jumped Kelly and Mara Kelly Smitts Kelly’s library garden looked Luigi the pizza Mara Lubin Mara sighed Missing Thunder original Goofball pants peanut butter Petals and Buds Picksniff pineapple pirate eyeballs pizza maker Pizza Palace plastic cup power walking pretty Randall’s Rich scruffy skateboard smell smile sneeze socks someone Sparky staring stop stuck suspicious There’s thing Thunder afraid Thunderstorm this morning trailer truck door tulips voice We’ll we’re What’s whispered Wilson’s house Woodview Avenue yelled Randall Crandall