The High-Rise Private Eyes #7: The Case of the Baffled Bear

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Harper Collins, Aug 10, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
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Deep in the heart of a big city...Bernard is a bike messengerwho blows his red whistle tolet people know he's coming through. But his whistle's missing. Where could it be?

This sounds like a case forthe High-Rise Private Eyes -- Case #007, to be exact.The Case of the baffled bear.

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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In this story, a bunny and a raccoon are private eyes that help a bear find a whistle he lost while riding his bike. I could see this book being a bit confusing for an early reader trying to follow ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

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.