Aunt Eater Loves a Mystery

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Harper Collins, Mar 9, 1989 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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CenterFour Aunt Eater Mysteries!

A stolen traveling bag . . . A mysterious black shadow on the wall . . . A thief next door . . . A disappearing cat . . . Don't worry, Aunt Eater is on the case.


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Review: Aunt Eater Loves a Mystery (Aunt Eater)

User Review  - Rosa Cline - Goodreads

This is an I Can Read Book... a fabulous way of introduction young readers-listeners to mysteries. These stories make mysteries intriguing without making them scary for the younger guys. Aunt Eater ... Read full review

Review: Aunt Eater Loves a Mystery (Aunt Eater)

User Review  - Sarah Adamson - Goodreads

We read the four stories over four days. My daughter loves anteaters and found this Aunt Eater mystery book very funny. It includes a great selection of basic early reader language with some fun big challenging words. A good early reader set. Read full review


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About the author (1989)

Doug Cushman is the creator of many favorite mystery stories for young readers featuring such memorable heroes as the intrepid Aunt Eater, the grasshopper gumshoe Inspector Hopper, and the ace reporter Dirk Bones. He has also illustrated many books written by other authors, including Jack Prelutsky's What a Day It Was at School! He lives in Paris, France.

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