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eBook Spying on Dracula (Sam: Dog Detective) ePub

by Mary Labatt

  • ISBN: 1550746340
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Mary Labatt
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kids Can Press (September 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 120
  • ePub book: 1283 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1283 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 269

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Spying on Dracula book.

Spying on Dracula book. With Sam: Dog Detective as their fearless leader, the girls snoop their way into trouble, but quick thinking and swift action Jennie Levinsky has an amazing secret - and only her best friend, Beth, knows about it. Jennie can "hear" what her neighbor's sheepdog, Sam, is thinking! And what Sam is usually thinking is how to find fame and fortune as a world-famous detective. With Sam: Dog Detective as their fearless leader, the girls snoop their way into trouble, but quick thinking and swift action always lead them to safety.

Sam: Dog Detective is convinced that the creepiest house in town must be the home of Dracula! . Part of the Sam: Dog Detective Series).

Part of the Sam: Dog Detective Series).

Spying on Dracula (Sam: Dog Detective). Grade 2-5-In this eighth book about the dog detective, Sam is looking forward to getting candy treats and hopes that this will be the scariest Halloween ever. Secret of Sagawa Lake, The (Sam: Dog Detective). She continues to communicate telepathically with 10-year-old Jennie, who keeps her supplied with people food. After Jennie's friend Beth finds a local legend about ghouls at the library, the trio starts noticing unusual things happening at the Catherbys' house down the street.

by. Labatt, Mary, 1944-. Mystery and detective stories, Fiction, Juvenile Fiction, Children's Books/Ages 4-8 Fiction, Children: Grades 2-3, Mysteries, Espionage, & Detective Stories, Juvenile Fiction, Animals, Dogs, Dogs, Sam (Fictitious character : Labatt), Vampires, Detective and mystery stories, Sami (Personnage fictif : Labatt), Chiens, Roman policier.

1999) (A book in the SAM: Dog Detective series) A novel by Mary Labatt. Genre: Children's Fiction. Used availability for Mary Labatt's Spying On Dracula. September 1999 : Canada Hardback. Science Fiction Fantasy Horror Urban Fantasy Paranormal Romance Young Adult Fantasy.

She is the author of the Dog Detective Sam mystery series, the Sam and Friends graphic mystery novels, the Puppy Sam level one early readers and a novel called A Puppy is for Loving. With all these dog books you can guess what Mary does on her Clear Creek, Ontario farm. She breeds and raises Rough Collies and Welsh Springer Spaniels. In the picture you can see Mary with two of her collie mothers, Annabel and Chloe. From School Library Journal: Grade 3-5-A series featuring a mystery-solving sheepdog.

I have made a fan-club studio for all fans of the Sam Dog Detective books

I have made a fan-club studio for all fans of the Sam Dog Detective books. There are only 8 books in the series. Sadly, I doubt that the author, Mary Labatt, is going to write more of them. Titles in the series include: Spying on Dracula The Ghost of Captain Briggs Strange Neighbors Aliens in Woodford A Weekend at the Grand Hotel The Secret of Sagawa Lake The Mummy Lives! One Terrible Halloween. These are all great books that I have read multiple times.

No ordinary dog, Sam is a detective with a nose for sniffing out a mystery even in a small town as uneventful as Woodford. No ordinary girl, Jennie has a special connection with this dog - Jennie can read Sam's thoughts. After Jennie and her friend Beth show Sam the creepiest house in town, the dog detective is on the case. The weird owner of the house, McIver, must be ? Dracula. In the first book in the Sam and Friends Mystery graphic novel series, Dracula Madness, Jennie meets Samantha, the sheepdog belonging to her new next-door neighbors. No ordinary dog, Sam is a detective with a nose for sniffing out a mystery even in a small town as uneventful as Woodford.

Sam: Dog Detective is convinced that the creepiest house in town must be the home of Dracula!