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eBook Have you seen Hyacinth Macaw? ePub

by Patricia Reilly Giff

  • ISBN: 0440034671
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Patricia Reilly Giff
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Delacorte Press (1981)
  • Pages: 134
  • ePub book: 1500 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1823 kb
  • Other: lrf doc docx lit
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 539

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This first book in the series finds Abby Jones and her pal, Potsie, squeezing into windows, sneaking onto subways and slithering into empty apartments.

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Patricia Reilly Giff has written about every young, adventurous girl’s dream with this book. Mystery, intrigue, suspense all occur in this first book in the Abby Jones, Junior Detective Mystery series. This chapter book has some illustrations and shorter sentences to make it easier to read. A few spelling errors and grammatical errors, but overall a good book for elementary school children.

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Patricia Reilly Giff is the author of many beloved books for children, including the Newbery Honor books, "Lily's Crossing" and P"ictures of Hollis Woods," She lives in. .Have You Seen Hyacinth McCaw? by Patricia Reilly Giff (AR).

Patricia Reilly Giff is the author of many beloved books for children, including the Newbery Honor books, "Lily's Crossing" and P"ictures of Hollis Woods," She lives in Trumbull, Connecticut.

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Find Books With Book Wizard. When Abby hears noises coming from the empty apartment next door, she feels that she and Potsie must investigate. see all Abby Jones loves to solve mysteries and crimes. Abby Jones loves to solve mysteries and crimes. see all Abby Jones loves to solve mysteries and crimes

Abby and her friend Potsie work on several mysteries: a mysterious new neighbor, a missing person, a theft, and the unusual actions of Abby's brother.

Comments

Akir Akir
ISBN 0440434505 - There's little to dislike about this book, and much to keep young readers turning the pages.

Abby Jones doesn't like her name - it's too boring. It is likely the only thing about this girl that IS boring. Hoping to become a detective like her friend Garcia when she grows up, Abby practices by keeping her eyes open, taking notes and jumping to conclusions. When a number of mysteries crop up at once, Abby works things out with the help of her friend Potsie. There's a missing girl, someone staying in the empty apartment next door, her brother's strange behavior and the pet store robbery that Garcia is working on, all at the same time. Can the girls find Hyacinth? And will Abby's brother, Dan, end up in jail because of a girl, a broken window and a dirty birdbath?

The story, like Abby's thoughts, seems to get convoluted sometimes, but things come out right in the end. The black and white illustrations by Anthony Kramer are nice, but don't add much to the book.

- AnnaLovesBooks
Gindian Gindian
The Abby Jones mysteries are invariably fast-paced, exciting, and funny. This one, the first, has the most surprisingly adventuresome action, what with jumping onto subways and chasing people around in bare feet, breaking into apartment buildings, and climbing down onto a fire escape from a tall building's roof. All in all a huge amount of fun.
Shakataxe Shakataxe
This book is a bit scary but, if you're age 9-11 and like to read this book is for you. If you like a good mystery read this book. It's AWESOME!(...)