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This is the second book in the Dear Mrs. Larue series about a dog named Ike Larue with a knack for mad-cap hijinx. Err, paws. Though, for Harold every day was the perfect day for solving mysteries and eating cheese. Harold the fox attends a costume birthday party for his friend Donkey. Harold steps in to save the party and the day by putting the pieces together to find the culprit of this cake caper. Baby Monkey is just the cutest little gumshoe, sitting in his giant office waiting for cases to solve.

I love, love, love that he never begins a case before stopping for a snack and how laborious an effort it is for him to put on pants. Pants are hard! Tweezer went rogue and defiled her face? He and his assistant Nelson take a trip to the art museum where they find something missing from a very famous painting. The two put their heads together to figure out what happened in this charming story about art, teamwork and a very sneaky caterpillar.

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Follow along as he confronts each of his animal friends to see which one of them nabbed those cookies! Lucky for him, Private I is on the case.

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Will Private I put two and two together and solve the problem…or is 6 next in line to be subtracted? Told you. Sam Cat and Dudley Pig are these cute and quirky animal sleuths who do cute and quirky detective things. In this collection of three stories, their capers include catching shoplifters, pearl thieves and even more shockingly: pie thieves. Sam and Dudley are often hilariously clueless and love to dress themselves in some pretty ridiculous disguises. The illustrations are half the fun.

This bilingual story is a funny, lighthearted lesson on immigration and how words sometimes mean more than one thing. This delightful series feels a little like a bookish Casper the Friendly Ghost. Then one day he meets Claire, a young girl who can actually see him! Remember when I told you that a lot of kids mystery books are a re-imagining of the Sherlock Holmes stories? In The Case of the Stolen Sixpence , the first of eight in the series, she finally gets her big break.

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Maisie is our reimagined Holmes and her sidekick Eddie is her Watson; Eddie just so happens to be a dog, but hey! He proves to be every bit as helpful. Nancy puts on her detective cap to help a classmate find a stolen item of priceless value. Little ones may recognize our stylish little sleuth from the Fancy Nancy picture books. Back in action in chapter book form, Nancy solves mysteries in a pink trench coat and a bedazzled magnifying glass. Julian and his buddies Huey and Gloria consider themselves some pretty sweet secret agents.

They have after all rescued a neighborhood dog, saved a small child from drowning… but these kids have their sights set on solving some serious crime. Even better: he finds out that the rest of the classroom pets are part of a secret society called The Academy whose charge is to keep the students of the school safe.

When Aggy the iguana goes missing, the rest of the class pets accuse Malcolm of the crime. This is a delightful mystery with some valuable lessons on acceptance and inclusion. The books are about globetrotting mouse Geronimo Stilton, a best-selling author, investigative reporter and editor for the Rodent Gazette in New Mouse City, Mouse Island. Stilton embarks on all sorts of wild adventures with his sister Thea, cousin Trap, and nephew Benjamin, keeping a diary of his travels as inspiration for his books. Start with The Lost Treasure of the Emerald Eye where Geronimo and Thea find a mysterious map that leads the pair on a hunt for treasure.

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Another Sherlock book, but with a few twists! Fun fact: A. Low is actually a husband and wife duo! So I definitely grabbed this book off a library shelf because young Lulu looks like a teeny tiny Edna Mode. You see it too, right?! She enacts all sorts of elaborate schemes to get rid of babysitter Sonia Solinsky, but Ms.

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Solinsky has a secret that may just make Lulu see the error in her ways. The Boxcar Children books were first published back in and are pretty much considered classic mystery books for kids. The series follows the four orphaned Aiden children who decide to live in an abandoned boxcar in the forest. In the first book, The Boxcar Children , the kids learn that they have a grandfather but initially run from him, believing him to be a cruel and scary old man.

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This turns out happily not to be the case, and the books that follow in the series each revolve around a mystery that the children solve together. A mystery bookstore. There are at least eight books in the series, my favorite of which is Meg Mackintosh and the Mystery in the Locked Library. Bunnicula: A Rabbit Tale of Mystery is a middle grade mystery-comedy about a fanged rabbit who might be a vampire. Sign me up! When the Monroe family finds a peculiar little bunny at a screening of Dracula , they decide to bring him home with them.

They call him Bunnicula and introduce him to pets Harold the dog and Chester the cat.

Strange things start to happen around Bunnicula, convincing Chester that this fluffy bunny guy is a vampire. He sets out to prove his theory—is Bunnicula really a bloodsucking bunny, or is it all a big misunderstanding? They soon make a startling discovery: someone has buried a box of bones behind their clubhouse! The boys set off to solve this strange and scary mystery and find themselves on an adventure beyond their wildest imaginations.

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Why is he known as Encyclopedia Brown? Because of all the random facts, figures and trivia stored in his pretty remarkable memory. Each book in the series is interactive and contains ten stories for readers to follow along and solve. As such he has observed the genius of the crime-solving mad man upstairs and has picked up a thing or two in the art of sleuthing. In Basil of Baker Street , Basil must try and solve his toughest case yet: a mousenapping hehe with seemingly zero clues to go on! Nate the Great is enjoying his morning pancakes when he gets a call from his friend Annie.

Nate throws on a very Sam Spade—ish trench coat and gets right on it. He follows clues, asks questions, makes a list of suspects—you know, all the stuff great detectives do. Start with The Sly Spy and go from there. Dink, Josh and Ruth Rose are three friends who solve mysteries in this much loved collection. Well there is! Still, Nancy remains ever the resourceful little sleuth and always cracks the case.

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