By Stan Berenstain, Jan Berenstain
Stan and Jan Berenstain invite readers to assist resolve a secret during this loved newbie e-book. whilst a dinosaur bone is going lacking from the endure Museum, it’s as much as the Berenstain Bears to assist crack the case. From the mum Room to the corridor of well-known Bears, the detectives search each attainable hiding position. Can Brother and Sister undergo locate the perpetrator in time for the museum’s grand beginning?
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Ny, and at the same time in Canada through Random apartment of Canada constrained, Toronto. www. randomhouse. com/kids Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication facts Berenstain, Stanley. The Berenstain Bears and the lacking dinosaur bone. precis: the 3 undergo Detectives look for a dinosaur bone that's lacking from the undergo Museum. [1. secret and detective tales. 2. Bears—Fiction. three. tales in rhyme. ] I. Berenstain, Jan, joint writer. II. name. PZ8. three. B4493Bg [E] 79-3458 eISBN: 978-0-375-98316-0 v3. 1 identify web page Copyright First web page Bears lining up open air the door. Dr. undergo, within, pacing the ground. What’s unsuitable in there? What’s up? What’s up? ask yourself 3 little bears and one little domestic dog. A dinosaur bone is lacking in there! “Somebody took it! ” acknowledged Dr. endure. “Who took that bone? Who took it? the place? ” 3 little bears and their hound puppy, Snuff, come inside of with their detective stuff. There’s no case too not easy, no case too tricky, for the undergo Detectives and their hound puppy, Snuff! the hunt starts off! And none too quickly. The endure Museum opens at midday. they're going to seek where. each cranny and corner. Will they locate the bone? Will they locate the criminal? a dismal, darkish room. A mummy’s tomb! Is that the thief? That spooky face? No. That’s the museum’s mummy case. 11 fifteen. Time grows brief. Now, the place might one conceal a bone of that kind? it can be there, within that vase. The bone thief’s ideal hiding position! “You can glance in that necessary vase if you happen to needs to. ” “There’s not anything in there yet a few useful dirt. ” no longer a lot time left. simply part an hour! The undergo Detectives seek the tower. There he's! The thief! And the bone he stole! flawed back. That’s an Indian totem pole. It’s getting past due yet nonetheless they appear. And nonetheless no bone, and nonetheless no criminal. “Say … possibly bone thieves paintings in packs. 3 thieves! With a sword, and a gun, and an ax! ” incorrect back! It’s the museum’s recognized statues of wax! they'd higher locate that leg bone quickly. There’s only one minute left until midday! with out extra time to go looking and glance, they comprehend they won't trap that criminal. They failed! this example is far too demanding. … Wait! … What’s that in the market within the backyard? That lump of flooring— that bone-shaped mound! The lacking bone! It’s chanced on! It’s stumbled on! With hound puppy paw prints throughout. THE CASE IS SOLVED! No job’s too not easy, no case too tricky, for the endure Detectives … and that bone thief, Snuff.