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The 13th Clue

The th Clue A young girl follows thirteen clues to a surprise

  • Title: The 13th Clue
  • Author: Ann Jonas
  • ISBN: 9780688097431
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A young girl follows thirteen clues to a surprise.

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      Published :2019-01-03T04:41:39+00:00

    1 thought on “The 13th Clue

    1. In this book, Jonas writes of unusual twist and turns in this visually interactive mystery. A birthday girl, ignored and disappointed, finds herself in a hunt for clues to an unknown destination. Jonas utilizes her peculiar sense of illustration of large-scale and watercolor texts - hidden among the scenery - to force the reader to analyze the images on each page in order to understand the clue, and continue the mysterious hunt.

    2. I loved this book and all the clues! Would make a great one-on-one story to try and solve the puzzle on each page.

    3. As a little girl writes in her diary about a very bad day, the lights in her attic come on, and she finds directions (a clue) to follow. Each page after that has more instructions for the girl to decipher and follow to the happy ending surprise that turns her bad day good. I thought this book was a lot of fun because the pictures were loaded with color. I was also anxious to find out the surprise that was waiting for her at the end! I think kids will enjoy the mystery in this book. I also think [...]

    4. This is a great mystery picture book because it's full of fun and mysterious clues for the main character and for the young reader. She's on a mission to turn her bad day into a good day and the clues lead her there. The clues may need to be explained further for a younger audience to be able to keep up, but for a little bit of an older crowd, this is a great picture book. It's fun and has a happy ending.

    5. For my mystery book I read The 13th Clue. A little girl discovers many different clues that end up leading her to a surprise party that her friends planned for her birthday. The book is extremely creative. The author wrote the clues into every day objects. For example they write out a clue in the clothes and the jump rope. I thought the book was really cute, but I couldn't make out or read what some of the clues were.

    6. I could imagine that this is a fun book to have in a classroom, but I would have to agree with some of the other posts that this has a somewhat level of difficulty. I feel like it is too hard for little little kids and not interesting to older little kids. However it is colorful and it makes you think so I would recommend it.

    7. Intriguing and somewhat hard to read clues are left for a young girl, leading her to a big surprise. It's a fun book to read together with children, although they might need help deciphering some of the clues. One even took me a bit to figure out! Our girls really liked this book and asked to read it again the next week at the library.

    8. Reading Rainbow: Nosey Mrs. RatMaybe she just isn't a puzzle girl, but Bea thought this was really hard. I couldn't figure out a few either!

    9. Great picturebook. Excellent uses for teaching sequence or inference and tie in with writing activity for diary entry.

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