The Case of the Buried Bones (Milo & Jazz Mysteries)

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It was the day that they were going to unbury the time capsule. But when they did, all they found was a skeleton! Then, a very old lady came up and said that the skeleton’s name was Herman – it was only a school skeleton, and it was stolen seventy-five years ago. The old lady told them about an old school prankster, and found a note in the skeleton’s mouth, challenging everyone to find the time capsule. Gordy, the school prankster now, said that the person who wrote the poem was his great-great-grandfather. He said he knew where the time capsule was hidden, so he went away on his scooter. Everyone ran after him. When Milo and Jazz got there, they saw a lot of people trying to find the time capsule in their yard, but Gordy’s mom didn’t like people in her nice clean yard. Milo and Jazz tried to figure it out. They talk about some stuff and Gordy hears them so now they have a race to see who will find the people who know about it first.

I like this book a lot because it just, well, whenever you thought something was going to be scary it turned out to be pretty funny. I want to go back and read the other books in this series!

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Author Lewis B. Montgomery, Amy Wummer, illustrator
Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 112 pages
Publisher The Kane Press
Publish Date 4/1/2014
ISBN 9781575656410
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Issue May 2014
Category Early Reader


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