Midnight Mystery (dotty Detective, Book 3)

Paperback | February 28, 2017

byClara Vulliamy

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The Join the Dots Detectives: Dot, Beans and McClusky are back on the case in a third, brand-new mystery!Dot and Beans can't wait for their school trip to Adventure Camp where they will do lots of exciting activities like zip-wiring, grass tobogganing and roasting marshmallows round a campfire! But once they arrive, strange things start happening. Could mean girl Laura could be up to her old tricks in a bid to win the Adventure Camp Prize.? It's up to the Join the Dots Detectives to find out!Meanwhile, TOP DOG McClusky is entered into a local dog show! Will he keep up his training while Dot's away and win the prize for handsomest pooch?

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The Join the Dots Detectives: Dot, Beans and McClusky are back on the case in a third, brand-new mystery!Dot and Beans can't wait for their school trip to Adventure Camp where they will do lots of exciting activities like zip-wiring, grass tobogganing and roasting marshmallows round a campfire! But once they arrive, strange things star...

Clara Vulliamy trained at the Ruskin School and the Royal Academy. She is the daughter of author and illustrator Shirley Hughes, and has written numerous stories for children and babies. Clara lives in Twickenham with her husband and two children, who provide inspiration for her work.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:192 pagesPublished:February 28, 2017Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0008132429

ISBN - 13:9780008132422

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'It's funny, it's mysterious and you will be puzzled for a long time.' - Aarav Mehta, age 7'This book was amazing and I really enjoyed it.' - Cassandra Butler, age 6'I liked how Dot solved the mystery.' - Ruby Laverty, age 6