The Case of the Poached Egg
A Wilcox & Griswold Mystery
From the Series Wilcox & Griswold Mysteries
When Penny goes missing from the nest, Wilcox and Griswold are called in to track her down. Was the egg stolen by a rival for The Most Round in the Spring Egg-stravaganza? Was she used in a carrot cake or scrambled by a hungry porker? Or was she held for a hefty corn ransom? Who took Penny and can the detectives find her before trouble hatches?
|Interest Level||Kindergarten - Grade 5|
|Reading Level||Grade 2|
|Number of Pages||48|
“The short chapters, good use of white space, and plentiful illustrations make this series a great choice for newly independent readers.”—Booklist
“Eggspect plenty of ‘fowl play’ and a healthy dose of puns as another Wilcox and Griswold Mystery unfolds . . .”—Foreword Reviews
“A whodunit for newly independent readers with wordplay galore.”—Kirkus Reviews
Author: Robin Newman
Robin Newman was a practicing attorney and legal editor but she now prefers to write about witches, mice, pigs, and peacocks. She lives in New York.
Illustrator: Deborah Zemke
Deborah Zemke grew up near Detroit, Michigan. She has written and illustrated many books for young readers. She currently lives in Columbia, Missouri. Learn more about Deborah at www.deborahzemke.com.