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Pipsie, Nature Detective: The Disappearing Caterpillar (Pipsie, Nature Detective Series) | Hardcover

by Rick DeDonato (Author), Tracy Bishop (Illustrator)


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Binding:  Hardcover
Publisher:  Two Lions
Page Count:  40 Pages
Publication Date:  March 31, 2015
Sales Rank:  40943rd


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Pipsie loves everything wild—from dragonflies to oceans to tall, tall trees. She also loves solving mysteries. That’s why she’s a nature detective! When she and her turtle, Alfred, notice that their new friend, Frannie the caterpillar, has vanished, Pipsie is on the case. She grabs her magnifying glass, goes to her tree-house headquarters, and begins to search for clues. It’s time to make this mystery history!Bursting with personality, this engaging story introduces a spunky new girl detective, a scooter-driving turtle who loves to eat, and a string of simple scientific clues that will keep kids turning the pages until the mystery is solved. Two pages of nature fun facts at the end of the story offer even more information for young nature detectives.

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