Who Stole the Zmulobeast?

Who Stole the Zmulobeast Who Stole the Zmulobeast is a humorous detective story for middle school aged children The story introduces the Pi in the Sky Squad a crew of mostly kid detectives comprised of a talking dog with a w

  • Title: Who Stole the Zmulobeast?
  • Author: Keith A. Owens
  • ISBN: 9781494355920
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Paperback
  • Who Stole the Zmulobeast is a humorous detective story for middle school aged children The story introduces the Pi in the Sky Squad, a crew of mostly kid detectives comprised of a talking dog with a wise cracking sense of humor, a hovering space alien from the Planet Acabagua, a rambunctious collection of exceptionally curious youngsters, and Chief, the poor adult ta Who Stole the Zmulobeast is a humorous detective story for middle school aged children The story introduces the Pi in the Sky Squad, a crew of mostly kid detectives comprised of a talking dog with a wise cracking sense of humor, a hovering space alien from the Planet Acabagua, a rambunctious collection of exceptionally curious youngsters, and Chief, the poor adult tasked with supervising this bunch In this, their first adventure, the Pi Squad must find out who stole a creature known as a Zmulobeast just as soon as they can figure out what a Zmulobeast is.

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    1. Comical tale of preteens and animals in pursuit of the mysterious Zmulobeast. Written in the quirky voice of Spike, a dog, this not-so-difficult mystery is more comedy than suspense for middle grade readers. Share this one with advanced readers.


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