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That part is very funny! My 4-year-old son says: The mummy was in the potty. The mummy in the bathroom is early on and not much of a spoiler.
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The kids took such delight in it I thought I had to put it in the review. This one was fun. Had a couple layers to it. Apr 13, Haylee Batzer rated it liked it. In this story, a mummy goes missing from the tomb, and it is the children's job to try and find it. I really enjoyed the detectives being children, so that the younger students can relate and maybe even imagine themselves being detectives too!
Feb 01, Madison Henson rated it liked it. It really good series.
In Wadsworth Museum for a mummy, happen missing child of the mummy in the sarcophagus as coffin in tomb, but Ruth Rose found the missing mummy in ladies's room. Thieves who stole the treasure at all, after that three of kids saws them when kids in the closet for hidden. Sep 25, Tara rated it liked it Shelves: The end of this book is the best. Nov 27, Emma rated it it was amazing. Being locked in with a mummy? This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. May 21, Jannell Trotter rated it it was amazing.
It's a perfect book for kids 7 to Aug 18, Logan rated it it was amazing. I'm 10 and I love all of these books. May 24, Doris Lucas rated it really liked it. Once they arrived, they realize that the mummy was stolen and the tomb was robbed of its treasure. This is a great fiction chapter book for students in 2nd and 3rd grade who may love mystery stories. Nov 19, Deepthi Herga rated it really liked it Shelves: My 7 - year old has finished the entire set of the A to Z mysteries including all the super editions. I started reading them because I wanted to find out how good these mysteries are and after I started, I finished the entire set myself.
This will be a common review for all the books in the set so please forgive me if you see this repeated under another book. First of all, the mystery part of the book is fairly simple for an adult, but I can see how it can keep a kid engrossed. The characters My 7 - year old has finished the entire set of the A to Z mysteries including all the super editions. The characters are playful, around the same age as my kid now, so are very relatable.
Yes, there are some characteristics which can be a little irritating, but they didn't really bother me too much as to take away from the stories. The other con is that these little kids are left unmonitored in many of their adventures I am not a helicopter parent, but it felt a little strange, especially when they are out of the country altogether.
A to Z Mysteries: The Missing Mummy
That being said, now what I loved about the stories - 1 Most of the stories are based in different cities, and sometimes different countries, so the travel perspective is amazing. We, as a family, love to travel and every time the kids in the books traveled somewhere it made the story more exciting to me as well as my kid. My kid had comments on how they went to Key West and later Washington D. C "just like us".
I would always like more female strong characters shown ofcourse: I'm sure my kids will be enjoying many more of the author's books in the future: Apr 16, Tamra rated it liked it Recommends it for: My 8-year-old loves this series. Predictable and completely lacking What can I say?
Some people read Twilight for "brain candy. This one in particular: Real crooks don't act this way. If they did, they'd all get caught. I mean, seriously, couldn't the bad guys have done stuff after hours? Why would they wait until the museum was open to act? I'll sleep soundly knowing that they're behin My 8-year-old loves this series.
I'll sleep soundly knowing that they're behind bars and not living large in Europe. I know this book isn't going for a factually accurate portrayal of mummies, but why are all 3 mummies, man woman and child, holding a crook and flail? Only Pharaohs got to hold both of those in death.
Small thing, but it seems like it shouldn't be that hard to be accurate on such matters. Apr 20, Marlee rated it liked it. I thought this book was predictable and somewhat ridiculous. However, my 6 and 9 year olds loved it. They found it exciting and also liked that it was possible to solve it. It has sparked some new interests for them. Overall, I have found all of the books in this series so far to be fun for sharing with young children. They don't notice all of the things that are far-fetched. My older child does catch some of them but they usually don't bother him enough to take away from his enjoyment of the I thought this book was predictable and somewhat ridiculous.
My older child does catch some of them but they usually don't bother him enough to take away from his enjoyment of the book. And, my children have liked the idea of a mystery for each letter of the alphabet. They've enjoyed working our way through. Feb 13, Tia rated it really liked it Shelves: I read this aloud to my 5 and 8 year old and they loved it! It's a simple mystery for an adult to figure out, but it was intriguing to see my kids work out how it happened and who was the thief! It's the first one I've read to them but would definitely be willing to read more of them.
If you're kids enjoy Magic Treehouse or Scooby Doo Mysteries, then they're sure to like this series too. We bought this from Scholastic at school, but I've attached the Amazon link for the book below: The Missing Mummy Author: A to Z Mysteries 13 Rating: M is for Mummy Apr 12, Brenda rated it it was amazing. Aside from me wondering if the subject matter was a bit too much for a small child to read, it was a great book. I could not get past the fact that the mummy was a child I mean yes it was dust by then, but at some point in time this was a child and I guess I read too many grown-up books about dead children to fully let go of that point.
That being said, this was a great book, I learned several things I didn't know and that is always a good thing. Jan 02, Shashvat rated it it was amazing. It's Mummy Monday at the museum, and the building is filled with people for the programs. A mummy is stolen and unreturned. Josh, Dink, and Ruth Rose have to retrieve the stolen mummy!
After another priceless item is stolen, the kids start to investigate the case! This is a great children's book to read. Apr 05, Reagan rated it it was amazing. Somebody stole the special jewelry on Mummy Monday! It's up to Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose to find it. Will they be able to find it on time?
Can the children find out who stole the priceless jewels? Read the book to find out! I love this book so much! This book is fantastic! You have got to read it.