5 edition of What"s a Serious Detective Like Me Doing in Such a Silly Movie? (A Stevie Diamond Mystery) found in the catalog.
March 1, 2003
by Kids Can Press, Ltd.
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||192|
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Book report on a girl named Stevie on a 'bad luck' movie where she is trying to solve a mystery. In this Stevie Diamond Mystery, when the year-old detective is given the opportunity to be an extra in a local film, she jumps at the chance.
On set, Stevie and her detecting partner, Jesse, discover that a rash of accidents has the cast and crew believing the production is cursed/5. What's a Serious Detective Like Me Doing in Such a Silly Movie.
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5/5(1). Over the course of 13 novels, Walter Mosley's hard-boiled detective stories have kept readers coming back to ss Los Angeles to solve crimes alongside the Author: Sadie Trombetta. In this Stevie Diamond Mystery, when the year-old detective is given the opportunity to be an extra in a local film, she jumps at the chance.
On set, Stevie and her detecting partner, Jesse, discover that a rash of accidents has the cast and crew believing the production is cursed. What's a serious detective like me doing in such a silly movie. Toronto, ON ; Tonawanda, NY: Kids Can Press,© (OCoLC) Material Type: Elementary and junior high school, Fiction: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Linda Bailey.
Get this from a library. What's a serious detective like me doing in such a silly movie?. [Linda Bailey] -- To see her name in lights, Stevie jumps at the chance to be an extra in a local film.
Title: What's a Serious Detective Like Me Doing in Such a Silly Movie. Author(s): Linda Bailey ISBN: / (Canada edition) Publisher: Kids Can Press Availability: Amazon Amazon UK Amazon CA Amazon AU. 15 Best Mystery Book Series For Adults.
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I think one of the main reasons is that such books must, above all things, have a definite plot. Modern literature is full of plays and films that end nowhere; novels and short stories that leave the playgoer or the reader suspended in mid-air, forced either to impotent irritation or else to having to.
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These are not merely catchy sayings. Even though some sources may identify a phrase as a catchphrase, this list is for those that meet the definition given in the lead section of the catchphrase article and are. The fifth book in the best-selling Stevie Diamond Mystery series, What's a Daring Detective Like Me Doing in the Doghouse?
stars a pair of true-to-life kids who solve mysteries on their own. Stevie and Jessie find a lost dog in Vancouver and accidentally dye it green.Warning though: both of her books left me feeling kind of moody, because I was so captivated by the plot. I know that sounds like a "bad-good" thing, (My biggest flaw is that I'm such a perfectionist and I put too much effort in everything I do!), but it's not.A quick caveat: there are thousands of interesting questions to get to know someone, but I’ve found that the below questions (pulled from games like Table Topics, shows like Inside the Actor’s Studio, and from my own brain) are unique or interesting enough to force a person to think.
If they’ve been asked the same question a thousand.